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Wreck Dives: Deep Freeze

Deep Freeze Wreck Miami

Located in 135 feet of water at the Pflueger Artificial Reef site – south of Haulover Islet – this 210 foot freighter is good shape.

The wreck is easily penetrated.

Deep Freeze Wreck Miami Wiki

The Deep Freeze was built in 1958 by J.J. Sietas Schiffswerft, in Hamburg.

Deep Freeze Wreck Miami

courtesy of Shipwreckexpo

She was originally named Marie Horn and renamed in 1969 when she was sold. This diesel engine refrigerator freighter was owned by Trans Caribbean Lines of Monrovia and managed by Trans Caribbean Agencies of Miami.

The Deep Freeze was 231 feet long, had a 33.5 foot beam and displaced 1,138 gross tons.

Lloyd’s of London reports that she burnt off of Port Limon on July 1, 1972, and she was subsequently dismantled.

She now rests in 135 feet of water with her top deck reachable at 100 feet. (Read more at Shipwreckexpo)

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