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SHIPWRECKS OF FLORIDA


Unlike many other parts of the world many of the shipwrecks around Florida are not naturally occurring, but have been sunk to form artificial reefs. Florida has more artificial reefs than any other areas in the world and also sports the three largest ships every sunk intentionally for recreational use.
1. USS ORISKANY - 32,000 ton Aircraft Carrier
2. SPIEGEL GROVE - 6880 ton Landing Dock Ship
3. USAFS General Hoyt S. Vandenberg - 9,950 tons


USAFS General Hoyt S. Vandenberg - 9,950 tons

As for other shipwrecks, they would seem to be very sparse as very few naval conflicts have occurred around the state of Florida. WW1 yielded none and even WW2 yielded just few shipwrecks from U-boat attacks on Merchant Ships in the Gulf of Mexico and on the east coast of Florida. Compared to that of say the English Channel, the number is very small.

Also the detection of shipwrecks in the Gulf of Mexico is somewhat of a challenge because of the very deep water that occurs once you get some 100 miles offshore. There are many more to be found but they will only be able to be investigated by ROV's etc.

Capt. Tony Allen 1st July 2012


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 AUE (Association of Underwater Explorers) IDENTIFY the MUNGER T BALL and the JOSEPH M CUDHAY in the Gulf of Mexico.


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The shipwrecks known as the PHOSPHATE WRECK and the "OIL WRECK" in the Gulf of Mexico off Fort Myers have been identified by the Association of Underwater Explorers as the MUNGER T BALL (Phosphate Wreck) and the JOSEPH M CUDAHY (Oil Wreck). The search for the "NORLINDO" continues, but she's probably in very deep water.

 NEW UNDERWATER DISCOVERY ON FLORIDA'S GULF COAST

In 1967 a Coastguard Grumman Albatross plane was lost answering a distress call to a vessel called the "Flying Fish". The weather conditions at the time were reported as winds 15 knots, seas 2 to 3 feet, but the visibility was zero as the search area was covered in fog.

In 2006 a local charter fishing Captain reported an obstruction that he had found in the Gulf to Michael C Barnette of the AUE (Association of Underwater Explorers)

In July 2006 Michael Barnette and colleagues dived on the site and found that it was the lost Grumman Albatross plane. Only three of the crew were recovered after the accident.

 


Vessels lost & damaged in the Gulf of Mexico during WW2
This is just a History List
Some have been found and identified, some have not!

On July 30, 1942 the passenger freighter  Robert E. Lee, bound from Trinidad to New Orleans, was steaming across the Gulf of Mexico with its naval escort, PC 566.  Forty-five miles from the safety of the Mississippi River, Robert E. Lee was struck by a single torpedo launched from the German submarine U-166 type 1XC, which had been patrolling in the area.  As passengers and crew raced for the lifeboats and life rafts, the Robert E. Lee began to sink quickly.  As the freighter slipped beneath the waves, PC-566 made contact with the U-boat and charged in for the attack.  After dropping ten depth charges in the area where contact had been made, an oil slick was seen on the surface.  No other evidence appeared that would have indicated the U-boat had been sunk, so it was believed that the submarine had escaped. 
 

In January 2001, while surveying a proposed pipeline route for BP Exploration and Shell international, C&C Technologies located the wreck of the Robert E. Lee using the HUGIN 3000 AUV.  Nearby was another area of wreckage that C&C marine archaeologists thought might be the long sought after U-166

Further investigations of this wreckage with the HUGIN 3000 AUV, sponsored by BP and Shell, revealed spectacular side scan and multibeam imagery that further supported the hypothesis that this was U-166

On May 31, 2001 a research team comprised of individuals from C&C, the Mineral Management Service , BP and Shell conducted an ROV investigation of the Robert E. Lee site and the additional wreckage.  This expedition not only documented Robert E. Lee shipwreck, but also verified the second wreckage as that of U-166.

The discovery of U-166, 140 miles east of where it was thought to have been lost, corrected a historical error and solved one of the long-standing shipwreck mysteries in the Gulf of Mexico.

 

The U-166 was the only German casualty of WW2 in the Gulf of Mexico

For more information please visit this great website at http://www.pastfoundation.org/DeepWrecks/ and view the amazing photographs obtained by a ROV.

 

Four vessels during 1942 were destroyed by minefields laid down by the American Forces off Key West. These were three steam freighters, the Edward Luckenbach, Bosiljka, Gunvor and the US Navy Destroyer Sturtevant.

 

Date Ship Type Cause Result Deaths
03/11/42 Halo
 
American Steam Tanker
6,986 tons
Torpedo
U-130
Damaged None
04/26/42 USS Sturtevant
Lies in 60 feet
24.45.857N
82.01.174W
American 4 stack Destroyer
(DD-240)
Hit an Allied Mine Sunk Crew 15
05/04/42 Joseph M. Cudahy
Lies in 145 feet
Identified by the AUE as the
"OIL WK"
25.01.370N
82.45.380W
American Steam Tanker
6,950 tons
Torpedo
U-507
Sunk Crew 27
05/04/42 Munger T. Ball
Lies in 423 feet
Identified by the AUE as the "PHOSPHATE WK"
25.10.13N
84.00.34W
American Steam Tanker
5,104 tons
built as Lilmae , in 1927 renamed Chilsco, 1935 renamed Munger T Ball
Torpedo & machine-gunned by
U-507
Sunk Crew 30
05/04/42 Norlindo
U-507 reports sunk in
24.57N/84.00W
American Steam Freighter
2,686 tons
Built as Lake Glaucus for US Shipping Board, Washington DC. 1925 sold to Merchants & Miners Transportation Co, Baltimore MD and renamed Volusia. In 1941 sold to Norlasco SS Co, New York and renamed Norlindo, but in the same year given back to Merchants & Miners Transportation Co.
Torpedo
U-507
Sunk Crew 5
05/06/42 Alcoa Puritan
Located in 6,400 feet
U-507 reports sunk in
28.35N/88.22W
American Steam Freighter
6,795 tons
Torpedo & Shelled
U-507
Sunk None
05/06/42 Ontario
U-507 reports sunk in
28.11N/87.32W
Honduras Steam Freighter
3,099 tons
 
Shelled
U-507
Sunk None
05/08/42 Torny
U-507 reports sunk in
26.40N/86.40W
Norwegian Steam Freighter
2,424 tons
 
Torpedo
U-507
Sunk Crew 2
05/10/42 Aurora

 

American Motor Tanker
7,050 tons
built as steam merchant Miller County, 1923 converted to motor tanker, in 1927 renamed Aurora. 1942 transferred to US Maritime Commission, repaired and returned to service as Jamestown, in 1945 taken over by US Navy and renamed USS Mariveles (IX 197)
Torpedo & Shelled by
U-506
Damaged & repaired. Crew 1
05/12/42 Virginia
Located in 280 feet
U-507 reports sunk in
28.53N/89.29W
American Steam Tanker
10,731 tons
Torpedo
U-507
Sunk Crew 27
05/13/42 David McKelvey
U-506 reports sunk in
28.30N/89.55W
American Steam Tanker
6,821 tons
Torpedo
U-506
Total loss Crew 16; Ag 1
05/13/42 Gulfpenn
Located in 1,820 feet
U-506 reports sunk in
28.29N/89.17W
American Steam Tanker
8,862 tons
Torpedo
U-506
Sunk Crew 13
05/13/42 Gulfprince American Steam Tanker
6,561 tons
Torpedo & damaged
U-507
Damaged Crew 1
05/14/42 Amapala
U-507 reports sunk in
26.30N/89.12W
Honduran Steam Freighter
4,148 tons
Shelled & scuttled by
U-507
Sunk Crew 1
05/14/42 Eastern Sun Tanker Torpedo attack No damage None
05/16/42 Gulfoil
U-506 reports sunk in
28.08N/89.46W
American Steam Tanker
5,189 tons
Torpedo
U-506
Sunk Crew 17; Ag 4
05/16/42 Sun
U-506 reports vessel attacked in
28.41N/90.19W
American Steam Tanker
9,002 tons
Torpedo & gunfire
U-506
Damaged None
05/16/42 William C. McTarnahan
U-506 reports attack in
28.52N/90.20W
American Diesel Tanker
7,302 tons
Torpedo & gunfire
U-506
Damaged Crew 18
05/19/42 Heredia
U-506 reports sunk in
28.53N/91.03W
American Steam Freighter
4,732 tons
Torpedo
U-506
Sunk Crew 29; Ag 5; Passenger1
05/19/42 Ogontz
U-103 reports sunk in
23.30N/86.37W
American Steam Freighter
5,037 tons
Torpedo
U-103
Sunk Crew 17; Ag 2
05/20/42 Halo
Located in 480 feet
U-506 reports sunk in
28.42N/90.08W
American Steam Tanker
6.986 tons
Torpedo
U-506
Sunk Crew 39
05/26/42 Atenas
U-106 reports attacking vessel at
25.50N/89.05W
American Steam Freighter
4,639 tons
Shelled
U-106
Damaged None
05/26/42 Carrabulle
U-106 reports sunk in
26.18N/89.21W
American Steam Tanker
5,030 tons
Shelled & Torpedo
U-106
Sunk Crew 22
05/28/42 Mentor
U-106 reports sunk in
24.11N/87.02W
British Steam Freighter
7,383 tons
Torpedo
U-106
Sunk Crew 4
05/28/42 Yorkmoor
U-506 reports sinking this vessel with gunfire
29.30N/72.29W
British Steam Freighter
4,457 tons
Gunfire
U-506
Sunk None
05/31/42 Cacalilao Tanker Explosion Damaged Crew 4
06/01/42 Hampton Roads
U-106 reports sinking in
22.45N/85.13W
American Steam Freighter
2,689 tons
Built as Lake Galien, later renamed Hampton Roads
Shelled & Torpedo
U-106
Sunk Crew 5
06/02/42 Domino Freighter Shelled No damage None
06/07/42 Bayard
U-67 reports sunk in
29.35N/88.44W
Norwegian Motor Freighter
2,160 tons
Torpedo
U-67
Sunk Crew 11
06/11/42 Sheherazade
U-158 reports sunk in
28.41N/91.20W
Panamanian Motor Tanker
13,467 tons
Formerly a French Vessel
Torpedo & Gunfire
U-158
Sunk Crew 1
06/12/42 Cities Service Toledo
U-158 reports sunk in
29.02N/91.59W
American Steam Tanker
8.192 tons
Torpedo
U-158
Sunk Crew 11; Ag 4
06/14/42 Gunvor
Lies in 60 feet
24.55.413N
81.46.254W
Norwegian Steam Freighter
 
Hit an Allied Mine Sunk Crew 2
06/16/42 San Blas
U-158 reports sunk in
25.26N/95.33W
Panamanian Steam Freighter
3,601 tons
Torpedo
U-158
Sunk Crew 27; Ag 3
06/16/42 Managua Freighter Nicaraguan Torpedo Sunk None
06/17/42 Moira
U-158 reports sunk in
25.35N/96.20W
Norwegian Steam Tanker
1,560 tons
Torpedo
U-158
Sunk Crew 1
06/19/42 Bosiljka
Lies in 60 feet
24.58.200N
81.52.800W
Yugoslavian Steam Freighter
3,009 tons
built as the Polycarp in March 1896, in 1912 sold to Sweden and renamed Augusta, sold again renamed Bia, in 1921 renamed Falco, in 1935 sold and renamed Bosiljka for Yugoslavian owners.
Hit an Allied Mine Sunk None
06/20/42 Nortind
U-67 reports attacking vessel at
28.41N/89.34W
Norwegian Motor Tanker
8,221 tons
Formerly called Empire Onyx in 1942
Torpedo
U-67
Damaged  
06/22/42 Rawleigh Warner
U-67 reports sunk in
28.53N/89.15W
American Steam Tanker
3,664 tons
Torpedo
U-67
Sunk Crew 33
06/23/42 Major General Henry Gibbins (USAT)
U-158 reports sunk in
24N/89W
American US Army Transport
5,766 tons
Torpedo
U-158
Sunk None
07/26/42 Hameln
U-171 reports sunk in
28.23N/96.08W
Mexican Steam Freighter
4,351 tons
Torpedo
U-171
Sunk Crew 6
07/02/42 Edward Luckenbach
Lies in 65 feet
24.57.830N
81.53.270W
American Steam Freighter
7,916 tons
Hit an Allied Mine Sunk Crew 1
07/03/42 San Pablo
Lies in 80 feet
30.11.305N
87.13.095W
Panamanian Steam Freighter
3,305 tons
Torpedo
U-161
Sunk & refloated. Declared  constructive loss and sunk  
07/06/42 Hermis
U-158 reports sunk in
23.08N/84.42W
Panamanian Steam Freighter
5,234 tons
Torpedo
U-158
Sunk Crew 1
07/07/42 Paul H. Harwood
U-67 reports attacking vessel at
29.26N/88.38W
American Steam Tanker
6,610 tons
Torpedo
U-67
Damaged None
07/08/42 J. A. Moffett, Jr.
U-571 reports attacking vessel at
24.47N/80.42W
American Steam Tanker
9,788 tons
Torpedo & Shelled by
U-571
Total loss Crew 1
07/09/42 Benjamin Brewster
U-67 reports sunk in
29.05N/90.05W
American Steam Tanker
5,950 tons
Torpedo
U-67
Sunk Crew 24; Ag 1
07/09/42 Nicholas Cuneo
U-571 reports sunk in
23.54N/82.33W
Honduras Steam Freighter
1,051 tons
Gunfire
U-571
Sunk Crew 1
07/12/42 Andrew Jackson
U-84 reports sunk in
23.32N/81.02W
American Steam Freighter
5,990 tons

Formerly called Salaam in 1940
Torpedo
U-84
Sunk Crew 3
07/13/42 R. W. Gallagher
U-67 reports sunk in
28.50N/91.05W
American Steam Tanker
7.989 tons
Torpedo
U-67
Sunk Crew 9;
Ag 2
07/15/42 Pennsylvania Sun
U-571 reports attacking vessel at in
24.05N/83.42W
American Motor Tanker
11,394 tons
Torpedo
U-571
Damaged Crew 2
07/16/42 Gertrude
U-166 reports sunk in
23.32N/82W
Steam Fishing Vessel
16 tons
Time-bombed
U-166
Sunk None
07/18/42 Baja California
Lies in 115 feet
25.21.522N
82.31.901W
Honduras Steam Freighter
1,648 tons
Torpedo
U-84
Sunk Crew 3
07/21/42 William Cullen Bryant
U-84 reports attacking vessel at
24.08N/82.23W
American Liberty Ship
7,176 tons
Torpedo
U-84
Damaged None
07/30/42 Robert E. Lee
Located by BP in deep water during pipeline survey by ROV
U-166 reports sunk in
28.40N/88.42W
American Passenger Ship
5,184 tons
Torpedo
U-166
Sunk Crew 10; survivors of Stanvac Palembang & other ships: 15
08/13/42 R. M. Parker, Jr.
U-171 reports sunk in
28.50N/90.42W
American Steam Tanker
6,779 tons
Torpedo & Shelled
U-171
Sunk None
01/10/43 Norwalk Freighter Collision Sunk Crew 1
03/11/43 Olancho
U-183 reports sunk in
22.08N/85.14N
Honduras Steam Freighter
2,493 tons
Torpedo
U-183
Sunk Crew 3
04/03/43 Gulfstate
U-155 reports sunk in
24.26N/80.18W
American Steam Tanker
6,822 tons
Torpedo
U-155
Sunk Crew 30; Ag 6
12/03/43 Touchet
U-193 reports sunk in
25.50N/86.30W
American Turbine Tanker
10,127 tons
Torpedo
U-193
Sunk Ag 10


Map courtesy of US Minerals Management Service

There are a reported 7,000 shipwrecks located in the great expanse of the Gulf of Mexico. Although most of these vessels pose no threat to the environment, many carrying cargoes of fuel and other materials that may lose their structural integrity over time.

NOAA’s National Marine Sanctuary Program is conducting and coordinating research directed at understanding the nature and rate of natural processes affecting the deterioration ferrous-hulled vessels lost off the coasts of the United States.


Ship wreck map of the Gulf of Mexico

Vessels lost & damaged on Florida's East Coast during WW2
This is just a History List

Some have been found and identified, some have not!

Date Ship Type Cause Result Deaths
02/19/42 Pan Massachusetts
Known as the "Copper Wk"
Lies in 296 feet
28.19.952N
80.00.028W
American Steam Tanker
8,201 tons
Torpedo
U-128
Sunk Crew 20
02/22/42 W. D .Anderson
Lies 500 feet
27.14.375N
79.54.638W
American Steam Tanker
10,227 tons
Torpedo
U-504
Sunk Crew 34
02/22/42 Cities Services Empire
Lies in 240 feet
28.23.804N
80.02.800W
American Steam Tanker
8,103 tons
Torpedo
U-128
Sunk Crew 11
02/22/42 Republic
Lies in 50 feet
27.00.620N
80.02.686W
American Steam Tanker
5,287 tons
Torpedo
U-504
Sunk Crew 5
02/26/42 Mamura
U-504 reports sinking at
29N/76W
Dutch Motor Tanker
8,245 tons
Torpedo
U-504
Sunk Crew 56
04/08/42 Oklahoma
U-123 reports attacking vessel at
31.18N/80.59W
American Steam Tanker
9,264 tons
Torpedo & gunfire
U-123
Damaged Crew 13
04/08/42 Esso Baton Rouge
U-123 reports attacking in
31.02N/80.53W
American Steam Tanker
7,989 tons
Torpedo & damaged
U-123
Damaged Crew 3
04/11/42 Gulf America
Lies in 60 feet
30.16.40N
81.13.40W
American Steam Tanker
8,081 tons
Torpedo & Gunfire
U-123
Sunk Crew 19
04/12/42 Leslie
Lies in 85 to 100 feet
28.36.211N
80.16.262W
American Steam Freighter
2,609 tons
Formerly called
Josephine 1941, Stella Lykes 1941.
Torpedo
U-123
Sunk Crew 4
04/13/42 Korsholm
U-123 reports sunk in
28.21N/80.22W
Swedish Motor Freighter
2,647 tons
Gunfire
U-123
 
Sunk Crew 9
04/19/42 Esparta
Lies in 56 feet
30.50.45N
81.09.58W
American Steam Freighter
3,365 tons
Torpedo
U-123
Sunk Crew 1
05/01/42 Worden
U-109 reports sunk
10 miles
SE Cape Canaveral
Nicaraguan Motor Freighter
555 tons
Torpedo
U-109
Sunk  
05/01/42 La Paz
U-109 reports attack in
28.15N/80.20W
British Motor Freighter
6,548 tons
Torpedo
U-109
Sunk and refloated and salvaged  
05/02/42 Ocean Venus
Lies 80 feet
28.23.216N
80.17.488W
British Liberty Ship
7,174 tons
Torpedo
U-564
Sunk Crew 5
05/03/42 Laertes
Lies in 60 feet
25.28.531N
80.21.843W
Dutch Steam Freighter
5,825 tons
Torpedo
U-109
Sunk Crew 17
05/03/42 Sama
26.04N/79.45W
Nicaraguan Steam Freighter
567 tons
Torpedo
U-506
Sunk None
05/04/42 Eclipse
U-564 reports attacked in
26.30N/80.00W
British Steam Tanker
9,767 tons
Torpedo
U-564
Damaged Crew 2
05/05/42 Delisle
U-564 reports attacked in
27.06N/80.03W
American Steam Tanker
3,478 tons
Torpedo
U-564
Damaged  
05/06/42 Amazone
Lies in 90 feet
27.23.452N
80.03.075W
Dutch Steam Freighter
1,294 tons
Torpedo
U-333
Sunk Crew 14
05/06/42 Halsey
Lies in 80 feet
27.20.188N
80.04.020W
American Steam Tanker
7,088 tons
Torpedo 
U-333
Sunk  
05/06/42 Java Arrow
U-333 reports attacked at
27.35N/80.08W
American Steam Tanker
8,327 tons
Torpedo
U-333
Damaged Crew 2
05/08/42 Ohioan
Lies in 600 feet
26.31.00N
79.59.00W PA
American Steam Freighter
6,078 tons
Torpedo
U-564
Sunk Crew 15
05/09/42 Lubrafol
Lies 180 feet
28.58.682N
80.11.341W
Panamanian Tanker
7137 tons
Torpedo
U-564
Sunk Crew 18
05/13/42 Potrero Del Llano
U-564 reports sunk in
25.35N/80.06W

 

Mexican Tanker
7,500 tons
built as F A Tamplin , 1921 renamed Arminco, 1929 renamed Italian Lucifero for Societa Italiana Transporti Petroliferi (SITP), Genoa, 10 June 1940 at Tampico and interned. 8 December 41 seized by Mexico and renamed Potrero del Llano (after Mexico's once great oil fields near Tampico)
Torpedo
U-564
Sunk Crew 13
05/28/42 Yorkmoor
U-561 reports sunk by gunfire in
29.30N/72.29W
British Freighter
4457 tons
 
Gunfire
U-561
Sunk None
06/03/42 Empire Mica
Lies in 115 feet
29.28.724N
85.21.259W
British Steam Tanker
8,032 tons
Torpedo
U-67
Sunk Crew 33
06/16/42 Managa
U-67 reports sunk at
24.05N/81.40W
Nicaraguan Steam Freighter
2,220 tons
Formerly called Neptuno in 1941
Torpedo
U-67
Sunk None
07/07/42 Umtata
U-571 reports sunk in
25.35N/80.02W
British Steam Freighter
8,141 tons
Torpedo
U-571
Sunk None

NOTE: There are many shipwrecks/artificial reefs around the coast of Florida and there are more that lie in 50 feet of water or less which we do not list. Most of the shipwrecks that we list are in 50 feet or more, except for the galleons that we list out of historical interest.

Unlike many other parts of the world many of the shipwrecks around Florida are not naturally occurring, but have been sunk intentionally to form artificial reefs for marine habitats. I suspect there are many more unknown shipwrecks in the Gulf of Mexico yet to be located. This is primarily due to the depth of water to be found here.

