Pensacola Dive Sites

Escambia County Public Articial Reefs

Wrecks

NAME NOTES DEPTH LATITUDE LONGITUDE CHECKED
Antares 347′ Freighter- broken up; in several large pieces 130′ 30 00.582’N 87 07.774’W Jul-13
Avocet Dredge 247′ dredge AVOCET 115′ 29 58.399’N 87 12.630’W
Born Again Tug 65′ tug & several steel pipes; good cond. 95′ 30 08.222’N 87 14.218’W Jun-14
Knicklebine Barge 117 ft barge with 14 lg. concrete pieces 122′ 30 01.970’N 87 11.495’W Feb-03
Don Phillips Barge & Parks Built Jan 05; 120ft barge & 14 merry-go-rounds 100′ 30 05.750’N 87 10.600’W Sep-13
Joe Patti Memorial Reef** 175ftx40ftx10ft barge with numerous steel figures welded to deck 50′ 30 17.330’N 87 13.755’W Jun-14
Kingry Barge barge upside down on crushed steel tanks;SW end subsided 90′ 30 09.577’N 87 13.902’W Mar-07
Liberty Ship Reef** Liberty Ship “Joseph L. Meek” 95′ 30 16.384’N 87 09.574’W Nov-01
Navy Barge** Barge is 12m south of Camel/ 10% subsided 82′ 30 11.180’N 87 14.750’W Mar-07
Navy Camel** Camel 12m north of barge/10% subsided 82′ 30 11.194’N 87 14.764’W Sep-13
Navy YDT-14 Navy Dive Tender 132′; good condition 95′ 30 05.330’N 87 09.640’W Jun-14
Navy YDT-15 Navy Dive Tender 132′ roof gone; wires in pilot house 96′ 30 05.267’N 87 09.550’W Aug-13
Ocean Wind Tug** 87-foot steel tugboat reefed 13 Jan 2016 82′ 30 10.995’N 87 12.017’W Jan-16
Oops Barge** Small barge 75′ 30 13.233’N 87 13.992’W Sep-13
PC Barge & Towers** Holes along sides of barge; 2 sets towers 82′ 30 11.190’N 87 14.070’W Jun-14
Pete Tide II 180′ steel vessel; good cond.; faces NNW 102′ 30 08.760’N 87 14.020’W Sep-13
Russian Freighter** “San Pablo” 84′ 30 11.333’N 87 13.057’W Aug-13
Santa Rosa County Tug damaged by hurricanes (superstructure torn off) 98′ 30 05.950’N 87 10.950’W Aug-13
Soule Barge & Towers** Barge is upside-down/ 15% subsided 83′ 30 10.888’N 87 14.566’W Mar-07
Tessie** very small mark 77′ 30 11.637’N 87 14.452’W Mar-07
Tex Edwards Barge** barge; broken up 75′ 30 16.138’N 87 10.157’W Nov-01
Three Barges** 3 coal barges (reef is 39 yrs old; time & storms taking their toll) 54′ 30 17.450’N 87 13.257’W Jun-14
Tug Deliverance** Tug midships gone (except engine) 83′ 30 10.907’N 87 14.618’W Sep-13
Tug Herron & LCM 53′ tug buried @ stern; superstr.damaged;51′ LCM tornup 92′ 30 08.187’N 87 13.684’W Mar-07
Tug Philip 60′ steel tug; fair condition; 20% subsided 97′ 30 07.973’N 87 13.332’W Jun-14
Tug Sylvia** Wheelhouse & upper deck gone/ 20% subsided 82′ 30 11.100’N 87 14.200’W Sep-13
USS Massachusetts** 340′ battleship – Florida Underwater Archeological Preserve 30′ 30 17.795’N 87 18.720’W Oct-01
USS Oriskany Memorial Reef 911′ Essex Class Aircraft Carrier; Danger do not enter interior 212′ 30 02.555’N 87 00.397’W Jul-14

**Reefs in “State Waters”

Oil Rigs

NAME NOTES DEPTH LATITUDE LONGITUDE CHECKED
Chevron Oil Rig 2 pieces oil rig jacket sit side-by-side(within 76′ of surface) 137′ 30 04.244’N 87 02.118’W Jun-04
Tenneco Oil Rig Dismantled Oil Platform, Jacket Portion 175′ 29 59.733’N 87 05.111’W Oct-01

