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Fast FactsAverage Rating: 3.8333Average Depth: 10 ft.Max Depth: 20 ft.Features: 13,15,20
Located in the South Beach Artificial Reef Site, approximately 150 yards southeast of the Second Street lifeguard station on Miami Beach, this 22-ton concrete margarita bar was sunk on May 5th, 2000 during Ocean Realm Splash, nicknamed 'Sinko De Mayo.' Designed with a dive flag roof, six bar stools and a protective wall of tetrahedrons (pyramid-shaped concrete forms), the structure was intended to be the first element of the South Beach Underwater Trail.
According to Brian Flynn, special projects manager of Miami-Dade's Department of Enviromental Resources Management, a mooring buoy will be attached to an anchor near the bar during the first quarter of 2006.
The bar will be featured, along with the Atlantis Reef Project, during the first Ocean Realm Conference on Underwater ART (Artificial Reefs and Tourism) planned for May 5th, 2006 at Nikki Beach.
Waypoint: CUERVO Latitude Longitude Degrees 25.7688666666667 -80.1282 Degrees/Minutes Degrees/Minutes/Seconds
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