We do not list reef structures made from concrete culverts etc. We do list some Railway Boxcars, Boat Molds & Railway Boxcar Reefs. The list below has been formed from as many as 20 different sources, most ( nearly all ) of which do not specify the format by which the location was made ( Are they ED50, WGS84 , OSGB36 etc.?) We list the acknowledgements at the bottom of the list. It is also possible that some of the locations may prove to be inaccurate. We cannot be held responsible for any errors which may be listed, but would be grateful to be informed.

There are many different coordinate systems in use. I have explained these to address the three most commonly encountered.

  • DMS (Degrees Minutes Seconds) - This is the most popular coordinate system. Remember that there are 360 degrees, but you can only go up to 90 degrees north or south latitude, or just short of 180 degrees east or west longitude. At the equator a degree of longitude is over 69 miles wide, so smaller divisions are required for depicting points accurately. This system is best remembered like what is used on a clock. Think of a degree as an hour. Each degree is broken up into 60 minutes, each minute is broken up into 60 seconds. A degree = 69.1722 miles, a minute = 1.1528 miles and a second = 101.45 feet. For mariners the DMS may be an advantage as one minute corresponds (reasonably closely) to one nautical mile.

    Example: 27° 37' 45" N, 82° 42' 10" W

     

  • DD.MM (Degree Decimal Minutes) - This coordinate system is becoming more and more visible as it is becoming the standard many governments have set between themselves for handling coordinate data. It also seems to be used by at least some GPS receiver manufacturers for handling data within their units.

    Example: 27° 37.761 N, 82° 42.179 W

     

  • DD.DD (Decimal Degrees) - Decimal degrees simply refers to angular measurements being expressed in decimal terms. For example, one and a half degrees would be expressed as 1.5 degrees. Using the degrees, minutes, and seconds notation, one and a half degrees would be expressed as 1 30' 00". These are simply two different ways of expressing the same value. Decimal degree have a significant advantage over DMS, as you can calculate with them much easier.

    Example: 27.629273 N, 82.703053 W

I will in the future rectify that all locations are listed as WSG84  and this will be indicated on the chart below. Please note the project is ongoing. During 2013 and onwards "ELECTRIC BLUE" will be surveying many of the positions on the west coast of Florida when time allows.

Capt. Tony Allen 1st March 2013 

INFORMATION -Updated 27th November 2013

LATITUDE LONGITUDE
28 FATHOM WRECK - MILLIE R. BOHANNON
Identified by the AUE as the Millie R. Bohannon. Lies in 55ft of water.
27.34.266N 83.53.443W
33 FATHOM WRECK (Sarasota County)
Unknown wreck lies in 195 ft of water.
27.10.046N 83.50.642W
40 FATHOM WRECK
Unknown wreck
27.29.930N 84.14.675W
401 WRECK
Unknown wreck
29.39.847N 83.38.207W

ACCOKEEK - Tug (Panama)
Accokeek was a former fleet tug which served as a training hull for Navy divers until 2000. Lies upright in 101 ft of water.

29.58.475N 85.51.915W
AFRICAN QUEEN (Dade County)
African Queen was a 57 ft vessel. Lies in 44 ft of water. Sank 31st Dec 1986.
25.48.279N 80.05.008W

ADOLPHUS BUSCH - (Monroe County-Keyes)
210' Island Freighter, "Adolphus Busch Sr."  Sunk Dec 5, 1998. Lies in 100 ft of water.

  24.31.841N 81.27.688W
AFDL-8 (Broward)
AFDL-8 was a Navy Floating Dock which was sunk on the 6th June 1982 in 220 ft of water.
26.05.51N 80.03.33W
AH SITE - BARGE - (Duval)
This barge sits in 80 ft of water and was deployed on the 31st Dec 1978.
30.32.51N 81.03.54W
AIR FORCE BARGE (Okaloosa County)
This 100 ft barge lies in 68 ft of water. Deployed on the 31st Dec 1977.
30.21.249N  86.29.581W
ALASKA - (Walton County)
Alaska lies in 249 ft of water.
29.36.041N 86.13.503W
ALGEBRA 11 - (Bay County)
Algebra 11 lies in 61 ft of water.
30.05.570N 85.45.076W

ALEXANDERS WRECK -  Amesbury USS (Key West)
USS Amesbury a Buckley Class Destroyer of 306 ft in length. Lies in 25 ft of water. Sank whilst under tow. Was a decommissioned U.S. Navy ship being towed by  Alexander Marine Salvage off Key West to be sunk as an artificial reef when she grounded. Before she could be refloated a storm broke up her hull. Locally known as Alexander’s Wreck.

24.36.970N 81.58.910W
ALEXANDER BARGE - (Monroe County)
This 120 ft barge lies in 95 ft of water. Deployed 31st Dec 1984.
24.51.07N 80.34.01W

ALLIGATOR USS - Schooner (Keyes)
USS Alligator was a 12 cannon schooner. Ran aground in 1822 and was exploded by the crew to keep it from pirates. A mooring buoy close to the lighthouse in about 10 ft of water marks the ballast pile and scattered artifacts from the wreck. Wk lies in 40 ft of water.

24.51.079N 80.37.103W
ALMIRANTE
Almirante lies in 122 ft of water. Deployed in April 1975.
25.23.87N 80.06.38W
ALOHA - (Walton County)
Aloha lies in 248 ft of water.
29.36.275N 86.14.167W
ALSATIA II
Alsatia II was a 40 yr old dredge being towed to its prospective new owner by the tug MV Industrial State when she started taking on water rapidly. The tug moved out of the channel and the dredge sank in 12 ft of water on the 21st August 1981. 20' of machinery remain above the water.
27.48.291N 82.27.596W
AL SIROTKIN (Martin County)
Al Sirotkin  steel drege barge lies in 80 ft of water. Was deployed on 19th May 1985.
27.12.250N 80.02.856W
AMERICAN CUSTOM YACHTS TOWER (Martin County)
20'x20'x20'Base & 35' Tall Steel Tower in 178 ft of water. Deployed 27th June 2008.
27.13.148N 80.00.338W

ANTONIO ENSENAT - Schooner (Gulf of Mexico)
Antonio Ensenat was a 200 ton motor assisted steel schooner. Lies in 60 ft of water. Carrying a cargo of Cuban Rum when in collision in Oct 1943 with the freighter Charta.

27.05.120N 82.41.000W
ALL ALONE WRECK - (Monroe County)
75' Steel hulled Tugboat lies in 90ft of water.
24.27.34N 81.43.42W
ALPHA -(Pompano Beach)
Alpha was a schooner of 85' which  sank in 78 ft of water on the 25th March 1989.
26.13.857N 80.04.027W
ALVA CHAPMAN (Monroe County)
Alva Chapman lies with concrete rubble in 220 ft of water. Deployed on the 31st Feb 1978.
25.17.667N  80.09.010W

AMAZONE - (St.Lucie County-Ft. Pierce)
Amazone was a 255'x37' long Dutch freighter of 1294 tons built in 1922 by Meyer & Co's Scheepsbouw Mij NV, Zaltbommel. On May 6th 1942 when she was on route from Curacao to New York with a cargo of coffee and oil when she was torpedoed by U-333. Lies in 90 ft.

27.23.452N 80.03.075W
AMARYLLIS SS- (Rivera Beach - Palm Beach County)
SS Amaryllis was a 7147grt cargo steamer of 441 ft. that was deployed on 31st Dec 1968 in 100 ft of water.
26.47.269N 80.00.939W
ANCIENT MARINER - (Deerfield Beach - Broward)
Nemesis was originally a 165 ft USCG Cutter.  Purchased as a floating restaurant which got into financial difficulties. Deployed on the 9th June 1991 in 68 ft of water.
26.18.110N 80.03.700W

ANDE - (Palm Beach County)
MV Ande was a 2051grt cargo vessel and was deployed on the 24th Nov 1996 in 185 ft of water. Named after Ande Monofilament Fishing Line the sponsors of the Wk. Previously called the Ina Carrier, Jed Carrier, New Providence, Carib Carrier, Takasago Maru No.5..

26.47.28N 79.59.54W
ANDRO - Freighter (Dade County)
Andro was a 165 ft freighter lies in 103 ft of water. Sank 17th Dec 1985.
25.53.386N 80.05.080W
ANGELINA B M/V - (Okaloosa County)
Angelina B lies in 130 ft of water. Deployed on the 23rd June 1999.
30.07.382N 86.36.686W

ANGUSTIAS - Galleon (Upper Keys)
Was a source of major treasure recoveries when initially salvaged in the early 1970's. Part of the 1733 treasure fleet.

24.47.27N 80. 51.52W

ANNA Freighter -(Duval)
Anna was a 230 ft freighter sank on 16th July 1986. A tug also lies nearby at 30.29.558N  80.57.617W and a large barge at 30.30.693N  80.56.367W

30.27.932N 80.56.028W
SV ANNA B.
A Canadian sailing schooner which was rammed accidently in 1892. 16grt. Not much left but sits in 12 to17 ft of water.
27.46.60N 82.30.126W

ANTARES M/S - Freighter (Escambia)
Antares was a freighter of 387 ft in length. Lies in 130 ft of water.

30.00.594N 87.07.775W
ANTILLES STAR
The Antilles Star was 165' steel ship that was deployed as an artificial reef 29th June 2004. She lies 17nm NE of Ponce Inlet.
29.19.198N 80.44.770W
ANTONIO ENSENAT  - (Sarasota County-Schooner)
Antonio Ensenat was a steel Schooner which sank in 1943 off Sarasota after a collision. She was carrying Cuban Rum. Lies in 60 ft of water.
27.05.120N 82.41.000W
AQUANAUT WRECK - (Monroe County)
55' Wood Tugboat lies in 75ft of water.
24.28.75N 81.42.97W

ARABY MAID - Steel Barque (Dry Tortugas)
Araby Maid was a 863 ton and a 195 ft steel three Masted Schooner Barque built in in 1868. She lies 32 miles west of the Dry Tortugas in 204 ft of water. Sank after a collision in 1903.

24 43.831N 83.28.955W
ARC-SEAGUARD (Lee County)
Arc-Seaguard was a 60 ft steel ship. Lies in 57 ft and was deployed on the 27th Aug 2004.
26.24.963N 82.24.719W
ARC BARGE - (Port Charlotte)
This 100 ft barge was deployed in 1994 and sits in 60 ft of water.
26.24.905N 82.24.691W
ARGOIL BARGE
195 ft Steel barge situated 11.7nm from Ponce Inlet.
29.07.07N 80.41.58W
ARIDA - (Dade)
Arida was a 165 ft ship. Lies in 88 ft and was deployed on the 26th June 1982.
25.40.831N 80.04.249W

ATLAS - Tug
Atlas was a 85 ft steel tug that was sunk in 73 ft of water in 1997. A second tug the MOONLIGHTER sits some 300 ft away.

29.31.129N 84.24.705W

AUDREY Tug (Bay County)
Built in 1943 Audrey was a large tug of 2640 ton used as a 247 ft Clam Shell dredge. Lies in 115 ft of water and rises 68 ft off the sea bed.

29.34.077N 85.48.211W
AUGIE FERRIGNO - (Miami - Dade)
Augie Ferrigno was a 273 ft vessel and was deployed in June 1998. Lies in 226 ft of water. Also know as the REX BEAR.
25.42.482N 80.04.633W
AVOCET - Dredge (Santa Rosa County)
Avocet lies in 110 ft of water.
29.58.435N 87.12.634W
BAGS - (Monroe County)
84' Trawler lost by fire on the 25th July 1967.
24.42.23N 82.25.68W

BAJA CALIFORNIA - (Naples)
Baja California was a 257 ft Steel Norwegian 1,648 ton freighter built in 1914 and carrying war materials when torpedoed by U-84.  She was on route from New Orleans for Guatemala when sunk. Lies in 115 ft.

25.21.522N 82.31.901W
BARGE 70 feet (Broward County)
Barge of 70 ft lying in 414 ft of water.
26.13.864N 80.02.571W
BARATTA SIGHT-SEE ER TOWER (Martin County)
15'x15'x15' & 25' Tall Steel Tower in 180ft of water. Deployed 26th June 2008.
27.13.301N 80.00.307W
BARREL BARGE (Okaloosa County)
This barge lies in 72 ft of water and was deployed on the 29th June 1992.
30.10.170N 86.44.921W
BAUSCH AMERICAN TOWER (Martin County)
20'x20'20' Base & 35' Tall Steel Tower lies in 182ft of water. Deployed on 27th June 2008.
27.13.152N 80.00.259W

BAYRONTO - British Freighter (Charlotte County)
BayRonto was British freighter of 6045 tons built in 1905 by Armstrong Whitworth & Co. in Newcastle. Formerly called Tronto but was renamed when sold in 1916 to Bay S.S. Co. The Bay S.S. Co. was a company formed by the French Government to operate British ships which it had purchased and due to wartime restrictions had to remain under British Flag. Dimensions: 400'x 52', and powered by a 495 nhp triple expansion engine. Overcome by heavy seas on the 13th Sept 1919. Lies in 110 ft of water.

26.45.751N 82.50.862W
BEACONSHIRE - BOILER WRECK (Indian River County)
299'x37' ship built as the Numida in 1883.
27.39.13N 80.20.88W
BELCHERS BARGE - (Miami - Dade)
85 ft long Barge lies in 117 ft of water. Deployed October 1975.
25.23.62N 80.06.45W
BELCHERS BARGE #27 - (Miami)
This 195 ft barge lies in 58 ft of water. It was deployed on 26th November 1985.
25.41.486N 80.05.168W
BELIZE QUEEN (Okaloosa County)
Belize Queen was a 85 ft tugboat. Lies in 112 ft of water. Deployed on the 30th May 2001.
30.08.802N 86.40.376W
BELZONA BARGE - (Dade)
This 215 ft barge lies in 40 ft of water. Deployed the 1st Aug 1991.
25.42.066N 80.05.350W
BELZONA BARGE ONE - (Miami - Dade)
This 85 ft barge lies in 68 ft of water. Deployed May 1990.
25.41.450N 80.05.132W
BELZONA BARGE TWO - ( Miami)
This 90 ft barge was deployed in 60 ft of water on the 21st February 1991.
25.41.455N 80.05.156W
BELZONA BARGE THREE - (Miami)
This 105 ft barge was deployed in 65 ft of water on the 25th June 1991.
25.41.450N 80.05.144W

BENJAMIN H. GRIERSON - Liberty Ship (Panama City)
Benjamin H. Grierson was a Liberty Ship built in 1943 by the Oregon Ship Building Corporation in Portland, Oregon. Dimensions: 441'x 57' and was 7,716 gross tons. On Nov 28th 1949, she was laid up in the Mobile Reserve Fleet in the Tensaw River near Mobile, Alabama. On Sept 29th 1977, the Florida Department of Natural Resources sank the vessel as an artificial reef. Commonly called the Liberty Ship lies in 75 ft of water.

29.59.044N 85.42.421W
BENWOOD - (Upper Keyes)
Benwood was a 344' x51' Norwegian freighter built in 1910 which sank in 1942 from a collision. Lies in 40 ft.
25.03.144N 80.19.930W
BERRY PATCH - Tug (Broward)
Berry Patch was a 65 ft steel tug. She lies in 65 ft of water. Deployed 15th Aug 1987.
26.16.320N 80.02.772W
BETEK AR PEN -(Miami)
Betek Ar Pen lies in 110 ft of water and is 70 ft in length. Deployed 6th June 1997.
25.49.353N 80.05.113W
BETTY ROSE - Mecco's Barge (Pinellas County-St. Petersburg)
Betty Rose
is a 75 ft barge lying  in 45 ft of water. Also known as Mecco's Barge.
27.42.612N 82.58.274W
BEVERLY M. (St. Lucie County)
Beverley M was a 65 ft Steel tugboat. Lies in 58 ft of water. Deployed on the 4th June 1987.
27.23.552N 80.00.589W
USCG BIBB - (Monroe County-Keyes)
USCG Coastguardc Cutter Bibb built in 1935  327'x41' lies in 130 ft.
24.58.16N 80.22.77W
BIP - Tug (Pensacola)
Bip was a 90 ft tug. Deployed in 1996. Lies upright in 75 ft of water.
25.55.078N 85.40.467W
BIG BILLY - (Clearwater)
Was a Shrimper. Not much to see on an echo sounder. Largest part of the wreck is the fuel tank divers tell me.
27.51.334N 83.29.278W
BIG LOU - (Miami - Dade)
Bi Lou is only 36 ft in length and lies in 55 ft of water. Deployed 1st March 1989.
25.41.287N 80.04.920W
BILLS BARGE - (Duval)
Bills barge sits in 61 ft of water and was deployed on the 31st Dec 1975.
30.27.76N 81.14.03W
BILLY'S BARGE - (Dade)
Billys 100 foot barge lies in 48 ft of water. Deployed on 1st Dec 1987.
25.46.442N 80.04.371W
BILL BOYD - (Pompano Beach)
Bill Boyd was a 211 ft freighter. Lies in 165 ft of water. Deployed on the 18th July 1986.
26.09.528N 80.04.760W
BILL DONALDSON REEF BARGE (Martin County)
110' Steel Barge deployed on the 22nd September1987 in 57 ft of water.
27.12.07N 80.06.087W

BIRMINGHAM QUEEN - Charter Party Boat (Port St. Joe)
Birmingham Queen  was a steel party boat. Lies in 150 ft of water.

29.33.100N 85.56.136W
BISCAYNE - (Miami - Dade)
Biscayne was 120 ft steel freighter. Deployed in 60 ft of water on 1st Dec 1974.
25.42.158N 80.05.181W

B.J. PUTNAM - Fish Processing Boat (Panama)
B.J.Putnam was a former fish processing vessel was deployed in 103 ft of water in 1993.

29.55.810N 85.50.101W

BLACK BART Supply Ship (Panama)
Black Bart was a 185 ft Oil Field Supply Vessel. Lies upright in 75 ft of water. Named in honour after Capt. Charles Bartholomew who was the Navy's Supervisor of Salvage in Panama City.

30.03.648N 85.49.433W
BLUE FIRE (Dade County)
Blue Fire was a 175 ft freighter. Lies in 110 ft of water. Deployed 7th February 1983.
25.32.66N 80.04.69W
BLUE RUNNER WRECK
This is a wreck where you always seem to be able to catch "Blue Runners" for bait.

27.31.411N

82.49.017W

U.S.C.G. BLACKTHORN - Coastguard Cutter (Tampa)
U.S. Coast Guard cutter Blackthorn,  was built at Marine Iron & Shipbuilding Corp. Duluth, Minnesota, on May 21, 1943.  Dimensions:180'x 37'  and powered by a single screw. In January of 1980, the Blackthorn was in a collision with the tanker Capricorn at the mouth of Tampa Bay in the channel leading to the Skyway Bridge. A total of 23 of the Blackthorn's Coast Guard crew were killed in the accident. The Blackthorn's damaged hull recovered and eventually was towed into 80 ft of water and sunk on January 28th 1980 as Pinellas County Artificial Reef # 2.

27.52.569N 83.11.281W
BOATING MAGAZINE - (Broward)
Boating Magazine was as 150' steel ship. Deployed in 156 ft of water on the 29th April 1995.
26.14.056N 80.03.666W
BOBO (Gulf County)
Bobo lies in 142 ft of water.
29.14.026N 85.22.017W
BORN AGAIN Tugboat (Escambia)
Born Again is a  65 ft tugboat lies in 95 ft of water. Deployed on the 24th Jan 1991.
30.08.21N  87.14.21W
BOSILJKA WRECK - (Monroe County)
1810 grt vessel built in 1896 as the Polycarp. Sunk 19th June 1942.
24.58.202N 81.52.803W
BOX CARS (Mexico Beach)
Scattered in 55 ft of water.
29.54.066N 85.32.000W
BOX CARS (Panama City) 30.09.44N 85.47.82W
BOX CARS (Panama City) 30.09.54N 85.53.96W
BOX CARS SAND (Panama City) 30.09.62N 85.50.56W
BOAT MOLDS (D6)
Depth 109 feet
27.06.156N 83.03.092W
BRANDY WINE - (Dade)
Brandy Wine is a 135 ft steel ship. Lies in 145 ft of water. Deployed on 23rd April 2002.
25.41.990N 80.04.952W

BRASS WRECK- Schooner (Pensacola)
This unidentified wooden hulled wreck is thought to be that of a schooner. Located off Pensacola she received her name from divers who recovered quite a few brass artifacts from her. Thought to be from the late 1800's and is approximately 250 ft in length. Lies in 90 ft. The Brass Wreck is also known as the Anchor Wreck and maybe the BRIDE OF LORNE which was  1,324 tons and sank with a cargo of timber.