Bridge Rubble

NAME NOTES DEPTH LATITUDE LONGITUDE CHECKED
Bayou Chico Bridge Rubble small mark 89′ 30 09.335’N 87 13.860’W Mar-07
Blackwater Bridge Rubble 50 concrete pilings(35’x2’x2′);stacked&scattered 91′ 30 09.115’N 87 13.575’W Mar-07
Bridge Rubble** concrete rubble 80′ 30 13.954’N 87 12.124’W Oct-01
Capt Bob Quarles Reef** 270 tons of concrete materials 13′ 30 19.738’N 87 10.871’W Feb-11
Capt John A. Racine Reef 8000 tons concrete “Pens Bay Fishing bridge” rubble 85′ 30 05.900’N 87 09.027’W Jul-13
Casino Fishing Reef** concrete rubble 60′ 30 18.722’N 87 07.331’W
David Bogan Reef (I-10 #1) I-10 Br Rubble Reef 1 by Tidewater/Skansa/Flat Iron 75′ 30 06.750’N 87 24.250’W Aug-13
I-10 Bridge Rubble Reef #2 I-10 Br Rubble Reef 2 by Tidewater/Skansa/Flat Iron 78′ 30 06.700’N 87 25.300’W Jul-14
I-10 Bridge Rubble Reef #3 I-10 Br Rubble Reef 3 by Tidewater/Skansa/Flat Iron 86′ 30 06.700’N 87 26.300’W Sep-13
I-10 Bridge Rubble Reef #4 I-10 Br Rubble Reef 4 by Tidewater/Skansa/Flat Iron 90′ 30 06.600’N 87 27.500’W Sep-10
I-10 Bridge Rubble Reef #5 I-10 Br Rubble Reef 5 by Tidewater/Skansa/Flat Iron 93′ 30 06.600’N 87 28.600’W Sep-13
I-10 Bridge Rubble Reef #6 I-10 Br Rubble Reef 6 by Tidewater/Skansa/Flat Iron 83′ 30 06.550’N 87 29.550’W Sep-13
Mary Hartshorn Reef (I-10 #7) I-10 Br Rubble Reef  by Tidewater/Skansa/Flat Iron 83′ 30 05.950’N 87 25.950’W Aug-13
I-10 Br. Rubble/ Culverts** Bridge rubble & concrete pipes; 80′ 30 11.768’N 87 14.328’W Jul-14
Joseph L. & Jane Watts Reef** Two concrete deck “T” spans: 4’x3’x60’ 46′ 30 18.020’N 87 12.797’W Aug-13
Mayor Lane Gilchrist Reef** 8000 tons of concrete rubble from Gulf Breeze Fishing Bridge 50′ 30 17.467’N 87 13.773’W Jun-14
NPR#1 Navarre Pier Rubble** 59 concrete pieces: deck spans, pilings, piling caps 45′ 30 18.000’N 87 12.600’W Aug-13
NPR#3 Navarre Pier Rubble** Two concrete deck “T” spans: 10’x3.5’x45’ 49′ 30 17.995’N 87 12.870’W May-10
NPR#4 Navarre Pier Rubble** Two concrete deck “T” spans: 10’x3.5’x45’ 46′ 30 17.991’N 87 13.068’W May-10
Pat Doman Reef** Concrete rubble (pilings) from Gulf Breeze Fishing Bridge 50′ 30 17.435’N 87 13.305’W Jul-11
PENHALL REEF 5700 tons concrete bridge rubble 92′ 30 05.523’N 87 11.497’W Feb. 02
PENHALL II 4500 tons concrete bridge rubble (steel water pipe added 2008?) 94′ 30 05.000’N 87 11.000’W Aug-13
Pensacola Bay Fishing Bridge#2 4500 tons concrete “Pens. Bay Fishing bridge” rubble 113′ 30 06.723’N 87 09.673’W Feb-07
Rich Sleppy Memorial Reef** Two concrete deck “T” spans: 10’x3.5’x45’; 10’x3.5’x40′ 45′ 30 17.978’N 87 13.108’W May-10
Will Davis Reef 44′ shrimpboat + approx. 100 tons concrete rubble 100′ 30 05.864’N 87 10.510’W Sep-08
Yancy Spencer III Reef** Concrete rubble (piling caps) from Gulf Breeze Fishing Bridge 50′ 30 17.485’N 87 13.295’W Jul-11

**Reefs in “State Waters”

Military Tanks

NAME NOTES DEPTH LATITUDE LONGITUDE CHECKED
Battle Tank 7A Steel battle tank; upside down; 20% subsided 83′ 30 09.738’N 87 14.461’W Mar-07
Battle Tank 7B Steel battle tank; upside down on left side; 15% subsided 92′ 30 09.370’N 87 14.437’W Mar-07
Battle Tank 7G2 Steel battle tank; sitting upright; 10% subsided 82′ 30 09.671’N 87 14.435’W Aug-13
Battle Tank 7G3 Steel battle tank; upside down on left side 84′ 30 09.610’N 87 14.427’W Mar-07
Battle Tank 7G4 buried??? 81′ 30 09.087’N 87 14.341’W Mar-07
Battle Tank 7H Steel battle tank; upside down; subsided past turret 91′ 30 09.190’N 87 14.370’W Mar-07
Battle Tank 7M1 Steel battle tank; upside down on left side 85′ 30 09.431’N 87 14.341’W Mar-07
Battle Tank 7M2 Steel battle tank; on right side; 20% subsided 85′ 30 09.375’N 87 14.293’W Mar-07
M60 Battle tank 1 On right side 107′ 30 06.685’N 87 11.951’W Jun-04
M60 Battle tank 2 On left side 110′ 30 06.693’N 87 11.921’W Jun-04
M60 Battle tank 3 75 feet NE of Tank 2 110′ 30 06.702’N 87 11.901’W Jun-04
M60 Battle tank 4 Good “ledge” under tank 113′ 30 06.711’N 87 11.873’W Jun-04
M60 Battle tank 5 More subsided 109′ 30 06.741’N 87 11.804’W Jun-04

Reef Balls, Pyramids, Limestone Modules, Culverts, etc.

