Tampa / St. Petersburg Dive Spots
65 - 80 ft.
This popular wreck was scuttled after a collision with a freighter in the Tampa port channel. A large amount of marine life frequents the wreck.
70 - 80 ft.
This old shrimper was once used to smuggle marijuana. Gunsmoke sank in 1977 and lies in 80 feet of water about 20 miles offshore.
40 - 46 ft.
This artificial reef was started more than 30 years ago and has developed extensive marine life. It includes a barge and two World War II Navy Landing Ships.
50 - 80 ft.
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.
30 - 45 ft.
This artificial reef site was developed in 2001-2003 and consists of tons of concrete rubble piles and a 100-year-old tug named Orange. The site is well-marked with buoys and home to large amounts of fish.
30 - 35 ft.
St. Pete Beach Reef is the most southern artificial reef location in Pinellas County. The reef was begun with bridge sections in 1976, a barge in 1984, and ten tanks were added in 1995.
40 - 45 ft.
The Tug Orange is the highlight of the South County Artificial Reef. This 100-year-old tug was sunk in 2003 and is home to a variety of game fish.