30.12.885N 87.03.263W
BRICK BARGE - (Monroe County)
Sunk during WWII. Lies in 28 ft of water.
24.56.07N 80.32.98W
BROWN BARGE  (Okaloosa County)
Brown Barge is a 200 ft. Lies in 80 ft of water. Deployed on the 31st December 1977.
30.21.374N 86.35.056W
BR SITE - FERRY (Duval)
This ferryboat sits in 106 ft of water.
30.21.74N  80.49.98W
BR SITE - N. BARGE (Duval)
This barge lies in 105 ft of water.
30.21.86N 80.50.24W
BR SITE - BARGE #1 (Duval)
This barge lies in 104 ft of water.
30.21.82N 80.50.29W
BR SITE - TUG #1 (Duval)
This tugboat sits in 105 ft of water.
30.21.680N 80.50.562W
BR SITE - TUG #2 (Duval)
This tugboat sits in 104 ft of water.
30.21.85N 80.50.43W
BB SITE -CARPET BARGE (Duval)
This barge lies 48 ft of water.
30.26.02N 81.10.47W
BB SITE - WOODEN TUG (Duval)
This wooden tugboat sits in 54 ft of water.
30.25.91N 81.08.15W
BB SITE - OLD GIBBS DRYDOCK (Duval)
This drydock sits in 54 ft of water.
30.25.87N 81.08.33W
BRUCE MUELLER - (Miami)
Bruce Mueller lies in 45 ft of water. Deployed on the 10th February 1996.
26.10.166N 80.04.705W
BUD KROHN - (Broward)
Bud Krohn was a 183 ft Spanish freighter sunk in 440 ft of water on the 3rd December 1989.
26.10.26N 80.02.42W
BUDDY MERRIT - (Broward)
Buddy Merrit  was a 80 ft vessel sunk in 414 ft of water on 17th December 1987.
26.14.15N 80.03.36W
BUDWEISER BAR - (Delray Beach)
Budweiser Bar was a  167 ft Coastal freighter originally called Swordfish. Deployed in July 1987 in 87 ft of water.
26.28.70N 80.02.31W
BULL SHARK BARGE - (Martin County)
196' Steel Barge. Upside down in 43 ft of water. Sunk on the 3rd December 1986
27.08.24N 80.07.35W
BULK TRADER - (Broward)
Bulk Trader was 180 ft Oil Rig Supply Ship. Deployed in 313 ft of water on 4th October 2002.
26.08.160N 80.03.834W
BURGESS BARGE (Okaloosa County)
This barge lies in 120 ft of water and was deployed on the 6th June 1979.
30.09.245N 86.44.669W
BUS STOP BARGE - (Duval)
This steel barge lies in 65 ft of water. Deployed on the 31st Dec 1994.
30.25.881N  81.09.045W
BRYSON MEMORIAL REEF (Franklin)
This 108 ft tug lies in 75 ft of water and was deployed on 11th Feb 1997.
29.31.244N 84.24.526W
CAICOS EXPRESS - (Fort Lauderdale - Broward)
This 188 ft freighter was deployed in 240 ft of water on 12th November 1985.
26.12.502N 80.03.633W
C-ONE -(Miami)
This 120 foot Navy Fleet Tug was sunk in 65 ft of water on the 8th Nov 1990.
25.54.314N 80.05.244W
C2 - (Broward)
This 90 ft steel ship lies in 72 ft of water. Deployed 11th Aug 1998.
26.09.635N 80.04.747W
CANNABIS WRECK - (Monroe County)
75' Trawler Wk lies in 110 ft of water.
24.49.504N 80.38.590W
C-54 AIRPLANE
Wk lies in 71 ft of water.
26.06.44N 80.04.23W
CAPTAIN ANDERSON (Panama City) 30.05.54N 85.54.28W
CAPTAIN CRUNCH - (Monroe County)
64' Commercial Dive Boat lies in 16 ft of water. Visible Wreck.
25.00.51N 80.23.48W
CAPTAIN DAN GARNSEY - (Pompano Beach - Broward)
This 175 ft USCG Buoy Tender vessel was formerly called the HOLLYHOCK. Deployed in 110 ft of water on the 20th February 1990.
26.13.857W 80.03.960W
CAPTAIN DEDE -(Broward)
This 50 ft vessel was deployed in 75 ft of water on the 9th Oct 1993.
26.00.574N 80.05.591W
CAPTAIN GIL - Tug (Off Tampa)
This 60 ft steel tug sank on 6th Feb 1996 in 78 ft of water.
28.40.754N 83.37.826W
CAPTAIN HENRY - (Dade)
This 90 ft steel ship lies in deep water of 370 ft. Sank on the 15th Dec 2000.
25.43.624N 80.04.987W

CAPTAIN TONY - (Delray Beach)
This 195 ft Dutch freighter was deployed in 85 ft of water on the 22nd October 1996.
Originally called the MV Becks but was renamed in memory of a local Charter Boat Captain and is called Captain Tony

26.28.87N 80.02.35W
CARMEN - (Dade)
This 45 ft tugboat lies in 65 ft of water. Sank on the 31st Dec 1999.
25.54.533N 80.05.437W
CAROL LEE - (Brevard County)
Lies in 96 ft of water.
28.36.085N 80.16.202W
CARTERS BARGE (Venice)
Wk lies in 75 ft of water.
27.09.17N 53.05.28W
CASA BLANCA - (Duval County)
This 325 ft Landing Craft wreck lies in 110 ft of water. Deployed on the 31st July 1972.
30.17.559N 80.49.256W
CAPTAIN TONY -BECK M/V -(Palm Beach County)
195' Dutch Freighter deployed on the 22nd October 1996 in 80ft of water.
26.28.87N 80.02.35W
CAPITANA EL RUI -Galleon (Upper Keys)
Sank in the storm of 1793. Wreckage lies in 18 ft of water.
24.55.41N 80.30.78W
CASTOR M/V (Palm Beach County)
This 258 ft x 36ft  ship was sunk on December 14th 2001 in 60 ft of water. This Dutch built ship was seized by the Customs after it was found to be carrying cocaine.
26.28.739N 80.02.234W
CATERPILLAR (Monroe County)
Trawler sunk on the 25th July 1955.
24.46.13N 82.04.48W

CAYMAN SALVAGE MASTER -(Monroe County)
The Cayman Salvage Master was launched as the Lt. Col. Ellery W. Niles, a 163' long US Army minelayer built by Pusey & Jones of Wilmington, Delaware in 1937. A twin screw, diesel electric powered vessel later converted in 1965 as the Research Vessel (R/V) F.V. Hunt of Marine Acoustical Services, Inc. (later called TRACOR) of Miami, Florida, named for Dr. Frederick V. Hunt, an acoustical researcher. Lies in 92 ft of water.

24.27.21N 81.46.02W
CELTIC CRUSADER - (Palm Beach County)
The Celtic Crusader is a 265-foot general cargo ship that was built in the Netherlands in 1970.  Its name was changed to Supremity and later to Korimu
. Sunk as an artificial reef on the 16th March 2007. Lies in 220 ft.
26.47.670N 79.59.170W
CEMENT BARGE (Martin County)
This 165 ft  barge lies in 61 ft of water.
27.12.639N 80.06.599W
CH SITE - SOUTH TUG -(Duval)
This steel tugboat sits in 82 ft of water and was deployed on 31st Dec 1979.
30.18.05N  81.04.36W
CHAVES - also called NUESTRA SENORA DEL CARMEN - Galleon (Upper Keys)
Sank in the storm of 1733. We have two positions for parts of this wreck in 8 to 12 ft of water. The vessel was of 221 tons.
24.56.144N
24.57.179N
80.35.122W
80.35.648W
CHEMICAL COURIER (Santa Rosa County)
This 80 ft steel tug lies in 95 ft of water. Deployed on the 24th Oct 1996.
30.05.95N 87.10.95W
CHEPANOC - (Okaloosa County)
129 ft steel tugboat deployed on 1st Dec 2005 in 107 ft of water.
30.08.834N 86.37.612W

CHEVRON - OIL RIG (Pensacola)
Two large sections of an oil rig lie in 134 ft of water. Rises to 50 ft of the bottom.

30.04.242N 87.02.120W

CHICKASAW - Tug (Panama City)
Chickasaw was a steel hulled tug boat built in Pensacola, Florida, in 1908. Dimensions: 107 feet long, 20 foot beam. The Chickasaw was sold at an auction after World War II and purchased by Sherman Towing Company of Panama City. Renamed Sherman VI and sank at her dock in the late 1970's. Was raised and towed offshore to be sunk as a deep water fish haven, but the pumps that were being used to keep her afloat gave out, and the tug went down in shallower water than was originally planned. Lies in 70 ft of water.

30.04.933N 85.46.820W
U.S.S. CHIPPEWA (Panama City)
The 205 ft navy tug Chippewa was built by Charleston Shipbuilding Company and launched on July 25, 1942, and commissioned in February of 1943. Dimensions:205'x 38.6'  and displaced 1,240 gross tons. Built by Charleston Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., in Charleston, South Carolina. On May 15, 1944, she was reclassified ATF-69.  On Feb 26th  1947 she was commissioned into the reserves and in Jan of 1989, she was committed to the Navy Experimental Dive Unit for use as an explosive training project. Chippewa was sunk as part of the Panama City artificial reef program on Feb 8th 1990, in 95 to 105 ft of water.
29.57.658N 85.48.544W
CINDY-Tug Boat Wreck
Sunk in about 3ft of water 1.5 miles from Egmont Key Light. 10' to 15' of superstructure is visible.
27.34.618N 82.46.089W
CITY OF WASHINGTON - (Monroe County-Keyes)
The City of Washington lies here in 15 to 25 ft of water.

25.08.786N

80.15.354W
CITY OF VERA CRUZ - (Cape Canaveral)
VERA CRUZ was a 286' dual steam engined woodened hull vessel. Sank in 1980 in 72 ft of water.

28.43.143N 

80.23.122W
CITIES SERVICE EMPIRE - (Cape Canaveral)
Cities Service Empire was a 465' long tanker, owned by the Cities Service Oil Company. Originally named the Ampetco. The Cities Service Empire was on route from Port Arthur, Texas, to Philadelphia with petroleum products when she was torpedoed off Cape Canaveral by the U-128 and sunk on the 22nd Feb 1942. Lies 240 ft of water.
28. 23.804N 80.02.800W
CLASSIC BARGE P1 (Palm Beach County)
This 195 ft barge sank in 275 ft of water. Deployed on the 20th June 1989.

26.47.42N

79.59.01W
CLASSIC BARGE P6 (Palm Beach County)
This 195 ft barge lies in 235 ft of water. Deployed on the 20th June 1989.

26.47.03N

79.59.38W
CLAYTON'S HOLLER Artificial Reef (Jacksonville)
Jacksonville's most popular reef site. Two Tugs & barge.

30.18.563N

81.04.350W

CLEARWATER WRECK - WW11 Steamship (Clearwater)
The Clearwater Wreck is said to be the remains of a WW11 steamship and maybe a dredge that sunk during World War II. Lies in 60 ft of water.

27.57.232N 83.07.315W
CLEVE JONES - (Dade)
CLEVE JONES was a 232 ft freighter lies in 155 ft of water. Deployed on the 9th Oct 2002.
25.48.975N 80.04.890W
CLINTON -(Pompano Beach)
CLINTON was a  170 ft freighter. Deployed in 177 ft of water on the 12th May 1995.
26.14.056N 80.03.666W
CLUB WRECK - (Monroe County)
140' Steel wreck lies in 220 ft of water.
25.17.794N 80.08.994W
COLSON'S BARGE (Palm Beach County)
100' Steel Barge lies in 75 ft of water.
26.46.935N 80.00.639W
CONCEPTION (Dade County - Miami)
CONCEPTION was a  150 ft.  Lies in 71 ft of water. Deployed 7th June 1991.
25.53.992N 80.05.053W

COMMANDER - Tug (Bay County- Panama City)
COMMANDER was a steel hulled 65 ft tug boat. Lies in 90 ft of water.

30.03.259N 85.56.871W

CONTAINER BARGE (Bradenton)
This 80 ft barge rests upside down in 95 ft of water. Rises nearly 30 ft off the seabed.

27.29.640N 83.05.760W
COOT (Monroe County)
154 ton Cargo ship lies in 70ft of water sunk on the 17th December 1942.
24.37.026N 82.34.990W
COPENHAGEN SS - (Pompano Beach)
COPENHAGEN was a 325 ft vessel which lies in 31 ft of water. Sank 26th May 1900.
26.12.349N 80.05.108W
COPPEDGE - Tug (Duval)
COPPEDGE was a 98 ft tug lies 80 ft of water. . Deployed on the 30th June 1988.
30.17.361N 80.57.887W
COQUINA - (Dade County - Miami)
COQUINA was a 150 ft vessel deployed in 44 ft of water on 1st  June 1991.
25.46.557N  80.04.444W
COREY N CHRIS - (Broward County - Pompano Beach)
COREY N CHRIS was a  army dredge of 188 ft long and lies in 244 ft of water. Deployed on the 18th May 1986.
26.13.532N 80.03.198W
CORINTHIAN (Monroe County-Upper Keys)
CORINTHIAN lies in 138 ft of water.
24.53.139N 80.32.129W
CORNER BARGE (Martin County)
Barge lying in 72 ft of water on the Ernst Reef.
27.09.399N 80.03.265W
CORKY M - (Broward)
CORKY M is a 41 foot wreck. Lies in 65 ft of water. Deployed on the 8th April 1997.
26.10.085N 80.04.709W

CRANE BARGE (Sarasota)
The Crane Barge is approximately 90 ft long and sits in 110 ft of water.

26.45.900N 82.50.812W
CROSS CURRENT BARGE (Palm Beach County)
This 195 ft barge lies in 61 ft of water. Deployed on the 31st May 1998.
26.45.69N  80.01.26W
CRUSIN (Escambia)
CRUISIN  lies in 73 ft of water.
30.11.844N 87.25.235W
CRUZ DEL SUR (Dade)
CRUZ DEL SUR was a 287 ft German freighter. Lies in 240 ft. Deployed 19th Dec 1986.
25.57.692N 80.04.349W

CURB USS (ARS-21) Diver Class Salvage Vessel (Keyes)
USS Curb was a 213 ft naval salvage steel tug. Deployed on Nov 24th 1983 as an artificial reef. Lies in 185 ft of water.

24.26.212N 81.46.127W
CURRY BARGE - (Broward)
This 30 ft steel barge lies in 70 ft of water. Deployed 31st Dec 1994.
26.00.486N 80.05.606W
D-3 (Sarasota County)
10 Steel Boxcars in 105 ft of water.
27.15.937N 83.07.252W
D-4 (Sarasota County)
1- Steel Boxcars in 105 ft of water.
27.15.445N 83.07.144W
D-6 (Sarasota County)
Boxcars in 100 ft of water.
26.57.20N 82.54.20W
D-9 (Sarasota County)
Steel Crane, barge & Glass boats in 100 ft of water.
26.54.719N 82.55.893W
DANTOR - (Broward)
DANTOR was a 160 ft steel freighter. Deployed on 2nd May 2002 in 128 ft of water.
26.00.590N 80.04.989W
DANIA DREDGE
110' Dredge sunk in 23 ft of water.
27.45.174N 82.31.057W
DANNY MCCAULEY-POCAHONTAS TUG BOAT- (Palm Beach County)
Built in 1944, the 110' WWII Canadian Pocahontas tug boat was sunk on February 22, 2013 as an artificial reef in memory of Danny McCauley of West Palm Beach.
26.47.06N 80.01.01W
DAVEY HURST - (Miami)
This 90 ft vessel lies in 265 ft of water. Deployed April 1998.
25.41.00N 80.04.00W
DAVID T. WRECK (Martin County)
200' Repair Landing Craft deployed on the 1st January 1982 in 82ft of water.
27.12.229N 80.02.816W
DAVIS BARGE - (Bay County)
Lies in 50 ft of water.
30.00.523N 85.36462W
DEBBIE SCHMIDT TOWER (Martin County)
20'x20'x20' Base & 25' Steel Tower in 180 ft of water. Deployed 27th June 2008.
27.13.277N 80.00.266W
DEBORAH M/V -(Okaloosa County)
DEBORAH was a 135 ft tugboat. Lies in 127 ft of water. Deployed on the 23rd June 1999.
30.07.512N 86.35.392W

DELIVERANCE - Tug (Pensacola - Escambia)
Deliverance is a 65 ft tug boat deployed to form an artificial reef on the 24th October 1989. Lies in 75 ft of water close to the wrecks of the Sylvia and Tessie. 

30.10.905N 87.14.618W
DEEP FREEZE - (Dade)
DEEP FREEZE was a 210 ft vessel. Lies in 135 ft of water. Deployed 1st October 1976.
25.49.303N 80.04.952W
DEMA TRADER - (Dade)
DEMA TRADER was a  165 ft steel ship. Lies in 80 ft of water. Deployed on the 28th Oct 2003.
25.42.218N 80.05.215W
DEP FLAP (Okaloosa County)
DEP LAP  lies in 140 ft of water. Deployed on the 29th Oct 1996.
30.05.113N  86.21.392W
DEP LAP VALP #2 (Okaloosa County)
DEP LAP VALP was a 65 ft steel ship. Lies in 105 ft of water. Deployed on the 22nd March 1996.
30.09.81N 86.24.77W
DESTIN FISH TANKS -(Destin)
14 x M60 Army Tanks were deployed in three sets during Dec 1994. Depths are 65 to 70 ft.
30.21.775N
30.21.790N
30.21.517N
86.35.359W
86.35.355W
86.29.690W
DEWIT CLINTON - (Broward)
150 ft Dredge Dewit Clinton deployed in 156 ft of water.
26.14.056N 80.03.666W
DICKEY BOY WRECK
In 90 feet of water. Off Canaveral.
28.36.010N 80.18.860W
DNR BARGES - (Broward)
These steel barges lie in 70 ft of water. Deployed 31st Dec 1982.
26.08.557N 80.04.637W

DOC'S BARGE (Pinellas County)
DOC'S barge  is approx: 75 ft long. Lies in 60 ft of water.

27.30.395N 82.59.137W

DOC DE MILLY - (Miami - Dade)
DOC DE MILLY was a 287 ft steel freighter. Lies in 150 ft of water. Deployed 6th March 1986. Built in 1949 as the Nuevo Rio and renamed to honor a legendary Miami vetinarian and pioneer.

25.21.593N 80.07.515W

DOLPHIN - Shrimper (Franklin County)
DOLPHIN was a 85 ft long shrimper. Sank on Dec 18th 1984. Lies in 85 ft of water. 

29.23.084N 84.45.844W
DONALDSON BARGE - (Martin County)
This barge lies in 58 ft of water.
27.12.026N 80.05.695W
DONALDSON REEF BARGE 2 (Martin County)
This barge lies upside down in 65 ft of water.
27.13.953N 80.06.708W
DONALDSON BARGE 3 (Martin County)
This barge lies in 62 ft of water.
27.13.364N 80.06.959W
DONALD G MACALLISTER - (Broward)
This 101 ft New York Harbor Tug lies in 70 ft of water. Deployed 23rd June 1988.
26.00.548N 80.05.565W
DONATION BARGE - (Palm Beach County)
150' Steel Barge deployed on the 7th Feb 2007 in 210 ft of water.
26.47.945N 79.59.465W
DON PHILLIPS BARGE (Escambia)
This 120 ft barge sits in 100 ft of water. Deployed the 9th Jan 2005.
30.05.75N 87.10.06W
DRAGA DE ARENA (Martin County)
188' Steel Barge also called Mercedes II lies in 88ft of water.
27.12.253N 80.02.870W
DUTCH WRECK
60 feet. Off Canaveral.
28.28711N 80.22.010W
EAST BARGE (Panama City) 30.04.04N 85.45.31W

USCG DUANE - (Monroe County-Keyes)
USCG Coastguard Cutter Wk lies in 118 ft. Deployed in 1985 as recreational diving site. 327'x41' built 1935.

24. 59.388N 80.22.888W
DUNHAM WHEELER (Brevard)
This vessel lies in 60 ft of water.
28.11.170N 80.19.670W
EAGLE GUNBOAT - (Monroe County)
800 ton Gunboat lying in 20ft of water.
24.38.45N 82.06.48W

EAGLE TIRE -Freighter (Upper Keys - Monroe County)
This 269 ft Dutch freighter now lies in 110 ft of water. Also known as the RAILA DAN. Built in Holland in 1962, this freighter was acquired and sunk by the Florida Keys Artificial Reef Association.  Deployed on 19th December 1985.

24.52.213N 80.34.346W
EBEN-EZER 2 - (Broward)
This 85 ft Island freighter lies in 69 ft of water. Deployed 14th May 2002.
26.00.398N 80.05.589W
ED - (Bay County)
Lies in 87 ft of water.
29.50.949N 85.38.241W

EDWARD LUCKENBACH - (Monroe County)
The Edward Luckenbach was built in 1916 by the Fore River Ship Building Company of Quincy, Massachusetts. Dimensions: 437'x57'. The Luckenbach was owned by the Luckenbach Steamship Company of New York. On July 2, 1942, the Edward Luckenbach when on route from Jamaica to New Orleans carrying a mixed cargo of tungsten ore, lumber, and mail. The cargo of 10,000 tons of tungsten was valued at $1.5 million.  She hit two allied mines and sank. One crew member died in the initial explosion while the remaining 41 crew and 12 U.S. Naval Armed Guards survived the incident. The Luckenbach was salvaged after the sinking  to recover the tungsten which was reportedly 1/6 of the worlds supply. Afterwards, the wreck was wire-dragged as a hazard to navigation. The wreck now sits in 65' of water and is scattered over a wide area

24.56.948N 81.54.049W
EIDSVAG - (Rivera Beach) Also know as OWENS
This 150 ft freighter built in 1941 lies in 80 ft of water.
26.46.02N 80.00.50W
EL COTTINGHAM (Charlotte County)
523 ton Schooner sunk on the 10th June 1906. Lies in 600 ft of water.
26.58.03N 85.09.08W
ELIZABETH MASSEY (Brevard)
This vessel lies in 240 ft.
28.09.170N 80.00.670W

EL LERRI TYRRI (San Felipe)- English Merchantman (Upper Keyes)
From 1733 Armada went down in Hurricane. English built merchant ship. 100' x 30'. Ballast stones only. Can be found in 15 ft of water. Vessel was 486 tons.

24.50.753N 80.42.867W

EL INFANTE - Galleon (Upper Keys)
Was one of the two major treasure galleons of the ill fated 1733 fleet. The ship was built in 1724, was 326 tons and carried 40 cannon.

24.56.57N 80.28.58W
EL NAUVA VICTORIOSA - Galleon (Dade)
Sank in the great storm of 1773. Wreckage lies in 25 ft of water.
25.19.500N 80.10.500W

EL POPULO - Nuestra Senora Del POPULO - Galleon (Upper Keys)
Sank in the great storm of 1773. State site file #8MO147. What you'll find here is scattered ballast and some timbers. There was one Pillar Dollar recorded as being found on the wreck, along with cannons and personal artifacts. Vessel was a 14 gun corvette.

