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  • Atlantis Road
    The Atlantis Road, or Bimini Road, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Bimini because of the mystery surrounding the site.
  • Budweiser Bar
    This 167 foot long coastal freighter was built in 1965 and was used to transport dry goods to the Bahamas and Haiti. She was sunk in 1987 in 95 feet of water.
  • Empire Gem
    The Empire Gem, sunk by a U-Boat in 1942, rests in 160 feet of water and rises 30 feet off the bottom. This is a dive for experienced, advanced, wreck divers.
  • Airplane Wreck #1
    This "wreck" of a small plane in the shallow waters off CocoCay is now a fish haven and popular snorkel spot.
  • Papoose
    On the night of March 18, 1942, the Papoose was returning to Corpus Christi when she was struck on her port side by a Torpedo. The ship capsized and sank to the bottom at about 120 feet 30 miles southeast of Morehead City. Today, the ship rests upside dow
  • Mohawk Chief / Sand Dollar Artificial Reef
    Okaloosa County and the cities of Destin and Valparaiso teamed up to create the Artificial Reef Complex. At the center is the tugboat, Mohawk Chief.
  • Capt. Dan Wreck
    The Capt. Dan was a Coast Guard buoy tender named Hollyhock. The ship was sunk in memorial for Capt Dan Garnsey in 1990.
  • Davis Ledge
    If you are looking for the excitement of coming face to face with a nurse shark (or Buddha!), Davis Ledge is a site that almost guarantees this occurrence.
  • Blackmar's Reef
    Blackmar's Reef is a natural reef area that has been enhanced with five shipwrecks and two airplanes. The ships and reefs house a variety of marine life. The planes are intact and make great pictures.
  • Christ of the Abyss
    Christ of the Abyss is a 8 1/2 foot, 4,000 pound bronze sculpture of Jesus Christ that stands in 25 feet of water off of Key Largo, Florida.
  • Joe's Tug
    This tugboat, which sank under mysterious circumstances, sits upright in just 65 feet of water and brings you close to Jewfish, spotted morays, barracuda, and horse eye jacks.
  • Adolphus Busch
    The Adolphus Busch was intentionally sunk in 1998 to create an artificial reef system. She sits intact and upright in 100-feet of water.
  • Army Tank #1
    One of two M60 Army Tanks placed in 48 feet of water in June of 1994 just off Miami Beach.
  • Advance II
    The Advance II lies about eight nautical miles out from the Oregon Inlet sea buoy. The 185-foot ship lies on a sandy bottom at 80 feet. This dive spot is a popular training and certification dive with Nags Head dive operators.
  • Black Hole
    Black Hole is a drowned sinkhole 65 feet below the surface of the ocean. The entrance is nearly 100 feet in diameter and the limestone shaft plunges to depths of 224 feet.
  • Black Bart
    This artificial reef is a great site for wreck training and photography. There is a lot of superstructure to explore and plenty of fish to observe.
  • Navy Dive Tender YDT-14
    The Navy Dive Tender YDT-14, a 132' steel ship, was scuttled on April 1, 2000, approximately 18 miles SE of Pensacola Pass, Escambia County, Florida.
  • Sheridan
    The Sheridan is one of the most popular wrecks in the Pinellas #2 Artificial Reef Site. The tug is upright and all sections can be explored. Great site to spot Goliath Grouper.
  • Gilbert Sea
    The ship was seized as part of Operation Riverwalk and is now part of Governor's Riverwalk Reef. The wreck lies in 90 feet of water.
  • Hyde
    In May of 1988, the 215-foot Hyde was deployed by the NC Department of Marine Fisheries in AR-386 located about 15 miles off Wrightsville Beach.
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