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Destin Sites

Thomas Heyward Liberty Ship The Thomas Heyward Liberty ship rests in approximately 90ft of water and is one of the most popular dive and fishing sites.  With just her hull and a few bulkheads remaining you can swim inside the entire ship.  One of our best spearfishing sites!  Expect to see Almaco Jacks, Amber Jacks, Mangrove Snappe... Find Out More

M/V Janet Tug Janet sits in 100 feet of water with the top of the structure at about 75 feet.  12 miles out of the Destin pass facing facing south.  Home to many fish species you will often see Amber Jack, Red Snapper, Almaco Jacks, many small reef fish and a goliath grouper. Find Out More

Eglin LCM The Eglin LCM, also known as LCM-8 and the Eglin Landing Craft,  is a 74' Landing Craft sunk on November 29, 2000 about 10 1/2 miles southeast of the Destin East Pass. It is approximately 600 feet north of the Tug Janet and is sitting upright at around 90' deep with mainly a sandy bottom surrounding it. Th... Find Out More

Miss Louise Miss Louise was a push tug sunk as an artificial reef in 1997. Storms have flattened some of the upper works, but there is still plenty of structure left for divers to explore. Resting upright on a sandy bottom, the wreck is in around 60 feet of water, perfect for novice and intermediate divers. Find Out More

USAF Big Dawg (PL-94-9301) The Big Dawg supported the Air Force Parachute Water Survival School located at NAS Pensacola, FL. Students could disembark from the stern for one-person life raft training and be dropped and dragged from the stern during parasail training. The "PL" in the hull number stands for "parasail launc... Find Out More

Courageous MV Courageos was origially built in Amal, Sweden, in 1956.  She launched under the name MV Homborsund and operated under a Norwegian flag.  She changed names a few times and was even seized once by U.S. Authorities for smuggling.  Ultimately she was aquired by the US Air Force for demonstration of a new ... Find Out More

Hopper Barge The Frangista Barge, also known as the "Hopper Barge" and the "Walton Barge",  is a 195’ long hopper barge located about 9 miles east of the Destin East Pass. It was sunk on June 30, 1999 along with 100 tons of steel ballast. It is sitting upright on a sandy bottom in 80 ft of water,... Find Out More

The Phoenix Barge The Phoenix Barge, also know as the "Lost Barge", is a approximately 80' x 40' steel barge laying in 75' of water about 7 miles south east of the Destin East Pass. Sunk on January 1, 1998, it lays in a north to south direction and shows good relief of 5-10' on your bottom machine. Routinely ho... Find Out More

Anniversary Reef A natural rock complex about 12 miles east of Destin in 80+ feet of water. It is about  4 1/2 miles offshore of San Destin. Find Out More

Eglin Barge The Eglin Barge is a 100' steel barge sunk in December of 1977 in 68' of water only 2 miles from the Destin East pass. Popular site for divers and fisherman. Good for flounder in November-January time frame.   Find Out More

Angelina 65 foot Tug Boat in 135 ft of water approximately 30 ft of relief. Find Out More

Belize Queen 85 ft Tug Boat sitting at 115 ft, approximately 30ft of relief. Find Out More

Chepanoc Sitting in the center of the Starfish Reef Complex is the Chepanoc tugboat, 129' long, sunk December 1, 2005 in 107' of water.  Approximately 30 ft of relief. Find Out More

Deborah 135' tug boat  aka Okaloosa Spey Reef, sitting at approximately 130 fsw.   Find Out More

Mohawk Chief 93' tug boat; aka Sand Dollar complex # 7, sunk June 23, 2003 in 124 fsw Find Out More

Pensacola Sites

Ocean Wind Tug Experience Level: Open Water   Inshore Dive Built in 1952, “Ocean Wind” was a ship docking assist tug, largely in the Pensacola area, until its retirement. “It was actually the tugboat that towed out many of our existing artificial reefs into the Escambia County artificial reef inventory. ... Find Out More

Three Coal Barges Experience Level: Open Water Inshore Dive Find Out More

3 Mile Bridge Rubble Site 5 Experience Level: Open Water Just 8.9 Miles southeast of the Pensacola pass is one of the area's newest artificial reef sites.  This site and a few others are a result of the demolition and re-purposing of the bridge material. Max Depth is 93 feet, bridge rubble is 20+ feet of relief. Find Out More

Tex Edwards Experience Level: Open Water   Inshore Dive Scuttled in December of 1982 the barge is a local favorite and home to many fish species.  A great dive for the new diver and experienced diver.  If you love to spearfish this site will not let you down. Find Out More

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Joe Patti Barge 175' x 40' x 10' GPS Location: Latitude: 30 17.330’N Longitude: 87 13.755’W Experience Level: Open Water or Above Learn More Find Out More

Russian Freighter / USS San Pablo * San Pablo "Russian Freighter" Experience Level: Open Water to Advanced Midshore Dive The story of San Pablo proves that fact is often stranger than fiction. Launched from Belfast, Ireland, in 1915, San Pablo started her life as a fruit transport running bananas from Central America to the United Sta... Find Out More

Pete Tide II * Experience Level: Open Water  to Advanced Midshore Dive After servicing the Gulf for years, supplying workers and materials to offshore oil rigs, Pete Tide II became an artificial reef in 1993. Sitting upright in about 100 feet of water, Pete Tide II offers divers three decks of superstructure to explore start... Find Out More

USS Oriskany Experience Level: Advanced Open Water OFFSHORE DIVE A one-of-a-kind diving experience, the sunken aircraft carrier USS Oriskany is the largest artificial reef in the world. Built shortly after World War II, the “Mighty O” served primarily in the Pacific, earning two battle stars for service in the Korea... Find Out More

YDT – 14 * Experience Level: Open Water  - Advanced Diver Resting in 95 feet of water, YDT-14 is one of two U.S. Navy diving tenders sunk as artificial reefs in April 2000. Constructed in Erie, Pennsylvania, in 1942, this utility ship navigated the South Atlantic and Caribbean waters during her naval career serving in San... Find Out More