25.21.85N 80.09.69W
EL SUECO DE ARIZONA - Galleon (Upper Keys)
Sank in the great storm of 1773. Wk lies in 13 ft of water.
24.46.57N 80.53.32W
EMMI BOGGS - (Broward)
This 55 ft LCM barge wreck lies in 75 ft of water. Deployed 8th December 1995.
26.00.605N 80.05.616W
ELGIN LANDING CRAFT (Okaloosa County)
This 74 ft vessel lies in 94 ft of water. Deployed on the 29th Nov 2000.
30.15.917N 86.23.16W
ELROY - Tug (Bay County)
Tug lies in 119 ft of water.
29.53.465N 85.57.079W
ELVIRA - Charter Boat (Panama City)
The Elvira was a steel hulled charter boat sunk to form an artificial reef. She now sits in 70 ft of water, approximately 200 ft to the west of the PCMI Barge.
30.06.804N 85.49.782W
EMILY BROWN - (Monroe County)
Two masted vessel sunk on the 17th August 1979. Lies in 14 ft of water.
24.33.83N 81.48.98W

EMPIRE MICA - Ocean Tanker (Panama City)
Empire Mica was British Standard Type Ocean Tanker built in 1941 for the Ministry of War Transport at Haverton Hill, Teeside, by Furness S.B. Co. of Haverton Hill on Tees. Dimensions:479'  x 61' and 8,032 gross tons and  powered by 674 nhp triple expansion engine. On June 29, 1942 when on route from Houston/New Orleans to the United Kingdom with a cargo of 12,000 tons of oil, she was torpedoed by the U-67 and sunk.  A total of 33 crewmen were lost. Lies in 115 ft of water.

29.18.724N 85.21.259W
EPV SITE - BARGE (Duval)
This barge lies in 75 ft of water. Deployed on the 31st Dec 1987.
30.12.881N 81.04.753W
ERICA OF EXUMA (Indian River County)
This wk lies in 600 ft of water. Position is PA. 114' Landing Craft.
27.40.03N 79.53.000W
ERICKSON - (Monroe County)
65' Fishing Smack sunk in  10 ft of water.
24.35.21N 81.48.58W
ERNST Barge 1 (Martin County)
Barge lies in 71 ft of water.
27.09.312N  80.03.225W
ERNST Barge 2 (Martin County)
This barge lies in 72 ft of water.
27.09.399N 80.03.265W
ERNST Barge 3 (Martin County)
This barge lies in 71 ft of water.
27.09.395N 80.03.312W
ESCAPE MACHINE - (Monroe County)
40' Wood Motor Yacht built in 1950. Lies in 27ft of water.
25.10.31N 81.29.98W
ESJOO - (Miami)
This 70 ft steel cargo ship lies in 51 ft of water. Sank June 1987.
25.48.078N 80.04.955W
ESSO BONAIRE - (Pam Beach County)
This 147 ft Harbor Tanker lies in 90 ft of water. Sank on 23rd July 1989.
26.57.850N 80.00.480W
ESMERALDA - (Biscayne Bay)
147 ft Luxury Yacht sank in 200 ft of water off Biscayne Bay on December 27 1927. The Esmeralda was originally built in 1897 as the Hiawatha. A 219 ton steel hull with 147' long and 21' beam with a 1000 horsepower gas engine. In 1924 she was purchased by Thomas J. Peters of Miami, who renamed her Esmeralda.
25.42.415N 80.04.806W
ESPARTA - (Florida East Coast)
Steam Freighter (Refrigeration Ship) of New York owned by United Fruit Cpy. Built in 1904 at Belfast. Dimensions:330.6' x 44.5' x 28.9' and carrying a cargo of food when torpedoed by U-123 on April 19th 1942. Lies 56 ft of water.
30.50.45N 81.09.58W
ETOILE DE MER - (Miami)
This 80 ft steel MFV  lies in 130 ft of water. Deployed 13th July 2001.
25.41.97N  80.04.99W
EXXON TEMPLATE - Oil Rig (Franklin)
Huge Oil Rig Structure in 105 ft of water in 1980.
29.17.720N 84.36.824W
FAMI TUGS (Panama City)
Four old tug boats lay deteriorating in Bay County. In 2003 two were deployed in 100 ft of water.
29.58.132N 85.51.259W
FANTASTICO - Freighter (Lee-Collier County)
200 ft Honduran Freighter lies in 115 ft. Sank on 13th March 1993 in the storm of the Century.
26.17.775N 82.50.082W
FERNANDINA BANKS- "BARBETT" (Nassau County)
This wooden ship lies in 70 ft of water. Deployed on the 31st Dec 1975.
30.36.58N 81.10.58W
FIN BARGE
As the name suggests, this is just a large barge. Known locally as the FIN BARGE.
27.29.713N 83.05.689W
FIRE BOAT - (Miami - Dade)
This 110 ft boat lies in 222 ft of water. Sank on 1st June 1973.
25.50.572N 80.03.911W
FISH AMERICA/Jim Torgerson (Broward County)
160 ft former navy RSB-1 workboat lies in 115 ft of water. Deployed 23rd April 1994.
26.13.642N 80.03.895W
FISH AMERICA 1 FOUNDATION BARGE (St' Lucie County)
65'x40'x5' Steel Deck Barge lies in 55ft of water. Deployed on the5th June 2009.
27.31.213N 80.11.169W
FLINTSTONE (Monroe County)
57' Shrimper sunk in 12ft of water.
24.37.63N 82.42.60W
FLORIDA LEAGUE OF ANGLERS (FLA) - (Broward)
This 144 ft Navy Minesweeper was deployed on 8th July 1986 in 388 ft of water.
26.10.15N 80.03.36W
FONTAINEBLEAU (Panama City) 30.09.52N 85.53.61W
FOX - British Naval Schooner
18 guns 150 tons, that sank SE of the modern day East Pass bell buoy to St. George's Sound.
29.44.30N 84.38.35W
FRED T BERRY USS (DD858) - Fletcher Class Destroyer (Keyes)
FRED T BERRY was a 390 ft destroyer now lies in 370 ft of water off Key West. Sunk in May 1972 during under water experiments.
24.27.21N 81.33.09W
Ft. PIERCE Deep Tug Boat (St. Lucie County)
This 155 ft Steel tugboat sits in 186 ft of water.
27.24..386N 80.00.175W
Ft. PIERCE Steel Deck Barge (St. Lucie County)
Steel Deck Barge 100'x40'x8' deployed on the 28th June 1995 in 51 ft of water.
27.26.651N 80.10.351W
FUGGHEDABOUDIT WRECK (Sebastian Inlet)
Resting in 300 ft of water this Wk appears to be a large freighter.
27.56.180N 79.58.160W
GALLATEA (Brevard County)
Steel ship of 50 feet. Lies in 120 ft of water. Deployed 21st November 1997.
28.30.298.N 80.13.128W
GALLO INDIANA LA ALMIRANTA - Galleon (Upper Keyes)
Also called the "Cannonball Wreck". Lies in about of water. From the 1733 fleet that went down in a hurricane. 500 Ton ship that carried 60 Cannon. Massive warship.
 

24. 48.619N

 

80.45.932W
GATEWAY Barge (Gulf County)
This 70 ft barge lies in 80 ft of water.
29.50.199N 85.35.820W
GILBERT SEA (Palm Beach County)
This 175 ft vessel lies in 90 ft of water. Deployed on the 17th March 2002.
26.45.191N 80.00.622W
GILMER DREDGE (Apalachicola)
The Gilmer Dredge was sunk by a hurricane around 1938. She was approximately 130 ft in length and had a 30 ft beam. The Dredge sits upside down in 85 ft of water.
29.19.763N 84.55.128W
GIMROCK ATLAS/RECYCLING BARGE -(Miami)
This 195 ft hopper barge lies in 112 ft of water. Sank August 1998.
25.49.00N 80.05.00W
GIMROCK 504 BARGE - (Dade)
This 100 ft barge lies 248 ft of water and was deployed on the 26th May 2004.
25.42.42N 80.04.05W
GLASRUD-BIG AL TUG (Martin County)
69' Tugboat in 187ft of water sunk on the 24th February 2010.
27.12.698N 80.00.259W
GRADY BARGES - (Broward)
This 2 x 43 ft barges lie in 191 ft of water. Deployed 2nd March 2000.
26.06.764N 80.04.228W
GRADY HOPPER BARGE - (Broward)
This 61 ft hopper barge filled with 150 tons of concrete lies in 70 ft of water. Deployed 2nd March 2001.
26.00.615N 80.05.644W
GREY GHOST - Tug (Panama City)
The 105 ft long ex-Navy ocean going tug Grey Ghost was sunk 22 miles offshore by Panama City Marine Institute's Artificial Reef Program in coordination with Bay County and a federal grant on July 12, 1978. Lies in 105 to 110 ft of water.
30.02.810N 86.05.530W
USAFS General Hoyt S. Vandenberg

27th May 2009 the ship USNS Hoyt S. Vandenberg, was sunk about 7 miles off the coast of Key West making it the world’s second-largest intentionally sunk artificial reef. The vessel was originally built during WWII for troop transport but was acquired by the US NAVY and converted at enormous expense to a Missile Tracking Ship. Lies in 145 feet.
24.27.597N 81.44.188W
GOLOENK - (Monroe County)
Fishing vessel sunk in 30ft of water.
24.30.07N 81.48.46W
USS BENJAMIN H. GRIERSON - Liberty Ship (Panama)
The Benjamin H. Grierson is one of many Liberty Ships that were quickly built around the U.S. during World War II. The Grierson was built in 1943 by the Oregon Ship Building Corporation in Portland, Oregon. Many Liberty Ships were named for officers of the Civil War. Benjamin H Grierson served as a colonel in the Union Army. After the war he organized the 10th cavalry regiment of white and black soldiers, known as the Buffalo Soldiers. Grierson?s career in the U.S. Army is featured in the TNT documentary, "Buffalo Soldiers".

In November, 1949, the ship was laid up in the Mobile Reserve Fleet near Mobile, Alabama. She was eventually acquired by the Florida Department of Natural Resources and deployed as an artificial reef on September 29, 1977. The Grierson (often called just Liberty Ship by locals) lies at a depth of 77 feet. The ship is 441-feet in length with a 57-foot beam. She rises 20 feet off the bottom. The ship was cut at the waterline, but several bulkheads are still in place.
29.59.020N 85.42.370W
GULF AMERICA - (Steam Tanker)
Gulf America was a steam tanker of 8081 tons. She was on route from PORT ARTHUR for NEW YORK carrying 90,000 barrels of fuel oil when she was torpedoed by a German submarine U-123 on the 11th of April 1942 and sunk. 10 crew from a total of  48 were lost.
30.16.40N 81.13.40W
GULFPORT
American Steam tug that foundered in 1943. 224grt. Built 1902.
   
GULFSTATE - (Steam Tanker) -(Monroe County)
Gulfstate was an American Steam Tanker of 6882 tons and built in 1920. She was on route from CORPUS CHRISTI & GALVESTON for NEW YORK & PORTLAND (MAINE) when she was torpedoed by U-155 and sunk. 36 crew lost from a total of 54. Lies in 490 ft of water.
24.26.01N
position is PA
 
80.17.98W
position is PA
 
GUNSMOKE - Shrimper (Pinellas County-Tampa)
The Gunsmoke was an old shrimper that was being used to smuggle marijuana into Florida. In 1977, the 65 ft Gunsmoke was scuttled by her crew. Lies in 80 ft.
27.33.453N 83.05.131W
GUNVOR WRECK - (Monroe County)
277'x 43' Steel Norwegian Freighter built in 1935. Lies in 60 ft of water. Sunk on the 15th June 1942.
24.56.924N 81.46.590W
GUY HARVEY - (Pompano Beach)
This 185 ft former Haitian freighter lies in 145 ft of water. Deployed 18th May 1997.
She was formerly the M/V Lady Kimberley built in Holland in 1957.
26.00.615N 80.05.644W
GWALIA - Tug (Florida Middle Grounds)
The Gwalia was a 130 ft ocean-going tug built in Philadelphia in 1907. The ship left Mobile, Ala., on Dec. 2, 1925 with the barge Altamaha and a load of gravel destined for the Tampa Coal Company. The tug, taking on water, cut loose the barge and the crew abandoned ship.
28.29.893N 84.06.910W
HALLOWEEN BARGE (Martin County)
This barge lies in 122 ft of water.
27.13.048N 80.01.672W
HALSEY
The Halsey was built in 1920 as a steam tanker of 7088 tons by the Bethlehem SB Corporation of California. Dimensions: 433' x  56'. On 6th May 1942, the Halsey was on route to New York with a full load of fuel of 40,000 barrels of fuel oil, gasoline, and 40,000 barrels of naptha taken on in Corpus Christi, Texas. Torpedoed by U-333. Lies in 65'.
27.20.118N 80.04.020W
HATTIE G. McFARLAND
A 546 ton barque sank Feb. 6, 1891 in ballast, quite near the wreck of the MISS JENNY (13248.8 47006.5) a modern 55' boat.
30.19.30N 87.18.80W
H.A.V PARKER 111 BARGE - (Miami)
This 120 ft steel barge lies in 70 ft of water. Sank August 1998.
25.41.817N 80.05.240W
HELENS BARGES (Lee County)
Two steel barges 60ft and 42 ft deployed on the 21st Hune 2001.
26.63.221N 82.28.601W
HELICOPTER (Panama City) 30.02.35N 85.43.31W
HELLCAT - Airplane (Clearwater - Pasco County)
The remains of this airplane, claimed to be a World War II Hellcat, sit in 25 ft of water.
28.16.683N 82.57.191W
HERMIS  (Gulf of Mexico)
The Hermis was a Panamanian Steam Freighter of 4995 tons and 373 ft in length and built in 1919. She was on route from NEW ORLEANS for ARUBA carrying a general cargo when she was torpedoed by U-158 in position 23.08N 84.42W. The ship did not sink immediately and its last position was reported to be 24.36.01.52N 83.31.59.42W. One crew lost from a total crew of 51. This wreck will be very deep water.
24.36.015N
position is PA
 
83.31.594W
position is PA
 
HERON - Tug (Pensacola)
The Tug “Heron” and an LCM Landing Craft were deployed as artificial reefs in 1990. The two wrecks sit upright and side by side 80’ apart. Depths 75-95’.
30.08.185N 87.13.665W
HERRERA - Galleon (Upper Keys)
Sank in the great storm of 1773.  Remains lie in 16 ft of water.
24.57.663N 80.35.849W
HH BARGE - (Duval)
This barge lies in 67 ft of water. Was deployed on 26th May 1994.
30.34.518N 81.07.916W
HOG HEAVEN - (Ft. Lauderdale)
This 180 ft barge lies in 70 ft of water. Deployed 19th September 1986.
26.08.182N 80.04.786W
HOLSTEIN M/V - Freighter (Tampa)
This steel freighter was built in 1962 and sank carrying a cargo of flour in 1992 due to bad weather. Lies in 200 ft of water.
28.19.126N 84.26.373W
HOLLAND BARGE (Panama City) 30.05.43N 85.45.89W
HOLLISWOOD (Hernando County)
This vessel lies in 114 ft of water.
28.29.500N 84.01.000W
HOLLYWOOD BARGE - (Broward)
These two steel barges lie in 65 ft of water. Deployed in 1st Feb 1995.
26.00.459 80.N05.623W
HOPPER BARGE (Bradenton)
100 ft cement barge sank in 1930. Lies upside down in 80 ft of water.
27.09.691N 82.53.062W
HOPPER BARGE - (Dade)
This 175 ft barge lies in 234 ft of water. Deployed on 1st Dec 1971.
25.45.622N  80.02.827W
HOUSE BOAT - (Broward)
This 70 ft vessel sank in 95 ft of water in 31st Dec 1974.
26.08.168N 80.04.402W
HOUSE BOAT - (Dade)
This 40 ft house boat lies in 95 ft of water. Sank on 1st May 1982.
25.40.144N 80.04.216W
HOVERCRAFT L1 CAT
100 ft Hovercraft sunk in 74 ft of water. Deployed in 1995.
30.04.249N 85.48.725W
HYDRO ATLANTIC - (Boca Raton)
This 330 ft hopper vessel sank in 174 ft of water. Deployed 7th Dec 1987.
26.19.467N 80.03.043W
JAY DORMAN - (Pompano Beach - Broward)
This 130 ft Luxury English schooner Panda lies in 78 ft of water. Deployed 28th Feb 1988.
26.13.857N 80.04.027W
JAY SCUTTI - (Ft. Lauderdale)
This 95 ft Dutch tug lies in 67 ft of water. Deployed 19th Sept 1986.
26.09.520N 80.04.760W
JIM ATRIA (Broward)
This  227 ft freighter lies in 112 ft of water. Deployed 23rd Sept 1987. Vessel was formerly called Poinciana.
26.09.09N 80.03.70W
JIM PENNEY BARGE - (Pensacola)
One of the oldest barges off Pensacola. Mostly broken. Lies in 60 feet of water.
30.10.890N 87.17.670W
JOES NIGHTMARE BARGE - (Broward)
This 90 ft barge lies in 217 ft of water. Deployed 31st Dec 1996.
26.04.225N 80.04.225W
JOE'S TUG (Monroe County)
This 90 ft tugboat lies in 65 ft of water. Sank 21st Jan 1989.
24.27.85N 81.44.27W
JOHNNY MORRIS OFFSHORE ANGLER - (Broward)
This 237 ft Wk lies in deep water at 215 ft. Deployed 27th April 1996.
26.14.382N 80.03.411W
JOHNNY WALKER - Barge (Bay County)
This barge lies in 220 ft of water.
29.16.870N 85.51.639W
JOSEPH E. BROWN - Liberty Ship (Pensacola)
The Liberty ship Joseph E. Brown was built in 1943 by the Southeastern Shipbuilding Corporation in Savannah, Georgia. She was laid up in the Reserve fleet in 1946 but was withdrawn in 1976. The 500 ft long Joseph E. Brown was scuttled as an artificial reef on September 29, 1977. Lies in 118 ft of water.
30.12.813N 86.48.382W
JOSEPH L. MEEK - Liberty Ship (Pensacola -Escambia)
The 480 ft long Liberty ship Joseph L. Meek was built in 1942 by the Oregon War Industries Ship Building Company in Portland, Oregon. The Meek was laid up in the James River Reserve fleet until June of 1976, she was withdrawn from the reserves and had her superstructure removed. She was deployed on Nov 5 1976, as an artificial reef by the Department of Commerce. Lies in 80 ft.
30.16.289N 87.09.617W
JOSEPH M. CUDAHY - OIL WRECK (Off Fort Myers)
This American Steam tanker was 430 ft in length and 6949 tons and was built in 1921 by Sun Shipbuilding Co, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA. When on route from Houston to Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania carrying a cargo of 77,444 barrels of crude and lubrication oil when she was sunk by U-507 in position 25.30N 83.45W. Two days later  the burning hulk was sent to the bottom by the USS Coral as she was a danger to shipping. Sinking position given as 24.57N 84.10W in deep water. Now identified as the "OIL WK" by the AUE in June 2007 in position 25.01.37N 82.45.38W.
25.01.370N
 
