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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

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