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Fast FactsAverage Rating: 4.4Average Depth: 105 ft.Max Depth: 110 ft.Features: 10,11,13
The Grey Ghost lies over 20 miles from the St. Andrews jetties and is more popular with fishermen than with dive charter boats. However, since the Panama City Marine Institute's Artificial Reef Program deployed the wreck on the edge of a natural limestone reef, it has a large amount of marine life and is a favorite spot for underwater photographers.
The Grey Ghost was 105 feet in length with a 20-foot beam. The ex-Navy tug was sunk as an artificial reef on July 12, 1978. The steel hull and superstructure are mostly intact. The engine has fallen through the rear cabin area and now lies next to the hull. The wheelhouse is a great spot for photography. The tug lies on its port side in 108 feet of water. Because of its popularity with fishermen, there is lots of monofilament. Divers must have a knife and proceed cautiously. Visibility is 20-50 feet.
Waypoint: GGHOST Latitude Longitude Degrees 30.0468333333333 -86.0921666666667 Degrees/Minutes Degrees/Minutes/Seconds
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