82.45.380W
 
JOE SMITH BARGE -also known as the JOE P. BARGE (Panama City) 30.04.98N 85.45.57W
JOHNNY WALKER - (Bay County)
Lies in 220 ft of water.
29.16.870N 85.51.639W
K2 SAILBOAT (Pinellas County)
35' Steel Sailboat in 100ft of water. Sunk on the 3rd April 2012.
27.41.757N 83.17.520W
KAISER - Wood & Steel Tug (Mexico Beach)
The tug boat Kaiser 97 tons is said to have sunk in a storm on Aug 3rd 1898. The 92 ft tug now sits in 45 ft of water. Also know as the William J Keyser.
29.53.904N 85.31.094W
KENDRICK USS (DD-612) - Bristol Class Destroyer (Monroe County-Keyes)
This 2450 tons destroyer of 348 ft lies in 325 ft of water. Deployed in 2nd March 1968.
24.27.608N 81.36.064W
KEN M. REEF TUGBOAT(St Lucie County)
This 71 ft tugboat lies in 124 ft of water. Deployed the 31st Dec 1992.
27.24.444N 80.01.283W
KEN VITALE - TRACY - (Ft. Lauderdale)
This 132 ft Oil Rig Supply Ship lies in 60 ft of water. Deployed 3rd February 1999.
26.09.599N 80.04.763W
KEY WEST TOURNAMENT REEF BARGE (Monroe County)
This barge lies in 205 ft of water.
24.25.673N 81.45.584W
KINGRY BARGE (Escambia)
This barge lies in 90 ft of water. was deployed on 16th Nov 1993.
30.09.577N  87.13.902W
KNICKLEBINE BARGE (Escambia)
This 117 ft barge lies in a 122 ft of water. Deployed on the 12th Feb 2003.
30.01.970N 87.11.495W
KOPY CAT - (Monroe County)
Fishing vessel lying in 30ft of water.
24.30.07N 81.48.46W
KORSHOLM (Brevard)
This vessel lies in 60 ft of water.
28.12.170N 80.29.270W
K TOWER Barge (Franklin)
This barge lies in 60 ft of water and was deployed on 31st Dec 1981.
29.39.966N  84.22.152W
HALSEY (St. Lucie County)
433'x56' Steam Tanker built in 1930. Torpedoed on the 6th June 1942.
27.20.02N
position is PA.
80.12.97W
position is PA
HELENS BARGES (Charlotte County)
2 x 60' Barges deployed on 21st June 2001 in 30 ft of water.
26.37.933N 82.17.161W
HERMIS (Monroe County)
373' Panamanian Freighter sunk on the 7th June 1942. Lies in 50 ft of water.
24.36.015N 83.31.594W
HERON Tugboat (Escambia)
This 53ft tugboat lies in 90 ft of water. Deployed on the 22nd Jul 1990.
30.08.188N 87.13.665W
H. H. CONWAY - (Monroe County)
78 ton trawler sunk on the 24th April 1944. Lies in 25ft of water.
24.40.03N 81.03.98W
HOG HEAVEN - (Broward)
170 ft steel barge lies in  69 ft of water. Deployed 19th Sept 1986.
26.08.102N 80.04.786W
HOLLISWOOD - Cargo (Pasco County-Hernando)
This Cargo vessel sank on 06/30/1920 and was 1141 tons.
28.29.309N 84.00.595W
HOLSTEIN (Pasco County)
Steel Freighter built 1962. Lies in 200ft of water and sank 1st January 1992.
28.19.126N 84.26.373W
HOPPER BARGE - (Dade)
This 150 ft barge lies in 163 ft of water. Deployed 30th June 1981.
25.37.066N 80.04.090W
HUGGINS - (Duval)
This 150 ft ship lies in 90 ft of water. Was deployed on the 31st Dec 1987.
30.22.372N 80.54.008W
HUGO'S APRIL FOOL -(Dade)
This 115 ft steel ship lies in 145 ft of water. Deployed on the 1st Oct 1988.
25.22.027N 80.07.823W
HYDRO ATLANTIC (Palm Beach County)
300'x64' Dredger lies in 165 ft of water. Deployed on the 31st December 1987.
26.19.49N 80.03.04W
IMOR - (Broward)
This 84 ft Polish Trawler lies in 186 ft of water. Deployed 13th Aug 1991.
26.13.048N  80.03.760W
ISABELLA (Naples)
Old Shrimp Boat Wk lies in 58 ft of water.
26.11.146N 82.09.502W
J. A. Moffet Jnr - (Monroe County)
9788grt Tanker torpedoed on the 8th July 1942. Lies in 95ft of water.
24.47.03N 80.41.98W
JANET M/V (Okaloosa County)
This 85 ft vessel sank in 93 ft of water on the 1st Oct 1997.
30.15.840N 86.23.105W
JAY SCUTTI - (Broward)
This 95 ft steel ship lies in 67 ft of water. Deployed 19th Sept 1986.
26.09.52N 80.04.76W
JIM TORGERSON/FISH AMERICAN - (Broward) also known as RSB1
This 160 ft steel ship lies in 120 ft of water. Deployed 23rd April 1994.
26.13.642N 80.03.896W
JOHN MAYDAK - (Dade)
This 50 ft tugboat lies in 60 ft of water. Sank 1st July 1992.
25.39.904N 80.04.217W
LA CAPITANA - Galleon (Upper Keys)
Sank in the storm of 1733. Remains of this wreck lie in 18 ft of water.
24.55.636N 80.31.156W
LADY FREE - (Miami - Dade)
This 90 ft Sailing Schooner lies in 60 ft of water. Sank on 31st Dec 1986.
25.41.45N 80.04.73W
LAERTES - aka "Dutch Wreck"
Dimensions: 5825 tons and 424' x 52'. Powered by the a single 413 horsepower triple expansion engine giving a max speed of 14 knots. She was torpedoed on May 3 1942 by the U-109  Forty-eight out of the crew of sixty-six survived the incident. Lies in 60 ft of water,  also known locally as the "Dutch Wreck".
25.28.531N 80.21.843W
LAKE CITY - (Monroe County)
2485 grt Cargo ship sunk 3rd October 1918. Lies in 240 ft of water.
24.30.03N 81.28.98W
LAKELAND - (Miami - Dade)
This 203 ft steel freighter lies in 140 ft of water. Deployed 16th June 1982.
25.40.067N  80.05.010W
LANDS END ' AND THE "MARY ANN I" - (Dade)
This vessel lies in 46 ft of water. Deployed on 31st Dec 1984.
25.46.557N 80.04.444W
LANDING CRAFT (Sarasota)
Lies in 65 ft of water.
27.12.34N 82.48.21W
LANDING CRAFT - (Bay County)
Lies in 75 ft of water.
29.40.422N 85.30.680W
LANDING CRAFT (Martin County)
200 ft landing craft ship lies in 80 ft of water.
27.12.856N  80.02.030W
LARGO BARGE - (Miami)
This 60 ft vessel lies in 180 ft of water.
25.54.24N 80.04.53W
LARSEN BARGE - (Miami - Dade)
This 60 ft barge lies in 45 ft of water. Deployed 31st Jan  1999.
25.48.702N 80.05.452W
LAS TRES PUENTES - Galleon (Upper Keyes)
Sank in the great storm of 1771. Remains lie in 15 ft of water.
24.53.480N 80.35.488W
LEAD WRECK - (Brevard)
This 525 ft steel ship lies in 78 ft of water.
28.23.391N  80.17.224W
LEONS BARGE - (Dade)
This steel barge lies in 50 ft of water. Deployed 31st Dec 1988.
25.46.682N 80.04.372W
LCM (Escambia)
This 56 ft LCM was deployed on the 22nd July 1990.
30.08.187N 87.13.684W
LCI - (Miami - Dade)
This 150 ft vessel lies in 202 ft of water. Deployed 16th October 1969.
25.47.069N 80.02.993W
LC6-LANDING CRAFT (Martin County)
This 54 ft landing craft lies in 60 ft of water. Sank on 31st Dec 1993.
27.12.959N 80.06.803W
LEROY - Cutter (Panama City)
The Leroy was built by Atlantic Iron Works in Boston, Massachusetts. She was laid down on June 18, 1874, and was originally commissioned as the Revenue Cutter Samuel Dexter. Dimensions: 143.6' x 23' and displaced 209 gross tons. Powered by a 400 hp compound engine.  Samuel Dexter was sold on July 18, 1908, to Aiken Tugboat Company of Pensacola and renamed Leroy. On November 16, 1926, while the Leroy was en route from Pensacola to Tampa and Sarasota when, she started to take on water and sink. Her crew of 15 took to a life boat and reached shore 18 hours later. The Leroy lies scattered in 118 ft of water. Her boiler is about all that is still recognizable.
29 53.358N 85.57.125W
LESLEY TUGBOAT (St. Lucie County)
50' Steel Tugboat deployed 30th April 2008 in 152 ft of water.
27.24.292N 80.01.114W
LESLIE (Cape Canaveral)
The Leslie was freighter of dimensions:2609 tons 255' x  44'. She was torpedoed by U-123. Today she rests in 85 to 100 ft.
28.36.211N 80.16.363W
LIBERTY SHIP (Pensacola)
Lies in 58 ft of water.
30.16.29N 57.09.71W
LIBERTY SHIP - (Bay County) 30.01.820N 85.45.178W
LSMR (Keyes)
260 ft ship lies in 180 ft.
24.26.86N 81.45.59W
LOLA BARGE (Monroe County-Keyes)
This 100 ft barge lies in 184 ft.
24.27.252N 81.46.250W
LONG BEACH BARGE (Panama City) 30.09.43N 85.47.82W
LOSS PONTOON (Panama City)
The LOSS Pontoon is a large metal cylinder designed for lifting disable submarines. It is 15 ft in diameter and 40 ft in length. Lies in 60 ft of water. Deployed in 1978.
30.04.966N 85.44.107W
LOTUS - (Miami - Dade)
This 110 ft twin screw steel freighter lies in 220 ft of water. Deployed 12th Feb 1971.
25.50.574N 80.04.480W
LOWRANCE - (Pompano Beach)
This large 435 ft freighter lies in 210 ft of water. Deployed 31st March 1984.
26.13.202N 80.03.640W
LST (Port St Joe - Gulf County)
This military landing craft sank during its delivery voyage in 1963. 75 ft long vessel lies in 90 ft of water. Sank 31st Dec 1993.
29.40.457N 85.30.620W
L.S.M.R. WRECK (Monroe County)
260' Steel ship lies in 180 ft of water. Deployed 31st December 1983.
24.27.25N 81.46.25W
LUBRAFOL - (New Smyrna)
The MS Lubrafol was a Panamanian motor tanker of 7138 tons on route from Aruba for New York when she was torpedoed by U-564 on the 9th May 1942. 18 crew lost from a total of 44 crew. She  is located in 180 ft of water.
28.58.862N 80.11.341W
LUFTHUS (Palm Beach County)
222'x37'x23' Iron Hulled Barque built in 1868. Lies in 20ft of water. Foundered on the 4th February 1898.
26.33.776N 80.02309W
MAD DOG - Tug (Pensacola)
This 105' steel tug rests on her side in 80 ft of water.
30.11.921N 86.58.028W
MADISON - Steamboat (Troy Springs - Bay County)
The remains of the river steamboat Madison which was  scuttled during the Civil War, and now her wood ribs can be seen in the sand close to Troy Springs.
29.11.797N 85.41.00W
MADAKET aka MANNACAMP - Barge (Cape Canaveral)
The wreck locally known as the "Mannacamp" or "Manakept" wreck is the hopper dredge Madaket.  Lies in 80 ft of water. Dimensions:350' x 52' , capacity of 7,000 tons.  Owned by Resolve Marine Group, she was equipped for their busy salvage operations.  In Jan 1986 she was caught in a strong winter storm and foundered after her accompanying tug lost power. Lies in 76 ft of water.
28.50.821N 80.25.798W
MBARA BARGE
Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association deployed this 200 ft hopper barge in 2000. Lies in 60 ft of water.
29.44.693N 85.41.743W
SV MAGEWIND
40' Sailboat sunk in 28 ft of water. Not much left after recent hurricanes. Sunk in 1982.
27.34.910N 82.45.098W
MANAGUA (Monroe County)
Wreck lies in 425 ft of water.
24.05.01N 81.39.59W
MARIA J. THOMPSON - (Monroe County)
246'x 33' Wooden Schooner sunk in 8 ft of water.
24.35.18N 81.48.53W
MARINE SULPHUR QUEEN (Ft. Myers Area to the Keys)
This vessel disappeared off the west coast of Florida on 4th Feb 1963 on route to Norfolk, VA. Debris from this 524 ft tanker was recovered off Key West but no trace of the vessel or its 39 man crew have ever been found. The Marine Sulphur Queen was formerly called the Esso New Haven and was a type T2 Tanker. The production time of these vessels in 1944 was an amazing 70 days. The 17 year old tanker was purchased and converted for Liquid Sulphur Transportation. The loss of the Marine Sulphur Queen cannot be considered as unusual as 15 of her sister ships suffered the fate of breaking in half! One even did that on its mooring!
Unknown Unknown
MARINER 1 - (Broward)
This vessel was the 170 ft former German freighter Union Express. Deployed the 25th April 1992 in  108 ft of water.
26.14.42N 80.03.51W
MARINER 2 TUG - (Broward)
110 ft tug boat deployed 1st May 1993 in 110 ft of water.
26.13.937N 80.03.828W
MARINER 2 BARGE - (Broward)
This 130 ft barge lies in 110 ft of water. Deployed on 1st March 1993.
26.14.092N 80.03.830W
MARQUARDT'S BARGE
Deployed in 2003. 100 ft barge lies in 60 ft of water.
29.53.522N 85.32.422W
MARY STAR OF THE SEA - (Dade)
This 138 ft ship lies in 244 ft of water. Sank on the 15th  Dec 2000.
25.42.548N 80.04.509W
MARY ST. PHILLIPS - Tug (Pompano Beach)
This 100 ft steel tug was deployed with a 130 ft barge in May 1993. Sits in 110 feet of water.
26.14.110N 80.03.807W
U.S.S. MASSACHUSETTS - Battleship (Pensacola)
The battleship U.S.S. Massachusetts, BB-2, was built by William Cramp & Sons in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and launched in 1893. Dimensions: 586' x 69'. Commissioned on June 10, 1896. On February 31, 1919, she was decommissioned and on January 6, 1921, batteries from Fort Pickens scuttled the U.S.S. Massachusetts.  Lies 21 ft of water with some of the wreckage protruding through the surface.
30.17.825N 87.18.774W
MATTHEW LAWRENCE - (Dade)
This 110 ft steel ship lies in 50 ft of water. Deployed on 1st Han 1996.
25.48.66N 80.05.39W
MAXINE D - (Daytona Beach)
This 165 ft supply vessel sank in 80 ft of water. Deployed in 1994. Lies N/S
29.19.390N 80.44.840W
MBARA BARGE (Mexico Beach)
200 ft Hopper Barge deployed in 2000 in 60 ft of water.
29.44.693N 85.41.743W
MEISSNER CRANE
This crane fell off a barge in bad weather on route to New Orleans. Lies in 65 ft of water.
28.17.709N 83.01.053W
MD-1 (Sarasota County)
Barge & Hopper in 80 ft of water.
27.09.50N 82.53.20W
MENTOR (Monroe County)
7383 grt Cargo ship sunk on the 28th May 1942. Lies in 650 ft of water.
24.11.01N 87.01.98W
MERCEDES WRECK - (Ft. Lauderdale - Broward))
This 194 ft freighter lies in 97 ft of water. Deployed 30th March 1985. Vessel is now broken in half. 55"-100" Depth range.
26.09.365N 80.04.510W
MERCI RABI - (Haulover-Miami)
This 90 ft vessel lies in 159 ft of water. Sank February 1987.
25N 80W
MERCI JESUS - (Broward)
This 90 ft Wk lies in 72 ft of water. Deployed 11th Aug 1998.
26.09.635N 80.04.747W
MERRITT BARGE
This 100 ft barge lies in 65 ft of water.
26.18.110N 80.03.790W
MEXICAN PRIDE (Tampa)
The 200 ft long Mexican Pride was thought to be a bulk product barge. Lies upright and broken in half in 125 ft of water. Believed to be a converted large freighter. Some very large JEWFISH make this wreck their home. I witnessed one fisherman towed around by a Jewfish in his 26ft Grady White for some 4hrs. It took him way out to sea. Probably sunk in the 70's

27.31.375N 83.24.386W
MG-111 BARGE (Palm Beach County)
This 195 ft hopper MG barge lies in 60 ft of water. Sank on the 28th Sept 1995.
26.58.67N 80.01.49W
MG SITE - TUG -(Duval)
This tugboat sits in 75 ft of water and was deployed on the 31st Dec 1960.
30.18.13N 81.06.91W
MICHELLINE - (Broward)
This 32 ft Concrete Sailboat lies in 70 ft of water. Sank 17th December 2000.
26.00.601N 80.05.599W
MIGUANA - (Miami - Dade)
This 101 ft Converted Garbage Scow lies in 138 ft of water. Deployed 13th July 2001.
25.41.963N 80.04.962W
MIDDLE GROUND REEF - (Jacksonville)
Steel Tug Sits is 85 ft of water
30.18.099N 81.06.913W
MIDDLE GROUNDS WRECK
This 44 ft Pacemaker boat lies in 122 ft of water.
28.36.060N 84.07.993W
MIDDLE GROUNDS WRECK
This wooden vessel lies in 128 ft of water.
28.30.540N 84.06.477W
MIDDLE GROUNDS WRECK - Gwalia Ocean Tug (See Gwalia above)
This Ocean Tug lies in 140 ft of water. Identified by AUE.
28.29.906N 84.06.924W
MIKES WRECK - (Monroe County)
Steel hulled vessel on Elbow Reef in 25 ft of water.
25.08.673N 80.15.393W
MILLER LITE - (Palm Beach County)
This 315 ft freighter named after the beer was deployed on the 17th May 1987 in 164 ft of water.
26.14.207N 80.03.677W
MINDANAO USS - Liberty Ship (Daytona Beach)
This 446 ft liberty ship sank in 80 ft of water. Converted to a US Navy repair ship.
29.11.809N 80.44.752W
MINESWEEPER (Ft. Myers)
The wreck of a 60 ft long mine sweeper rests in 70 ft of water.
Unknown Unknown
MINESWEEPER ( Naples)
Wk lies in 40 ft of water.
26.05.883N 82.02.133W
MINESWEEPER (Broward County)
This vessel is a 144 ft in length and rests in 388 ft of water.
26.10.542N 80.03.158W
MINE SWEEPER (Dade)
This 177 ft wooden minesweeper lies in 180 ft of water. Deployed on the 1st June 1971.
25.48.405N 80.03.174W
MIRACLES EXPRESS - (Dade)
This 100 ft ship lies in 50 ft of water. Deployed on 1st July 1987.
25.40.194N 80.04.358W
MISENER CRANE
54 feet deep
28.30.325N 83.12.287W
MISS DANIA BEACH - (Broward)
120 ft long Canadian Naval vessel donated by Derector Shipyard. Lies in 71 ft and deployed on the 29th March 2004
26.00.605N 80.05.502W
MISS JEM - Shrimper
50 ft steel shrimper was sunk in 1984 as an artificial reef. Lies in 71 ft of water.
29.32.003N 84.37.192W
MISS JENNY Tugboat (Escambia)
This 53 fo tugboat lies in 115 et of water. Deployed on the 14th Dec 1990.
29.58.134N 87.12.636W
MISS JENNY - (Palm Beach County)
This 55 ft dredge barge lies in 90 ft of water. Deployed 11th December 1990.
26.57.803N 80.00.449W
MISS KARLEEN - (Palm Beach County)
This 100 ft vessel lies in 90 ft of water. Deployed 11th December 1990.
26.47.180N 80.00.960W
MISS LOURDIES -MIRACLE OF LIFE (Palm Beach County)
165'x38' Steel Oil Field Supply Ship that was used as a cocaine smuggling vessel. Confiscated and used as a Artificial Reef. Deployed on the 10th June 2009 in 140 ft of water.
26.19.188N 80.03.020W
MISS LOUISE (Okaloosa County)
This 95 ft tugboat vessel lies in 58 ft of water.
30.22.286N 86.25.316W
MISS LUCY - (Dade)
This 40 ft steel tugboat lies in 224 ft of water. Sank on 30th May 2001.
25.41.333N 80.04.573W
MISS PATRACIA - (Miami)
This 85 ft tug vessel lies in 53 ft of water. Deployed 30th June 1990.
25.48.475N 80.05.221W
MIZPAH - (Palm Beach County-Rivera Beach)
This 185 ft Greek Luxury Liner lies in 80 ft of water. Sank 1968. Bad currents here.
26.47.168N 80.00.972W
MOBY ONE - (Dade)
This 75 foot wood shrimper lies in 97 feet of water. Sank on 31st Dec 1983.
25.37.04N 80.04.09W
MONACHAN - Tug (Duval)
This tugboat lies in 80 feet of water. Deployed 31st Dec 1995.
30.28.69N  81.04.09W
MONOMY - (Ft. Lauderdale)
This 82 ft wooden yacht lies in 55 ft of water. Sank 31st Dec 1970.
26.08.266N 80.04.833W
MONICA LEE TUGBOAT
49 ft Steel Tugboat. Deployed 10th May 2011
30.09.342N 86.22.224W
MOONLIGHTER Tug (Apalachicola)
110 ft steel tug rests in 73 ft of water 300 ft away from the tug ATLAS
29.31.021N 84.24.787W
MOONSHOT - (Broward)
This 45 ft steel ship lies in 70 ft of water. Deployed 6th May 1989.
26.06.641N 80.03.830W
MORANTZ - Barge (Duval)
This steel barge lies in 65 ft of water. Deployed 31st Dec 1994.
30.25.71N 81.08.93W
MR SITE - UPSIDE-DOWN BARGE (Duval)
This barge lies in 65 feet of water and is upside down. Deployed on the 31st Dec 1959.
30.25.83N 81.13.39W
MR SITE - MAXIES (Duval)
This barge lies in 62 feet of water.
30.25.28N 81.12.45W
MR SITE - Tugboat 1 (Duval)
This tugboat lies in 66 feet of water.
30.26.210N 81.12.979W
MR SITE - Tugboat 2 (Duval)
This tugboat lies in 65 ft of water.
30.26.637N 81.13.054W
MR SITE - Barge (Duval)
This barge lies in 65 ft of water.
30.26.87N 81.13.47W
MTC 120 BARGE - (Duval)
This 123 ft steel barge lies in 69 ft of water and is 8 ft high. Deployed on 31st Dec 1991.
30.16.31N 81.13.56W
MULIPHEN USS - (St. Lucie County)
This 450 ft warship lies in 175 ft of water. Deployed 21st Jan 1989.
27.24.275N 80.00.635W
MUNGER T BALL- "PHOSPHATE WRECK"
This vessel was a American 5104 tons steam tanker and 391 feet in length. Built as Lilmae in 1927 renamed Chilsco, 1935 renamed Munger T Ball. She was carrying 65,000 barrels gasoline, ethyl, pep-regular, kerosene when she was torpedoed and shelled by U-507. 30 crew lost. Identified by the AUE in June 2007.
LORAN
13660.1
25.10.13N
LORAN
44486.6
84.00.44W
MURPHYS BARGE 11 - (Rivera Beach)
This 110 ft  barge lies in 75 ft of water.
26.48.13N 80.01.10W
MYSTICK ISLE - (Miami - Dade)
This 110 ft passenger freighter lies in 193 ft of water. Deployed 30th May 1986.
25.42.208N 80.04.463W
NAPLES BARGE
Wk lies in 32 ft of water.
26.05.13N 81.53.26W
NAPLES SPRING
Not actually a shipwreck but a site of interest. Possible Paleo site, since artifacts have been found all the way out to the Florida Middle Grounds. This freshwater spring in the Gulf is 80 ft across, 220 ft deep, with the bowl dropping away from the sea floor at the 70 ft. depth level.
25.50.45N 82.09.21W
NARCISSUS USS (Pinellas County-Egmont Key)
This 82 ft x 18ft x 8ft 115grt union tug ran aground and rolled over.
27.37.460N 82.48.050W
NARWAL - Freighter (Dade County)
137 ft freighter lies in 115 ft of water. Deployed 17th April 1986.
25.54.203N 80.04.778W
NAVY BARGE (Escambia)
This barge lies 82 ft of water. Was deployed on the 11th June 1993.
30.11.18N 87.14.75W
NAVY CAMEL BARGE (Escambia)
This barge lies in 82 ft of water. Deployed the 22nd Jan 1994.
30.11.194N 87.14.764W
NAVY DIVE TENDER YDT-15 (Escambia)
This 132 ft dive tender lies in 90' of water and is 28' high. Deployed on the 1st April 2000.
30.05.267N 87.09.55W
NAVY DIVE TENDER YDT-14 (Escambia)
This 132 ft navy dive tender lies in 90 ft of water. Deployed on the 1st April 2000.
30.05.33N 87.09.64W
NERVOUS (Monroe County-Upper Keyes)
This wk lies in 205 ft of water.
24.54.127N 80.29.828W
NICK COMOGLIO REEF - (Miami)
This 90 ft steel freighter lies in 150 ft of water. Deployed in January 1997.
25.54.287N 80.04.530W
NIEVES - Galleon (St Lucie County)
This galleon sank in 1715 and her remains can be found in 20 ft of water.
27.26.005N 80.16.824W
NIMROD (Keyes)
Wk lies in 210 ft of water.
24.51.494N 80.33.972W
NINE MILE REEF - Artificial Reef Site - (Jacksonville)
This site is popular for it's wk's in depths 75 ft.
Open sided barge
Vic's barge
Asphalt Barge - Centre of the site
52 foot Steamer Tug
Fishing Boat


