This 101-foot former New York harbor boat now lies in 75 feet of water and rises 30 feet off the sea floor. If you are an experenced scuba diver, the pilothouse and cargo hold can be penetrated.
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Lying in 75 feet of water and rising 30 feet off the bottom, this 101 foot wreck is more for the advanced diver.
This ship was sunk in June of 1998 as part of the Broward County Artificial Reef Program.
Originally a New York harbor boat, the 101 foot vessel lies in about 75 feet of water.
Anemones, sponges and soft corals have populated the railings and decks and the pilothouse and cargo hold can be accessed by advanced SCUBA divers or certified wreck divers. (via Adiscuba)