30.23.175N
30.23.263N
30.23.533N
30.23.675N
30.24.386N


81.09.493W
81.10.474W
81.10.263W
81.10.291W
81.09.746W
NM SITE - BARGE (Duval)
This barge sits in 58 ft of water.
30.24.17N 81.10.06W
NM SITE - NM BARGE (Duval)
This barge lies in 68 ft of water.
30.23.348N 81.10.620W
NM SITE - FISHING BOAT - (Duval)
This vessel lies in 63 ft of water and was deployed on the 31st Dec 1988.
30.24.38N 81.09.77W
NM SITE - TAR BARGE (Duval)
This barge lies 58 ft of water.
30.23.55N 81.10.27W
NM SITE - TUG - (Duval)
This tugboat sits in 70 ft of water. Deployed on the 31st Dec 1980.
30.23.42N 81.10.42W
NM SITE - BARGE 80 - (Duval)
This barge sits in 58 ft of water and was deployed on the 31st Dec 1980.
30.23.28N 81.10.51W
NOAH SMITH (Brevard)
This vessel lies in 105 ft of water.
28.09.565N 80.12.089W
NO NAME WRECK (Sarasota)
Lies in 96 ft of water.
27.17.25N 83.09.55W
NONA GALE (Pasco County)
40' Fishing vessel in 11ft of water.
28.17.91N 83.18.08W
NORLINDO - (Monroe County)
The American steam freighter Norlindo was 2686 tons and 253 ft in length. Built in 1920 by Globe Shipbuilding Co, Superior. Formerly built as Lake Glaucus for US Shipping Board, Washington DC. In 1925 sold to Merchants & Miners Transportation Co, Baltimore MD and renamed Volusia. In 1941 sold to Norlasco SS Co, New York and renamed Norlindo, but in the same year given back to Merchants & Miners Transportation Co. Torpedoed on May 4th 1942 by the U-507. 5 crew lost. Submarine records report the sinking at 24.57.00N 84.00.00W Vessel was in ballast. Depths in the area of sinking are in the region of 2400 ft.
24.57.03N
position is PA
84.00.44W
position is PA
NORTH TUG - (Duval)
This steel tugboat sits in 80 ft of water. Was deployed on 31st Dec 1980.
30.18.56N 81.04.36W
NORTH BARGE (Martin County)
Barge lying in 71ft of water on the Ernst Reef.
27.09.395N 80.03.312W
NORTHWEST - (Marquesas)
Wk lies in 81 ft of water.
24.35.802N 81.53.216W
NORTHERN LIGHT - Schooner Barge - "Elbow Wk"( Key Largo - Upper Keys)
This 300' schooner barge of 2,476 tons was built in 1898. Carrying a cargo of phosphate rock in 1930, it foundered in bad weather. Lies in 190 ft of water. Known as the Elbow Wreck.
25.07.649N 80.14.073W
NOULA EXPRESS - (Palm Beach County-Boca Raton)
This 114'x23' Danish freighter built in 1939 lies in 70 ft of water. Deployed 12th July 1988.
26.19.290N 80.03.459W
NUESTRA SRA DE LA ATOCHA - Galleon (Lower Keys)
Sank in the great storm of 1622. Mel fisher has made this wreck well known for the gold, silver an jewelry he has recovered.
24.27.445N 82.15.353W
NUESTRA SRA DE BELEM - Galleon (Upper Keys)
Sank in the storm of 1733. The remains now lies in 14 to 16 ft of water.
24.54.935N 80.35.499W
NUESTRA SENORA DE LA REGLA SAN- Galleon (Brevard County)
Remains lie in 15 ft of water.
27.49.575N 80.25.781W
NUESTRA SRA DEL ROSARIO - Galleon (Upper Keys)
Sank in the great storm of 1771. Lies in 10 ft of water.
24.46.617N 80.53.589W
OCEAN FREEZE
Wk lies in 231 feet of water.
25.23.074N 80.07.065W
OCEAN VENUS (LEAD WRECK) - (Cape Canaveral)
Ocean Venus was a 7174 ton British steam freighter which was 425 ft long. She was on route from UNION BAY & CRISTOBAL for HALIFAX & UK carrying a cargo of 4000 tons lead, canned herrings.  Torpedoed on 3rd May 1942 by U-564. 5 crew lost from a total of 47 crew.
28.23.216N 80.17.488W
OCEAN GOING TUG - (Hernando County)
Vessel lies in 140 ft of water.
28.29.926N 84.06.915W
OHIOAN - Steam Freighter (Palm Beach County)
This vessel was an American steam freighter of 6078 tons. She was on route from BOMBAY for PORT ELIZABETH and SAN JUAN (P.R.) for PHILADELPHIA. Torpedoed by U-564 on the 8th May 1942. 15 crew were lost from a total of 57 crew. Lies in 600 feet.
26.31.00N
position is PA
79.59.00W
position is PA
OIL WRECK - (Ft Myers) - identified as the JOSEPH M CUDAHY
A tanker lying in 145 ft of water off Ft. Myers. About 400 ft in length. Wk is broken just aft of amidships. Oil still leaks to the surface, hence the name. Identified by the AUE in June 2007 as the JOSEPH M CUDAHY.
25.01.370N 82.45.380W
O.A.KNUDSON - Motor Tanker
This vessel was 11,007 tons and on route from PORT ARTHUR for HALIFAX and UK carrying a cargo of petroleum products. Torpedoed and and then sunk by gunfire by U-128. Of the crew of 40 one person was lost. Position is PA.
27.17.00N
position is PA
75.50.00W
position is PA
O.L.BODENHAMER - Liberty Ship  (Miami - Dade)
This 150 Liberty Ship sits in deep water of 372 ft. Deployed 14th May 1976.
25.51.381N 80.02.594W
ONTARIO - Cargo
This vessel has yet to be located. A cargo vessel of 3099 tons sunk by gunfire from a German submarine U-507 on the 5th July 1942. She was on route from
Puerto Cortez for  Mobile carrying a cargo of bananas. U-507 reports the sinking position as 28.11.00N 87.32.00W
28.22.00N
position is PA
 
87.31.59W
position is PA
 
OOPS BARGE (Escambia)
This 65 ft barge lies in 75 ft of water. Was deployed on the 2nd Oct 1995.
30.13.233N 87.13.992W
ORANGE - Tug (Pinellas County-Tampa)
80 ft steel tug was deployed in 2003. Lies in 45 ft of water..
27.43.375N 83.58.450W
ORION - Tug (Dade County)
This 110 ft Ocean going tug now lies in 95 ft of water. Sank 22nd Dec 1981.
25.40.868N 80.04.767W
ORISKANY USS - Aircraft Carrier
Deployed on the 17th May 2006, 26 miles off the Florida Panhandle, in 212 ft of water at 30.02.542N
87.00.374W


Dimensions: 888 ft in length and 157 ft beam. 32,000 tons

She will the second Aircraft Carrier sunk intentionally since WW11

(
image courtesy of www.myfwc.com )

30.02.542N
 
87.00.374W
OSJ SITE - DRYDOCKS -(Duval)
This steel dry-dock lies in 125 ft of water. Was deployed on the 13th Sept 1989.
30.07.06N  80.33.57W
OSTWIND - (Miami - Dade)
This 125 ft vessel lies in 85 ft of water. Sank June 1989.
25.48.226N 80.04.050W
O. TOWER Barge (Franklin)
This barge lies in 70 ft of water and was deployed on the 31st Dec 1977.
29.32.020N 84.37.068W
OWENS - (Rivera Beach) also know as EIDSVAG
This 125 ft freighter sank in 85 ft of water. December 1985.
see EIDSVAG  
OZARK USS - (Destin)
Originally designed as a Fleet Minelayer, CM-7, she was changed to a Troop Transport (AP-107) in June 1943. Then as amphibious warfare rapidly progressed, the Ozark was again reclassified, this time to her final wartime classification, Landing Ship Vehicle LSV -2. 458 ft in length and 60 ft beam. Deployed in 330 ft of water.
29.55.101N 86.34.952W
PADDLE WHEELER WRECK (Naples)
This paddle wheeler wreck lies upside down in 80 ft of water off Naples.
25.53.320N 82.17.510W
PAIR DELICK (Escambia)
This vessel lies in 77 ft of water.
30.12.060N 87.20.491W
PALM ISLAND BARGE REEF - (Charlotte County)
70'x23'x 8' Steel Barge deployed 21st May 1999 in 56 ft of water.
26.49.221N 82.31.879W
PALM ISLAND FERRY REEF - (Charlotte County)
60'x20'x5' Steel Car Ferry. Deployed 12th March 1999 in 55 ft of water.
26.49.236N 82.31.951W
PAN MASSACHUSETTS - "Copper Wk" - Tanker (Port Canaveral)
Pan Massachusetts 8201 tons known locally as the "Copper Wreck"  rests in 296 ft of water off Port Canaveral. Sunk by U-128 on the 19th Feb 1942.
28.27.010N 80.07.591W
PANDA - (Pompano Beach)
This 130 foot luxury schooner lies in 78 ft of water. Sank December 1984.
26.13.857N 80.04.027W
M/V PANKY (Off Ft. Myers in deep water)
This 2353 ton freighter sank on March 21st 1984 after springing a leak approximately 100 miles off Ft Myers in position 25.58N 84.20W  Depths in the area of sinking are in the region 270 ft.
25.58.00N
position is PA
84.20.00W
position is PA
PAPA JOE
Wk lies in 123 ft of water.
24.32.70N 81.27.97W
PAPAS WRECK - (Pompano Beach)
170 foot freighter lies in 260 ft of water. Deployed 14th May 1989.
26.14.102N 80.03.383W
PARAISO - (Dade)
This 120 ft steel ship lies in 76 ft of water.
25.42.092N 80.05.238W
PASCAGOULA - (Dade)
This 120 ft steel barge lies in 150 ft of water and was deployed on 9th Oct 2002.
25.49.120N 80.04.897W
PATRICIA - (Dade)
This 65 ft steel tugboat lies in 53 ft of water. sank on 1st June 1990.
25.48.277N 80.04.680W
PAUL MAIN'S REEF - (Jacksonville)
This artificial reef has depths averaging 75 ft.
Old barge
Tug
Pogey Boat & Banana Boat


30.19.810N
30.20.234N
30.20.179N


81.10.954W
81.11.155W
81.11.154W
PAUL SHERMAN - (Ft. Lauderdale)
This 56 ft Wk lies in 70 ft of water. Deployed 18th August 1991.
LORAN
14264.8
LORAN
62106.6
P.C. BARGE (Escambia)
This barge lies in 82 ft of water and was deployed on the 20th June 1990.
30.11.19N 87.14.07W
PC 463 - (Off Naples)
Anti-submarine patrol craft which was sunk by the USS Trutta to test the new mark 28 torpedo. Vessel rest in two pieces about half a mile apart in 165 ft of water.
25.59.270N 82.54.680W
PC 1170 - (Palm Beach County-Rivera Beach)
This 165 ft Patrol vessel lies in 90 ft of water. Deployed 1st August 1968.
26.47.178N 80.00.968W
PC 1174 - (Rivera Beach)
This 165 ft Patrol vessel lies in 90 ft of water. Bad currents here. Deployed 1st August 1968.
26.47.168N 80.00.972W
POTRERO DEL LLANO - (Off Miami)
The 4000 ton Potrero Del Llano was torpedoed by U-564 although the vessel was Neutral as she was Mexican. Vessel has yet to be located. 13 crew lost from a total of 25 crew. The sinking position is given from the submarines logbook.
25.35.00N
position is PA
80.06.00W
position is PA
PEE WEE VREELAND -aka Sherida Express - (Pompano Beach)
This 180 ft coastal freighter lies in deep in 284 ft of water. Deployed 28th April 1999.
26.08.206N 80.04.967W
PEGASUS Tugboat (Lee County)
This 110 ft tugboat lies in 85 ft of water and was deployed on the 9th July 1999.
26.33.130N 82.43.415W
PETER B MCALLISTER - (Broward)
This 85 ft tugboat Wk lies in 69 ft of water. Deployed 16th June 1998.
26.10.149N 80.04.718W
PETE TIDE 11 Supply Boat (Pensacola - Escambia)
Oil Field Supply Vessel of 180 ft. Sits upright in 100 ft of water. Rises 40 ft off the seabed.
30.08.753N 87.13.997W
PCMI BARGE (Panama City - Bay County)
PCMI stands for Panama City Marine Institute, which is a youth development organization. The Marine Institute in conjunction with Bay County and a Federal grant sunk the PCMI Barge as an artificial reef. Lies in 72 ft of water. Approx: 300 feet long and located only 200 ft to the west are the remains of the small charter boat Elvira.
30.06.901N 85.49.551W
PHILIP - Tug ( Escambia)
This 60 ft tug sits upright in 95 ft of water. Deployed 9th December 1990.
30.07.973N 87.13.332W
PG SITE - BARGE 85 (Duval)
This steel barge sits in 73 ft of water. Deployed on the 31st Dec 1985.
30.20.32N 81.11.79W
PHOSPHATE CARRIER - now identified as the MUNGER T. BALL
This large tanker lies 140 miles south west of Ft. Myers and is in 423 ft of water.  This wreck has now been identified as the MUNGER T BALL by the AUE in June 2007.
Please Note :
Lat/Long converted from Loran TD's.
LORAN
13660.1
25.10.13N
LORAN
44486.6
84.00.44W
PIMELLOUS FERRY - (Dade County)
This 120 ft ferry now lies in 135 ft of water. Deployed 11th May 1971.
25.49.11N 80.04.19W
PIONEER ONE - (Miami - Dade)
This 195 ft freighter lies in 215 ft of water. Sank 4th October 1993.
25.31.919N 58.05.034W
PLANTER - (Monroe County)
524 ton Schooner sunk on the 15th August 1921 in 160ft of water.
24.18.01N 81.07.98W
PM SITE - NORTH BARGE -(Duval)
This steel barge lies in 72 ft of water and was deployed on the 31st Dec 1967.
30.20.25N 81.11.15W
PM SITE - SOUTH - #1TUG (Duval)
This tugboat lies in 75 ft of water.
30.19.833N 81.10.975W
PM SITE - NAVY BARGE (Duval)
This barge lies in 72 ft of water.
30.19.79N 81.11.08W
POGEY BOAT
Lies in 63 ft of water.
30.40.79N 80.48.74W
PONTOON DRY DOCKS - (Dade)
This dry dock lies deep in 330 ft of water. Deployed on 31st Dec 1978.
25.46.685N 80.02.646W
POSEIDON (Panama City) 30.05.46N 85.47.73W
POWELL BARGE - (Broward)
This Barge DB24 was loaded with cement, mixer drums and pilings and deployed 10th April 1986 in deep water of 314 ft.
26.07.888N 80.03.445W
POWERFUL - Tug (Jacksonville - Duval)
In 31st March 1992 the tug POWERFUL was sunk in 86 ft of water.
30.24.605N 80.53.937W
PREWITT - Tug (Okaloosa County)
This 80 ft tugboat sank in 132 ft of water on the 10th June 1998.
30.03.689N 86.18.433W
PRINCESS ANNE - (Palm Beach County)
This large 340'x58'x52' Chesapeake Car Ferry lies in 98 ft of water. Deployed 23rd May 1993. Now broken up.
26.47.590N 80.00.230W
PRINCESS BRITNEY - (Miami - Dade)
This 165 ft vessel lies in 93 ft of water. Deployed 29th April 2003.
25.42.029N 80.05.210W
PROTEUS - (Dade)
This 220 ft ship lies in 70 ft of water. Deployed 24th Jan 1985.
25.42.328N 80.05.24W
QUALMANN BARGE - (Broward)
This 100 ft barge lies in 69 ft of water. Deployed 21st July 2000.
26.17.976N 80.03.709W
QUALMANN TUGS - (Pompano Beach)
These 32 tugs lie in 80 ft of water. Sank December 1984.
26.13.857N 80.04.027W
QUANSET (Bay County)
Wreck lies in 89 ft of water.
30.02.517N 85.51.248W
QUEEN OF NASSAU - (Monroe County-Keyes)
QUEEN OF NASSAU  200'x25' (formerly named the C.G.S. Canada). She lies upright in 225ft of water.
24.47.165N 80.39.546W
R-12 USS Submarine (_Monroe County-Off Key West)
Sank in an accident off Key west in 600 ft of water on the 12th June 1943. Vessel was 189 ft in length with a 18 ft beam. 
24.24.500N
position is PA
 
81.38.500W
position is PA
 
RABBITS LAIR - Artificial Reef Site (Jacksonville)
Minesweeper, wooden tug and barge. Numbers are for a Steel Barge. Depths are 70 ft.
30.31.556N 81.10.319W
RANKIN USS  AKA103- (Martin County)
RANKIN USS was a 467 ft Tolland Class Amphibious cargo ship ship lies in 130 ft water. Sank 1st August 1987.
27.12.148N 80.06.087W
RATICAN - (Palm Beach)
RATICAN was a 55' steel ship and together with a 72' sailboat Wk lies in 90 ft of water. Deployed 3rd June 1991.
26.56.810N 79.59.627W
RAYCHEL - (Dade)
RAYCHEL was a 164 ft freighter. Lies in pieces in 185 ft of water. Sank the 30th July 1991 originally in 43 ft of water after capsizing. She was cut into pieces and now lies at her current resting place.
25.49.212N 80.04.763W
R.B. JOHNSON - (Pompano Beach)
This 170 ft freighter lies in 268 ft of water. Deployed 14th May 1989. Landed on top of the wreck Corey & Chris.
26 13.863N 80.03.432W
REBEL Freighter - (Broward)
REBEL was a 150 ft Freighter lies in 110 ft of water. Deployed 16th July 1985.
26.09.969N 80.04.106W
REDSTONE ROCKET - (Brevard County)
REDSTONE ROCKET lies in 125 ft of water.
28.36.130N 80.13.130W
REGINA- SUGAR BARGE (Manatee County-Bradenton)
Regina was a steel steamer built in 1904 in Belfast, Ireland, by the Workman, Clark & Co. shipyard for the Cuban Molasses Transportation Co., based in Havana. She was 247 ft. in length, with a 36 ft. beam, a 14 ft. draft, and was rated at 1,155 gross tons with a net tonnage of 669. Designed with a single deck and a single propeller powered by a triple-expansion steam engine producing 850 hp., the steamer also was rigged as a schooner for auxiliary power, and fitted with electric lighting. Converted to a tanker barge. Ran aground in Tampa Bay on the 8th March1940.
27.28.184N 82.42.071W
RELIANCE - Tug (Jacksonville -Duval)) MONTGOMERY REEF
63 ft Tug surrounded by many other wks to form an artificial reef in an average of 65 ft of water. Reef is known as MONTGOMERY'S REEF.
120 Foot Barge
UPSIDE DOWN BARGE
Maxie's Barge
OLD TUG
30.26.446N
 

30.26.873N
30.25.818N
30.25.276N
30.26.225N

81.13.250W
 

81.13.443W
81.13.357W
81.14.426W
81.12.426W

RENEGADE -  Freighter (Broward County)
RENEGADE was a 144 ft Dutch Freighter. Lies in 220 ft of water. Deployed 10th July 1985.
26.15.144N 80.05.732W
REPUBLIC -Tanker (Jupiter Inlet)
REPUBLIC was a 5,287 ton tanker of 392'. Lies in about 50 ft of water and well broken. Was torpedoed by U-504 on the 21st Feb 1942. Previously called the Weweantic and then Liberty Minequas.
27.00.620N 80.02.686W
RHEIN (Dry Tortugas)
RHEIN was a 453 ft long German Freighter that sits in approximately 250 ft of water in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of the Dry Tortugas. The freighter was sunk by Dutch and British warships back in WWII.
24.56.116N 83.30.601W
RIO MIAMI - (Miami - Dade)
RIO MIAMI was a 105 ft steel tug. Lies in 67 ft of water. Deployed 28th November 1989.
25.42.100N 80.05.139W
RIO YUNA - (Daytona Beach)
RIO YUNA was purchased by Resolve Marine Group Salvage Company in the Dominican Republic. Resolve cleaned the Rio Yuna, towed her to Florida, and sank by the US Navy EDO Team. Vessel was detonated and sank at the same moment with two other vessels in July 1995.
29.11.07N 80.44.07W
RL SITE - BARGE (Duval)
This barge sits in 68 ft of water.
30.32.06N 81.09.71W
ROBERT EDMINSTER - (Ft. Lauderdale)
This 95 ft USCG Cutter lies in 70 ft of water. Sank 11th December 1989.
26.09.193N 80.04.837W
ROBIN HOOD (Monroe County)
1983 ton Schooner sunk on the 26th June 1924.
24.00.027N 82.07.155W
ROCKLEDGE- (Off Miami)
The Rockledge was a 260 ton Paddle Steamer and was 136 ft in length. Scuttled on November 14th 1913.
Unknown Unknown
RODEO 25 - (Pompano Beach)
This 215 ft freighter lies in 127 ft of water. Deployed 12th May 1990.
26.13.878N 80.03.813W
RONALD B. JOHNSON
This 170 ft freighter was sunk on May 15th 1988. It straddled the wreck of the Corey & Chris when it landed on the seabed in 268 ft of water.
26.10.253N 80.04.332W
ROSSMERRY - Freighter (Dade County)
ROSSMERRY was a 195 ft freighter lies in 240 ft of water. Sank 21st October 1985.
25.53.796N 80.04.313W
ROATAN EXPRESS (Lee County- Ft. Myers)
ROATAN EXPRESS lies in 168 ft of water. Sank in rough seas on the 31st Sept 1992.
26.20.358N 83.22.027W
RUSSIAN FREIGHTER (Pensacola)
Lies in 84 ft of water.
30.11.27N 86.13.04W
S16 USS  (SS-121) Submarine (Monroe County)
The submarine never saw military action. After decommissioning she was sunk in 260 ft of water on the 3rd April 1945 off Key West.
25.25.207N 80.02.393W
SAHLMANS GULLEY BARGE - (Nassau County)
This steel barge lies in 60 ft of water. Deployed 31st Dec 1973.
30.40.116N 81.09.560W
SAILBOAT WRECK
Lies in 42 meters of water
27.45.969N 83.36.824W
SAMA - Freighter
Sama was a 565 ton freighter on route from
BARACOA for JACKSONVILLE carrying a cargo of bananas when she was torpedoed by U-506 on the 3rd May 1942.
26.04N
position is PA
 
79.45W
position is PA
 
SAND DOLLAR COMPLEX #7-MOHAWK CHIEF (Okaloosa County)
This 93 ft tugboat lies in 124 ft of water. Deployed 23rd June 2003.
30.08.807N 86.43.075W
SANTA RITA - (Dade)
SANTA RITA was a 200 ft steel ship. Lies in 245 ft of water. Deployed 1st Nov 1976.
25.23.251N 80.05.540W
SCOTT MASON-CHAITE (Dade)
SCOTT MASON-CHAITE was a 297 ft ship. Lies in 240 ft of water. Deployed on the 28th July 1998.
25.23.086N 80.07.098W
SAN ANTONIO DE PADUA - Galleon
Sank in the storm of 1733. Now lies in 16 ft of water.
24.55.815N 80.36.111W
SAN FRANCISCO DE ASIS - Galleon (Upper Keys)
Sank in the storm of 1733. Now lies in 14 ft of water. A ship of 293 tons. Ballast pile & cannon balls can be found.
24.48.18N 80.45.99W
SHASHA BOEKANIER (Palm Beach County)
185' German Coastal Freighter built in 1962 and used as a cocaine smuggler. Deployed on the 17th February 2002 in 90 ft of water.
26.45.074N 80.00.594W
SUMEY DE SAN IGNACIO -  Galleon (Upper Keys)
Sank in the great storm of 1733. Now lies in 11 ft of water.
24.41.70N 80.56.44W
SAN JUAN BATISTA
Sank in the storm of 1773. Now lies in 14 ft of water.
24.53.83N 80.35.00W
SAN JOSE DE LAS ANIMAS- Galleon (Upper Keys)
Sank in the storm of 1733. Wreck now lies in 29 ft of water. This 327 ton merchant ship was built in England. Was carrying silver coin and bullion as well as porcelain pottery, drugs, brazil wood, hides & cocoa. Salvaged again in 1968.
24.57.052N 80.29.556W
SAN PABLO - Freighter (Pensacola - Escambia)
San Pablo was built in Belfast, Ireland, in 1915, and was owned by United Fruit Company. The San Pablo was torpedoed and sunk by the U-161 on July 3, 1942, while she was tied up at berth at Puerto Limon, Costa Rica. She was re-floated on January 9, 1943, and towed to Tampa for repairs.  Then declared a "constructive total loss" for insurance reasons. In September of 1943, the U.S. Maritime Commission War Shipping Administration, acquired title and simultaneously transferred the San Pablo to the U.S. Army. San Pablo also known as the Russian Freighter wreck.  Lies in 80 ft.
30.11.305N 87.13.095W
SAN RAPHAEL - (Dade)
SAN RAPHAEL was a 200 ft ship. Lies in 282 ft of water. Deployed on the 31st Dec 1980.
25.49.812N 80.04.084W
SAN PEDRO - Galleon (Upper Keys)
Sank in the storm of 1773.
The wreck of the 287 ton Dutch Built San Pedro was found in the 1960's in Hawk Channel. Lies in 18 ft.
24. 51.90N 80.40.72W
SANTA ROSA (Pensacola)
SANTA ROSA lies in 26 ft of water.
30.17.40N 87.13.20W
SANTA ROSARIO - (Volusia County)
SANTA ROSARIO lies in 132 ft of water.
29.00.043N 80.15.651W
SAUFLEY USS (DD-465) (Monroe County)
SAUFLEY was a 337 ft navy vessel. Lies in  420 ft of water. Deployed on the 20th February 1968.
24.26.942N 81.34.974W
SCUFFLER - (Monroe County)
40' Trawler lies in 60 ft of water.
24.50.91N 80.37.48W
SEA BARB (Okaloosa County)
SEA BARB  was a 85 ft vessel. Lies in 110 ft of water. Deployed on the 26th June 2002.
30.08.930N 86.40.608W
SEA EMPEROR - (Palm Beach County)
SEA EMPEROR was a  171 ft barge. Lies in 72 ft of water. Deployed 31st Dec 1991.
26.19.350N 80.03.533W
SEAFOOD BARGE (Pinellas County)
175' Barge in 80 ft of water.
27.52.608N 83.11.310W
SEA MIST II (Palm Beach County)
SEA MIST 11 was a 265 ft vessel. Lies in 210 ft of water. Deployed on the 25th May 2001.
26.57.488 79.59.106W
SEMARCA - (Daytona Beach)
SEMARCA sank in a storm in Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela killing a 3 of its crew. Resolve Marine Group Salvage Company raised the 75 ft vessel off an oil pipeline in 100 feet of water then towed and sank it for as an artificial reef off Florida. Lies in 75 ft of water.
29.09.02N 80.40.05W
SHARK BARGE - (Duval)
SHARK BARGE was 194 ft. Lies in 77 ft of water and was deployed on the 31st Dec 1992.
30.37.685N 81.04.718W
SHASHA BOEKANIER - (Palm Beach County)
SHASHA BOEKANIER was a 185 ft German built freighter. Deployed in 90 ft of water on the 17th February 2002.
26.45.074N 80.00.594W
SHELBY LEE -(Brevard)
SHELBY LEE was a 65 ft steel vessel and lies in 124 ft of water.
28.19.117N 80.12.017W
SHERI-LYN - (Dade)
SHERI-LYN was a 235 ft steel ship. Lies in 100 ft of water. Deployed on the 18th June 1987.
25.40.09N 80.04.223W
SHERIDAN - Ocean Going Tug (Clearwater)
SHERIDAN was a 180 ft ocean going tug boat. She was sunk at Site #2 as an artificial reef in 2003. Lies in 75 ft of water and is surrounded by concrete culverts.
27.52.578N 83.11.150W
SHERMAN - Tug
SHERMAN tugboat was deployed in 1996. She sits upright in 75 ft of water.
29.55.081N 85.40.452W
SHRIMP BOAT (Pinellas County)
Unknown 80 ft Shrimp Boat. Deployed 8th Dec 2004 in 97 ft of water.
27.41.751N 83.17.557W
SHRIMP BOAT (Martin County)
Unknown Shrimp boat lying in 50ft of water.
27.08.559N 80.04.451W
SHIRLEY D. - Tug (Port Charlotte Lee County)
SHIRLEY D was a 48 foot Steel deployed in 60 ft of water. Sank 9th April 1997.
26.32.877N 82.24.931W
S. TOWER Barge (Franklin)
This barge lies in 105 ft of water and was deployed on the 31st Dec 1980.
29.17.960N 84.36.655W
SILVER NAIL (Pinellas County)
48'x10'x11' Ferro Cement Sailboat in 100ft of water. Deployed 20th July 2011
27.41.761N 83.17.558W
E. E. SIMPSON -Tug (Bay County-Panama City)
E E SIMPSON was a tug boat which was sunk off the Emerald Coast while trying to pull free a grounded fishing vessel on October 28th 1929.  A wave crashed over the Simpson, causing her to lose power. Her crew abandoned ship safely. The Simpson capsized and sank in 18 ft of water.
30.03.300N 85.37.300W
SIR SCOTT - Freighter (Dade County)
SIR SCOTT was a 267 ft freighter now lies in 219 ft of water.
25.31.244N 80.04.937W
SKYE CLIFF - (Palm Beach)
SKYE CLIFF was a 317 ft steel cargo ship lies in 200 ft of water. Sank on the 2nd Nov 1991.
26.33.330N 80.01.000W
SOUTH BARGE (Martin County)
Barge lying in 71 ft of water on the Ernst Reef.
27.09.312N 80.03.225W
SPOT JACK (Monroe County)
147 ton vessel sunk on the 24th April 1954 in 22ft of water.
24.56.53N 82.46.05W
SOULE BARGE (Escambia)
SOULE BARGE  lies in 83 ft of water.
30.10.888N 87.14.566W
SOUTH JACK WRECK - Nohab(Tampa)
SOUTH JACK is the broken remains of a luxury yacht called the NOHAB formerly the LENSAHN 111. Length 142 ft and 427 tons. Lies in 60 ft of water.
27.26.500N 82.59.880W
SOUTH SEAS - (Dade)
SOUTH SEAS was a 175 ft steel ship. Lies in 73 ft of water. Deployed on 5th Feb 1983.
25.39.904N 80.04.217W
SPAGHETTI BARGE - (Broward)
SPAGHETTI BARGE barge lies 105 ft of water. Deployed 31st Dec 1972
26.07.76N 80.04.22W
SPEARMANS BARGE - (Palm Beach County- Rivera Beach)
SPEARMANS BARGE was a 100 ft deck barge. Lies in 70 ft of water. Sank 1978.
26.47.59N 80.00.35W
SPIEGEL GROVE - (Keyes)
Lies off Dixie Shoal - 10 mooring buoys.
A 510 Ft Naval Ship, 84 ft beam (Landing Ship Dock - LSD). Deployed on May 17th 2002 off the upper Keys (originally upside down, but righted to starboard side on June 10th) - about a 1.5 miles from the Benwood.

She lies on her Starboard side in 130' of water, with the gunwales coming to within about 50' of the surface.

6,880 ton ship. Draft is 19 ft, speed was 22.5 knots. Launched Nov. 10 1955 and commissioned June 8, 1956. Decommissioned Oct 2, 1989.
 (image courtesy of www.myfwc.com )
25.04.00N  80. 18.65W
SPINDRIFT -(Monroe County)
134 grt Cargo Ship lies in 24 ft of water.
24.40.03N 81.48.00W
SPIRIT OF HEMINGWAY - (Dade)
SPIRIT OF HEMINGWAY was a 68 ft steel sailboat. Lies in 244 ft of water. Sank on the 5th April 2001.
25.42.572N 80.04.520W
SPIRIT OF MIAMI Boeing 727 - (Miami - Dade)
This Boeing 727 Jet lies in 82 ft of water. Sank 1st Oct 1993.
25.41.528N 80.05.133W
SRA DE LA REGLA - Galleon (Brevard County)
Sank in the great storm of 1715. Now lies in 15 ft of water.
27.49.289N 80.25.781W
SRA DEL CARMEN - Galleon (Indian River County)
Sank in the great storm of 1715. Lies in 20 ft of water.
27.38.084N 80.20.491W
STAN'S REEF #1 Tug (St. Lucie County)
This 150 ft Ocean going tug lies in 190 ft of water. Deployed on the 31st Dec 1987.
27.24.334N 79.59.681W
ST. ANNE D' AURAY - (Dade)
ST ANNE D'AURAY was a 110 ft steel ship. Lies in 68 ft of water. Deployed on 28th March 1986.
25.35.869N 80.04.675W
St. CRISTO DE SAN ROMAN - Galleon (Brevard County)
Sank in the great storm of 1715. Lies in 22 ft of water.
27.43.557N 80.22.874W
ST. HENRY EXPRESS - (Dade)
ST HENRY EXPRESS was a 120 ft ship. Lies in 111 ft of water. Deployed on 28th Feb 1997.
25.49.321N 80.05.099W
ST. JACQUES (Palm Beach County)
ST JACQUES was a 174 ft vessel lies in 90 ft of water. Deployed on the 15th March 2002.
26.45.115N 80.00.615W
STAR DUST - Shrimp Boat (Pinellas County)
STAR DUST was a shrimper and lies in 71 ft of water.
28.07.738N 83.12.258W
STAR TREK - (Miami - Dade)
STAR TREK was a 200 ft steel freighter. Lies in 210 ft of water. Sank 27th July 1982.
25.42.001N 80.04.392W
STEEL CRANE BARGE
Old steel barge with a crane rests in 100 ft if water.
27.54.719N 82.55.893W
STEEL WATER TOWER - (Dade)
This water tower lies in 170 ft of water and is 60 ft high. Deployed 27th June 1997.
25.49.503N  80.04.832W
STEEL YACHT
Sunken Steel Yacht 2'X14'X12' 7.5 TONS Rest in 90' of water.
28.30.334N 80.13.103W
STONEY POINT
This is the site of the former Hudson River ferry that was scuttled in 1968.
26.10.141N 82.54.550W
U.S.S. STRENGTH - Minesweeper (Panama City)
U.S. Navy Admirable class minesweeper Strength was built in 1943 by Associated Shipbuilders in Seattle, Washington. Dimensions: 184 feet long, 33 foot beam and was 650 tons. She was decommissioned on July 19, 1946, was reclassified MSF-309 on February 7, 1955, and was struck from the Navy list on April 1, 1967. After being de-commissioned, the Strength was given to the Navy's Salvage Diver School. She was sunk as a salvage project, being re-floated and re-sunk many times. In 1987 she was sunk for the last time in an explosive test by the Navy Diving and Salvage Training Center at Panama City and began her new life as an artificial reef. Lies on her starboard side in 72 ft of water.
30.01.960N 85.42.554W
SHRIMP BOAT
No other information
27.26.832N  83.15.671W
STAR TREK - (Miami)
Star Trek was a 200 ft freighter. Lies in 210 ft of water. Sank 27th July 1982.
25.42.001N 80.04.392W
STEANNE D'AURAY - (Miami)
Steanne D'auray was a  110 ft North Atlantic Fishing Trawler. Lies in 68 ft of water. Sunk 28th March 1986.
25.37.045N 80.05.287W
STURTEVENT USS -US Clemson Class Destroyer (Monroe County-Keyes)
The USS Sturtevent was a 314 ft 4-stack US destroyer. Hit US allied laid mines in 1942. Lies in 70 ft of water.
24.45.857N 81.01.174W
SUBMARINE WRECK
70 feet. Off Canaveral
28.34.204N 80.18.962W
SUBMARINE WRECK -(Palm Beach County)
Small submarine lies in 70 ft of water.
26.19.28N 80.03.46W
SUCRE - (Pompano Beach)
Sucre was a  200 ft freighter. Lies in 200 ft of water. She was deployed on the 13th May 1996. Also known as the Johnny Morris or Offshore Angler Wreck.
26. 14.383N
80.03.411W
 
SUFIX 1 - (Brevard County)
50' Concrete sailboat lying in 125 ft of water. Deployed 25th June 1988.
28.30.382N 80.13.323W

SULPHUR BARGE (Hillsborough County)
Sulphur Barge is 95 ft long.  Lies in 66 ft of water.

27.34.119N 83.08.022W
SUMMERFIELD - (Broward)
Summerfield was a ship sunk together with concrete in 70 ft of water.
26.00.601N  80.05.599W
SWANSON (Bay County)
Swanson lies in 223 ft of water.
29.09.051N 85.47.259W
SWORDFISH (Palm Beach County)
Swordfish was a 70 ft treasure hunting vessel. Sunk in 80 ft of water in 31st Dec 1992.
26.27.70N 80.02.33W
SYLVIA - Tug (Pensacola - Escambia)
Sylvia was a 48 ft long tug boat.  Sunk as part of the Escambia County Artificial Reef Project. Lies in 82 ft of water.
30.11.005N 87.13.718W
SYLVINA  EXPRESS - (Palm Beach County)
Sylvina was a 200'x33' steel ship sunk in 277 ft of water. Deployed 18th July 2003.
26.47.67N 79.59.18W
T-33 AIRPLANE (Panama City)
The remains of this small Marine Corps T-33 trainer jet were placed here by the Navy in 1975 as part of a project to train divers. The plane sits in 55 ft of water.
30.07.197N 85.46.478W
TACOMA - (Miami - Dade)
Tacoma was a 165 ft freighter lies in 130 ft of water. Deployed 1st February 2002.
25.41.957N 80.05.030W
TAGLIONI -(Keys)
Taglioni was lost on April 7th 1848 on the Carysfort Reef with passengers & assorted cargo aboard. Position is PA.
25.13.30N
position is PA
 
82.12.70W
position is PA
 
TANKER WRECK - (Dry Tortugas) 24.33.63N 82.42.37W
TARPON - Steamer (Panama City)
Tarpon was 449 tons and as a steam passenger freighter in 1887, by Pusey & Jones Co. of Willimington, Delaware. She was formerly called Naugatuck. Dimensions:131' x 26. Powered by two compound engines and was owned by Pensacola, St. Andrews & Gulf SS Company. In September of 1891, the Naugatuck was sent back to Pussey & Jones to be lengthened by about 30 ft. Her new length was 159' 9", and her name was changed to Tarpon. In December of 1902, the Tarpon was sold to Pensacola, St Andrews & Gulf Steamship Company. On Aug 31st 1937 the Tarpon left port loaded with cargo  en route from Pensacola to Panama City. Heavily overloaded she listed to port. In an effort to stabilize her list cargo on the port side was jettisoned. She was overcome by the sea and sank. Lies  in 90 to 95 ft of water.
30.05.670N 85.56.550W
TEN FATHOM WRECK - "Tramp Steamer" (St. Petersburg)
The Ten Fathom Wreck is the remains of an old tramp steamer. She is approximately 170 ft long, sits in 60 ft of water and is also known as the Tramp Steamer.
27.38.964N 83.03.144W
TENNECO OIL RIGS - (Miami)
40 ft Oil Drilling Platform deployed in 95 to 195 ft of water on the 3rd October 1985.
25.58.534N 80.04.479W
TENNECO TOWERS DEEP
Oil Rig Barge with derricks. Lies in 205 ft of water.
25.58.534N 80.04.479W
TENNECO TOWERS SHALLOW
Oil Rig Barge with Derricks. Lies in 85 to 190 ft of water.
25.58.571N 80.05.060W
TENNECO PLATFORM (Escambia)
This oil rig platform sits in 175 ft of water and is 80 ft high. Deployed on the 29th Sept 1982.
29.59.733N  87.05.111W
TENSION BARGE 13 (Martin County)
TENSION BARGE is 150'x 50'x10' Lies in 190 ft of water. Sank on the 17th July 2004.
27.13.527N 80.00.261W
TE AMO (Broward County)
TE AMO is a  104 ft wreck lying in 85 ft of water.
26.06.609N 80.03.877W
TERRY'S SHRIMPER - ( Bay County)
TERRY'S SHRIMPER lies in 102 ft of water.
29.56.031N 85.50.828W
TESSIE - (Pensacola - Escambia)
Tessie was a 40 ft long cabin cruiser. Her upper structure was removed and her hull loaded with four car bodies before being sunk to form an artificial reef. Tessie now sits in 75 ft of water surrounded by concrete culverts. She is close to the wrecks of the PC Barge, Deliverance and Sylvia.
30.11.637N 87.14.452W
TEX EDWARDS Barge (Escambia)
TEX EDWARDS barge lies in 75 ft of water and was deployed on the 31st Dec 1982.
30.16.138N 87.10.157W
THE KID
THE KID lies in 45 ft of water.
25.50.10N 82.09.07W
THELMA - Schooner (Panama City)
Thelma appears to be the remains of an unidentified schooner. Lies in 120 ft of water.
29.34.476N 85.50.405W
THIORVA WRECK - (Monroe County)
Old Schooner in 15 ft of water. Deployed 1st January 1950.
25.17.012N 80.12.458W
THOZINA (Palm Beach County)
THOZINA was a 175 ft vessel. Lies in 90 ft of water. Deployed on the 15th Dec 2002.
26.45.01N 80.00.59W
THOMAS HAYWARD - Liberty Ship (Panama City - Okaloosa County))
THOMAS HAYWARD was a 360 ft Liberty Ship  built by the Alabama Drydock Company in Mobile, Alabama, in 1942. Delivered to the Watermen Steamship Company on July 31st 1942. In 1949, she was laid up in the Mobile Reserve Fleet. Purchased by the Florida Department of Natural Resources and sunk as an artificial reef on April 14th 1977. Lies in 90 ft of water.
30.18.266N 86.36.237W
THREE TUGS (Palm Beach County)
These three tugs lie in 70 ft of water. Deployed on the 21st April 1998.
26.58.56N  80.00.98W
THUNDERBOLT - (Keyes - Monroe County)
The 188 ft long Cable Laying THUNDERBOLT sits upright in 120 ft of water and was deployed on March 6th 1986, as part of the Florida Keys Artificial Reef Association project.
24.39.633N 80.57.784W
TIGER RED  - Tug (Brevard)
TIGER RED  tugboat lies in 85 ft of water.
28.21.913N 80.16.667W
TIMOTHY ALLEN BARGE - (Dade)
TIMOTHY ALLEN was a 80 ft steel barge. Lies in 65 ft of water. Sank on the 31st Dec 1999.
25.54.504N 80.05.428W
TITAN Tug (Martin County)
TITAN was a 80 ft tug and lies in 80 ft of water.
27.11.21N 80.02.61W
TRAFFIC BARGE - (Martin County)
TRAFFIC BARGE was 79 ft. Lies in 58 ft of water and was deployed on the 7th June 1993.
27.12.907N 80.06.080W
TREE BARGE  (Martin County)
141'x36'x8' Steel Barge lies in 182ft of water. Deployed 19th April 2002.
27.13.419N 80.00.270W
TRIO BRAVO - Tug (Broward County)
TRIO BRAVO was a 70 ft tug and lies in 145 ft of water.
26.08.474N 80.04.083W
TRIGGER (Panama City) 30.05.37N 85.48.06W
TORNY (Panama City)
Torny was a Norwegian vessel of 2424 tons. When on route from Tocopilla & Christobal (CZ) for Panama City with a cargo of 3650 tons of nitrates. Torpedoed on the 8th May 1942 by U-507 and sunk in position 26.45.00 N 86.40.00W. This vessel will be found in very deep water.
26.45.00N
position is PA
 
86.40.00W
position is PA
 
TONAWANDA - (Keys)
TONAWANDA was a steamer which was lost on the 29th March 1866 on Elbow Reef. Position is PA.
25.08.61N 80.15.79W
TORTUGA - (Dade)
TORTUGA was a 165 ft ship sunk on 25th April 1995 in 110 ft of water.
25.49.148N 80.05.650W
TOUCHET - (Turbine Tanker)
TOUCHET was a 10,172 ton American Turbine Tanker. She was was torpedoed on the 1st March 1943 by U-193 when on route from Baytown to New York carrying 16,500 tons of heating oil. Lies in some 1750 ft of water. 10 crew lost from a total crew of 80.
25.50.02N
position is PA
 
86.30.00W
position is PA
 
TOWER R. - Navigational Tower (Naples)
Reaches down 70 ft to the sea floor.
25.48.00N 82.13.00W
TRACOR DRY DOCKS - (Ft. Lauderdale -= Broward)
200 ft Steel Hulled Navy Dry Dock sunk in 235 ft of water. Deployed 22nd June 1982.
26.06.765N 80.04.233W
TREE BARGE (Martin County)
TREE BARGE was a 141 ft. Lies in 182 ft of water. Deployed on the 19th April 2002.
27.13.419N 80.00.27W
TREMBLAY REEF BARGE (Charlotte County)
90'x23'x8' Steel Deck Barge lies in 43 feet of water deployed on the 6th January 2005.
26.48.415N 82.22.651W
TSO PARADISE (Palm Beach County)
TSO PARADISE was a  82 ft Yacht. Lies in 55 ft of water.
26.45.79N 80.01.29W
TUF E NUF (Martin County)
70' Tugboat lying in 150 ft of water. Deployed on the 17th January 2011.
27.15.972N 80.00.991W
TUG REEF (St. Lucie County)
This tugboat sits in 212 ft of water.
27.24.292N 79.59.648W
TUG BOAT & BARGE (Pasco County-New Port Richey)
This unidentified 105 ft long tugboat was towing an 80 ft long barge when they encountered bad weather and both sunk.  The tug now sits upside down and intact in 85 ft of water, and the Barge rests about three quarters of a mile to the north.
28.14.450N 83.20.632W
TW SITE - TUG -(Duval)
This 150 ft tugboat sits in 86 ft of water and was deployed on the 31st Dec 1972.
30.29.537N 80.57.595W
TWO BARGES REEF SITE - (St. Lucie County)
61'x31'x12' Steel Barge in 42 ft of water. Deployed 19th January 1995.
27.26.65N 80.10.03W
TV BARGE - (St. Lucie County)
68' Steel Barge
27.26.577N 80.10.512W
TWIN BARGE (Panama City) 30.04.20N 85.44.96W
U-157 - German U Boat (Marquesas)
This 750 ton submarine is said to lie in 250 ft of water. Sunk on the 13th June 1942.
24.13.026N 82.02.989W
U-2513 - German U Boat (Dry Tortugas)
U-2513 was a Type XXI German U-boat built in 1944. Length of 252', she was the most technologically advanced U-boat built during World War II. The U-2513 was towed 23 miles northeast of the Dry Tortugas to be sunk as a target by the destroyer U.S.S. Robert A. Owens on 7th October 1951. She now sits in 214' of water.
24.52.015N 83.18.594W
UNITED CARIBBEAN - (Palm Beach County-Boca Raton)
UNITED CARIBBEAN was a 140'x 25' freighter. Lies in 72 ft of water. Deployed 15th Oct 2000.
26.19.268N 80.03.538W
UNION EXPRESS - (Pompano Beach)
UNION EXPRESS was a 174 ft Dutch freighter. Lies in 108 ft of water. Deployed 16th May 1991. Originally confiscated by the US Customs for drug running.
26.14.42N 80.03.51W
UNKNOWN AIRCRAFT (Panama City) 30.09.22N 85.50.43W
UNKNOWN AIRCRAFT EAST (Panama City) 30.02.23N 85.48.41W
UNKNOWN AIRCRAFT WEST (Panama City) 30.07.16N 85.49.68W
ULTRA FREEZE (Dade County)
ULTRA FREEZE was a 195 ft wreck and now lies in 120 ft of water.
25.37.151N 80.04.857W
UNKNOWN TUG (Pensacola)
Lies in 85 feet of water.
30.12.22N 86.57.93W
UNKNOWN WRECK
Unknown Wreck of a height of 32 ft in 95 to 100 ft of water.
26.45.82N 82.50.78W
UNKNOWN - Freighter
This 186 ft Freighter lies in 155 ft of water.
26.13.878N 80.03.440W
UNKNOWN SHIP
Unknown 210 ft ship lying in 265 ft of water.
26.08.895N 80.03.677W
UNKNOWN WRECK (Broward County)
Unknown Wreck lying  in 109 ft of water.
26.10.514N 80.03.453W
UNKNOWN SHIPWRECK
This unknown wreck lies well off the coast of from Sarasota
27.29.924N 84.14.740W
UNKNOWN SHIPWRECK - (Volusia County)
This unknown wreck lies deep in 500 ft of water.
28.47.320N 80.00.250W
UNKNOWN SHIPWRECK (Monroe County)
This large unknown 300' ship lies deep in 324 ft of water.
24.29.207N 80.19.653W
UNKNOWN SHIPWRECK
In 38 meters
27.34.430N 83.29.474W
UNKNOWN WOODEN WRECK - (Port Charlotte)
56 ft wooden vessel deployed in 60 ft of water near the tug Shirley D.
26.32.939N 82.24.836W
UNKNOWN DECK BARGE - (Dade)
This 120 deck barge lies in 120 ft of water. Deployed on 23rd April 2002.
25.49.360N  80.05.063W
UNKNOWN BARGE - (Broward County)
Lies 414 ft of water.
26.13.864N 80.02.571W
UNKNOWN BARGE (Bay County)
Barge lies in 103 ft of water.
30.01.331N 85.54.466W
UNKNOWN BARGE (Ft Myers)
Wk lies 42 ft of water.
27.19.05N 82.43.32W
UNKNOWN BARGE  (Escambia)
This barge lies in 75 ft of water. Sank on the 20th June 1990.
30.11.621N 87.13.88W
UNKNOWN BARGES (Pensacola) 30.16.75N 87.10.23W
UNKNOWN BARGE CONTAINERS (Sarasota)
Lies in 95 ft of water.
26.51.86N 82.26.54W
UNKNOWN BARGE (Venice)
Lies in 42 ft.
27.19.05N 82.43.32W
URCA DE LIMA - Galleon (St Lucie )
This galleon sank in a storm in 1715. Her remains can be found here in 16 ft of water.
27.30.079N 80.17.936N
USCGC MOHAWK
Mohawk was sunk as artificial reef on 2nd July 2012.
26.33.146N 82.43.423W
UTOPIA
Small dive boat wreck from 1995. Not much left.
27.41.515N 82.36.516W
VALBANERA - (Monroe County)
Valbanerawas built in 1906 by the C. Cornell and Company shipyard in Glasgow, Scotland. Dimensions: 400' in length, 48' beam, 5,099 tons gross weight and of 12,500 tons. Powered by two alternative triple expansion, Dunsmuir and Jackson 444 HP engines.
24.33.480N 82.28.414W
VAMAR - British Gunboat (Mexico Beach)
Vamar was built in 1919 by Smiths Dock Co. in Middleboro, England. She was originally built as a gunboat for the British Admiralty and named Kilmarnock. Dimensions: 170'x30' and 598 gross tons. In 1928 she was sold and renamed Chelsea. In the 1920's, renamed Eleanor Boling. As the Eleanor Boling, she served as a base ship for the Byrd Antarctic Expedition. In 1933 she was renamed Vamar when purchased by Vamar Shipping Company. In 1941 she was transferred and sailed under a Panamanian flag. The Vamar foundered and capsized in heavy seas on March 21, 1942. Lies scattered in 25 ft and is known locally as the Lumberboat or Lumbership Wreck.
29.53.963N 85.27.900W
VERA CRUZ WRECK
In 75 feet of water. Off Canaveral
28.43.143N 80.23.122W
VIC'S BARGE - (Duval)
VICS BARGE is 150 ft. Lies in 58 ft of water. Deployed 31st Dec 1985.
30.23.28N  81.10.48W
VICTORY -(Volusia)
Wk lies in 81 ft of water.
29.17.230N 80.52830W
VISIBLE UNKNOWN WRECK -(Monroe County)
 
24.39.099N 81.31.978W
VITRIC - Schooner Barge (Key Largo)
VITRIC is a  165' wooden barge also called the Molasses Wreck.  Lost in 29th March 1944 and lies in 300 ft of water.
24.57.866N 80.18.986W
VIXEN WRECK - (Port Charlotte - Lee County)
VIXEN is a broken wooden 57 ft ship. Lies in 60 ft of water. Deployed in 1st Feb 1997.
26.32.838N 82.24.793W
V TOWER Barge (Franklin)
V TOWER barge lies in 70 ft of water and was deployed on the 31st Dec 1981.
29.24.93N  84.20.06W
W. D. ANDERSON - (Martin County-Jupiter)
10,227 Tanker lies in 550 feet of water. Torpedoed by U-504 on 22nd Feb 1942.
27.14.375N 79.54.638W
WALKE Q. - (Dade)
Walke Q is a  200 ft steel ship. Lies in 282 ft of water. Deployed 31st Dec 1980.
25.49.566N

80.04.090W

WALTON HOPPER BARGE (Walton County)
Walton Hopper Barge is a 195 ft. Lies in 77 ft of water. Deployed on the 30th June 1999.
30.19.686N

86.22.899W

WARSAW BUS (Panama City) 30.04.32N 85.48.87W
WARWICK FERRY- (Duval County)
Warwick Ferry lies in 105 ft.
30.21.67N 80.49.74W
WELLWOOD - (Monroe County)
400' Freighter lies inside Molasses Reef
25.00.636N 80.22.365W
WENDY ROSSHEIM - (Broward)
Wendy Rossheim was a 118 ft Patrol Boat. Lies in 65 ft of water. Sank 26th December 1991.
26.09.183N 80.04.820W
WEST END - (Dade)
This 110 ft steel ship lies in 228 ft of water. Deployed 1st July 1973.
25.47.454N 80.02.947W
WHISTLE BUOY - (Monroe County)
The "Whistle Buoy Wreck" or "Harris Freighter" is an unknown wreck that was intentionally sunk. Lies in 220 ft of water near Pacific Reef.
25.17.762N 80.09.020W
WHITTAKER'S SNAPPER HOLE TUG (Nassau County)
This tugboat lies in 60 ft of water. Deployed 31st Dec 1987.
30.39.338N 81.13.874W
WHITE COAST - (Miami - Dade))
White Coast was a 38 ft tug. Lies in 68 ft of water. Sank in May 1995.
25.45.314N 80.05.244W
WHITEMAN Tug (Okaloosa County)
Whiteman tugboat was deployed on the 31st Dec 1986.
30.03.692N 86.47.847W
WICKSTROM  (Martin County)
Wickstrom was a 168 ft ship. Formally called Lady Lora. Lies in 188 ft of water. Sank on 21st Jan 2003.
27.13.492N 80.00.318W
WILKES-BARRE USS- US Cruiser (Keyes)
Wilkes-Barre was a 610 ft WW2 Cleveland Class Light Cruiser  of 10,000 tons was sunk in 1972 as part of the artificial reef project. Lies upright in 320 ft of water.
BOW
24.29.095N
STERN
24.29.067W
BOW
81.33.200W
STERN
81.33.138W
WJ SHRIMPBOAT (Pinellas County)
45'x12'x25' Steel Hulled Shrimper in97ft of water. Sank 8th December 2004.
27.41.686N 83.17.547W
WORDEN - Motor Freighter (Cape Canaveral)
Worden was a 555 tons motor freighter and was torpedoed and sunk by U-109 on the 1st May 1942. Lies 10 miles SE of Cape Canaveral. This information may be incorrect.
Unknown Unknown
YANKEE CLIPPER - (Bay County)
Yankee Clipper lies in 60 ft of water.
30.00.670N 85.38.890W
YAMAHA BARGE (Franklin)
Yamaha was a 195 ft steel hopper barge which was sunk in 75 ft of water as an artificial reef. 27th Dec 1993.
29.34.268N 84.32.363W
YMS-319 (Monroe County)
Minelayer deployed on the 25th May 1954. Lies in 24 ft of water.
24.38.03N 82.09.98W
YORKMOOR  - (In Very Deep Water 300 miles off Palm Beach)
Yorkmoor was British steam freighter of 4457 tons which was attacked by gunfire from U-506 and sunk. She was on route from St. Thomas to New York carrying a cargo of Bauxite. Lies in some 5000 metres.
29.30N
position is PA
 
72.29W
position is PA
 
YP-331 (Monroe County)
24 ton Patrol Boat sunk on the 23rd March 1944 lies in 10 ft of water.
24.56.03N 81.58.00W
ZALOPHUS
Sunk in 1945 in around 20 ft of water. Surface hazard.
27.21.019N 82.37.989W
ZINNIA USCG
Zennia is a Coastguard Cutter Buoy Tender Vessel. Deployed 31st Dec 1975. Lies in 190 ft of water.
29.17.741N 85.38.642W
ZION TRAIN M/V (Palm Beach County)
Zion Train is a 164 ft vessel. She lies in 90 ft of water. Deployed on 2nd June 2003.
26.57.782N 80.00.440W
ZUESS Tug (Okaloosa County)
Zuess tugboat lies in 107 ft of water. Deployed on the 29th June 1992.
30.09.422N 86.44.490W


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Acknowledgments:
1. Diving Guide of Underwater Florida - Ned DeLoach 2. State of Florida Artificial Reef Locations - May 1st 2007
3. MBT Divers - Pensacola 4. AUE - Association of Underwater Explorers
5. Dan Berg Diving Guide 6. Miscellaneous Captains on the Dock
7. Shipwrecks of the Sunshine State - Michael C Barnette 8. Palm Beach County Environmental Resource Management
9. United States Shipwreck Database 10. uboat.net
11. AWOIS DATABASE 12. www.usmm.org
13. Shipwrecks In Florida -www.neptunoworld.com 14. Harold Bolton's Shipwreck Database
15. JSUW's South East Florida Shipwrecks 16. Lloyds Register of Shipping Losses
17. The Ships List 18. Nova Online
19. ubootwaffe.net 20. Wrecks & Shipfinds Worldwide www.abc.se
21. The Wrecksite www.wrecksite.eu 22.

 

Gulf of Mexico Blue Holes

NAME LATITUDE LONGITUDE DEPTH
Top Cap 27.11.733N 83.34.00W 162 feet
Deep Undercover 27.08.225N 83.26.391W 160 feet
Captiva Blue Hole 26.28.900N 82.44.190W 90 feet
Mud Hole 26.14.768N 82.00.637W 50 feet
Naples Blue Hole 25.50.570N 82.09.114W 225 feet
Chicken Pot Pie 25.40.744N 83.01.657W 168 feet
A.J. Hole *14089.3 44695.1 114 feet
Green Banana *14021.6 44769.4 154 feet
Pride Sink *14084.2 44958.3 124 feet
Awesome Sink *14034.3 44958.3 140 feet
Donut Hole *14076.9 44741.6  
Jack Hole (JH) 27.17.245N 83.09.637W 100/369 feet
Pride Sinkhole 27.34.445N 83.29.495W 186 feet
Suzie Red Snapper Hole 27.47.691N 83.47.453W 150 feet
Jewfish Hole 28.25.76N 82.42.53W 209 feet

* The numbers beginning with 140 are TDs, or Loran coordinates, and can be converted to latitude/longitude pretty accurately now with software

The list below of offshore springs from the Big Bend region are known springs, and were provided to us by the Suwannee River Water Management District, but neither they nor us have been able to confirm their accuracy.

Offshore Springs

(Please be aware most of these locations are all in very shallow water)

NAME LATITUDE LONGITUDE  
Econfina Spring 29.59.259N 83.55.187W  
Steinhatchee Spring 29.36.444N 84.00.038W  
Spring 22 29.53.400N 83.52.490W  
Ray Hole 29.44.540N 84.02.300W 60 feet
Ocean Hole 30.04.234N 84.07.420W  
Freshwater Cave 29.59.300N 83.55.240W  
Spring 1 29.27.380N 83.59.330W  
Spring 2 29.27.390N 83.59.330W  
Spring 3 29.26.398N 83.50.384W  
Crack 29.22.343N 83.44.057W  
Easy Rider Spring 29.22.335N 83.44.044W  
Lamb Spring 29.26.377N 29.26.377W  
Crack 2 29.23.491N 83.42.433W  
Limerock 29.36.230N 84.14.544W  
Spring 4 29.26.390N 83.50.369W  
Billy’s Hole 29.22.278N 83.55.311W  
John’s Hole 29.21.406N 83.57.221W  
John’s Hole 2 29.21.295N 83.57.382W  
Jack Hole 27.23.08N 83.12.95W 370 feet.
Dennis Spring 28.10.315N 87.37.598W  
The Springs 27.17.167N 83.09.735W 105 feet
North Spring 27.33.436N 83.29.520W  
The Springs #1
(Same as above?)
27.34.142N 83.29.511W  
King Main Spring 28.52.879N 82.35.788W  
Crystal Beach Spring 28.05.064N 82.47.084W  
       
  SINK HOLES    
Naples Sinkhole 26.05.179N 84.13.467W 175 meters
Jordan Sinkhole 24.16.424N 81.02.184W 366 meters
Marathon Sinkhole 24.15.328N 80.54.270W 461 meters
Key West Bioherm 24.21.803N 81.50.739W 198 meters
Alligator Bioherm #3 24.42.457N 80.31.051W 217 meters
Alligator Bioherm #4 24.44.71N 80.27.59W 213 meters
Jewfish Hole 28.25.76N 82.42.53W  
Top Cap 27.11.733N 83.34.000w 162 feet
Deep Undercover 27.08.225N 83.26.391 160 feet
A. J. Hole 27.2348N 83.122.57W 370 feet
Green Banana 14084.2 44769.4 435 feet
Pride Sink 14084.2 44958.3 124 feet
Awesome Sink 14034.3 44958..3 140 feet
Donut Hole 14076.9 44741..6  
Captiva Blue Hole 26.28.900N 82.44.190W 190 feet
Mud Hole 26.14.768N 82.00.637W 55 feet
Naples Blue Hole
(Black Hole)(Naples Spring)
25.50.570N 82.09.114W 162 feet
Chicken Pot Pie 15.40.744N 83.01.657W 168 feet
Tennessee Humps Bioherm T1 24.30.167N 80.40.188W 319 meters
Tennessee Humps Bioherm T2 24.35.267N 80.35.334W 213 meters
Glory Hole 28.41917N 83.46317W  
Spring Hole 28.11.254N 83.03.799W  

Depressions Gulf of Mexico

Depression #1 27.04.970N 83.58.180W  
Depression #2 27.00.300N 83.43.870W  
Depression #3 27.04.800N 83.40.680W  
Depression #4 27.11.420N 83.29.920W  
Depression #5 27.07.040N 83.26.330W  
Depression #6 27.17.820N 83.26.170W  
Depression #7 27.19.330N 83.22.220W  
Depression #8 27.34.330N 83.24.970W  
Depression #9 27.45.670N 83.28.830W  
Depression #10 27.31.870N 83.17.420W  


Deep Drop Locations East Florida

NAME LATITUDE LONGITUDE DEPTH
Buddy Merritt 26.14.150N 80.03.360W 414 feet
Pappa's Reef 26.14.102N 80.03.383W 270 feet
Bill Boyd 26.09.088N 80.03.842W 265 feet
FLA Reef 26.10.150N 80.03.362W 388 feet

Gulfstream Gas Pipeline Locations
 

Placed into service in May 2002, Gulfstream is a state-of-the-art, 745-mile natural gas delivery network from Louisiana to Tampa, quietly bringing unprecedented reliability to Florida energy consumers. As the Sunshine State’s first new natural gas pipeline in more than 40 years, Gulfstream can transport approximately 1.3 billion cubic feet of natural gas each day from vast natural gas reserves to a wide array of customers, including electric utilities, local distribution companies and municipal users.


Gas Pipeline 27.37.90N/83.15.00W
 

Uncovered pipe 27.34.640N 83.05.635W 75 feet
Pipeline Rocks West 27.35.148N 83.06.937W 77 feet
Pipeline Rocks East 27.35.112N 83.06.852 77 feet
Pipe Mitigation Site 27.39.238N 83.17.446W 102 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.56.00N 83.56.04W 157 feet
Gas Pipeline 28.19.508N 84.47.265W 252 feet
Gas Pipeline 28.14.748N 84.37.969W 222 feet
Gas Pipeline 28.23.253N 84.51.751W 147 feet
Gas Pipeline 28.15.587N 84.40.639W 121 feet
Gas Pipeline 28.09.764N 84.33.292W 121 feet
Gas Pipeline 28.04.769N 84.21.700W 111 feet
Gas Pipeline 28.50.165N 85.28.248W 438 feet
Gas Pipeline 28.09.053N 84.32.413W 234 feet
Gas Pipeline 29.02.101N 85.45.998W 606 feet
Gas Pipeline 28.31.242N 85.02.018W 372 feet
Gas Pipeline 28.43.869N 85.19.495W 450 feet
Gas Pipeline 28.39.135N 85.12.892W 438 feet
Gas Pipeline 29.08.717N 85.57.327W 642 feet
Gas Pipeline 28.30.585N 85.01.161W 360 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.53.30N 83.53.00W 144 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.50.03N 83.45.00W 144 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.47.00N 83.36.70W 124 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.44.10N 83.30.00W 124 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.40.60N 83.21.80W 104 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.55.768N 83.59.168W 85 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.46.193N 83.35.511W 65 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.37.90N 83.15.00W 91 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.36.50N 83.10.01W 88 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.34.80N 83.06.20W 104 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.34.55N 83.01.75W 44 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.34.55N 83.59.76W 43 feet
Gas Pipeline 27.34.55N 82.56.91W 43 feet

Elbow
 

Twin Peaks 27.43.911N 84.10.410W 150/172 feet
Doors 27.59.977N 83.39.955W  
North Elbow 27.51.43N 84.04.97W  
South Elbow 27.41.50N 84.11.94W  

Middle Grounds

Gwalia Wk (Middle Grounds Wk) 28.29.921N 84.06.863W
Lost Reef 28.12.408N 84.03.877W
Rocket Man Drop 28.18.494N 84.06.232W
Humpback Drop 28.33.946N 84.16.271W
Swim-Throughs 28.31.932N 84.16.622W
30 ft Break 28.32.823N 84.21.207W


 


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