NAME NOTES DEPTH LATITUDE LONGITUDE CHECKED
21 Concr. Reef Modules #2 21 concrete reef modules, (found 4) 95′ 30 06.257’N 87 07.964’W Jun-04
21 Concr. Reef Modules #3 21 concrete reef modules, (found 3 + airplane wing) 96′ 30 05.902’N 87 07.653’W Jun-04
21 Concr. Reef Modules #4 21 concrete reef modules, (found 5) 91′ 30 05.831’N 87 08.149’W Jun-04
5 Concrete Pyramids GG very small mark 98′ 30 08.882’N 87 13.734’W Mar-07
5 Concrete Pyramids SS very small mark 100′ 30 08.500’N 87 13.475’W Mar-07
53 Concr. Reef Modules #1 53 concrete reef modules (found all 53) 91′ 30 05.986’N 87 07.950’W Jun-04
5 Towers T4** NW of original deployment 30 11.248’N 87 14.122’W Aug-02
Academy Reef 1** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 44′ 30 17.808’N 87 14.176’W Aug-13
Academy Reef 2** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 47′ 30 17.760’N 87 14.184’W Jun-09
Admiral Fetterman Reef 15 “Superball” Reef balls + 100 tons rock rubble 93′ 30 04.682’N 87 11.878’W Jun-06
Andi Coyle Reef** 1 Walter Marine Limestone module;l 1 grouper module 40′ 30 17.898’N 87 13.863’W Jul-09
Bill Harris Memorial Reef 4 Rebar units donated by PensRecreationalFisherAssoc 98′ 30 06.047’N 87 11.333’W Jun-09
Brown Barge Mid School Reef 1 Goliathball; 5 Palletballs 30 06.512’N 87 11.638’W 2004?
CCA Pensacola Reef 1 concrete “Florida Limestone” reef module 93′ 30 06.730’N 87 11.700’W Apr-07
Celia Reef 15 Concrete/steel tetrahedral modules 92′ 30 05.235’N 87 11.895’W Sep-12
Concrete Culverts** 30 12.040’N 87 14.330’W
Concrete Culverts** 30 11.770’N 87 14.250’W
Cox Communications Reef Donated by Red Snapper World Championship Tourney 30 06.164’N 87 25.007’W
Culverts L17** very small mark 72′ 30 12.025’N 87 14.299’W Mar-07
David Lee Sellers Reef** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 53′ 30 17.576 ‘N 87 14.149’W Jun-09
David’s Reef** 4 concrete pyramids 43′ 30 17.833’N 87 13.869’W Jun-09
DJ Hooks Reef 5/8″ to 1″ Rebar Welded 10-20″ x 10′ x 10′ structure 85′ 30 05.748’N 87 08.861’W Oct-06
Donut** Steel – CORRECT coords provided by Bryan Clark 20 May 2014 82′ 30 10.913’N 87 14.484’W Aug-02
ECUA culverts** 5 Concrete pipes & 2 steel towers/40% subsided 83′ 30 12.295’N 87 14.370’W Mar-07
ECUA Steel water pipes 160 steel water pipes from old Pens. Beach bridge 96′ 30 05.025’N 87 11.015’W Aug-13
Eilene Beard Reef 20 concrete pyramids (Walter Marine “coquina” reefs) 93′ 30 04.415’N 87 12.258’W May-06
Eternal Reef #1 2 Palletballs; 3 Bayballs 30 06.474’N 87 08.974’W Aug-03
Eternal Reef #2 2 Palletballs; 3 Bayballs 30 05.503’N 87 30.180’W Oct-04
Eternal Reef #3 1 Ultraball; 2 Palletballs; 4 Bayballs 30 05.506’N 87 30.101’W Oct-05
Eternal Reef #4 1 Ultraball; 5 Palletballs; 2 Bayballs 30 05.506’N 87 30.208’W Oct-06
Eternal Reef 2011** 4 Concrete “ReefBall” modules 45′ 30 17.731’N 87 13.873’W
Fishin’ Chix Reef 1 concrete “Fish Haven” module 96′ 30 06.750’N 87 11.247’W Apr-07
FrederickH.ClevelandReef** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 43′ 30 17.866 ‘N 87 14.194’W Jul-10
Freedom Boat Club Reef** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 52′ 30 17.616 ‘N 87 14.150’W Jun-09
FWCEE1 FWC funded 1 Walter Fla Special module 30 03.006’N 87 04.880’W Sep-13
FWCEE2 FWC funded 1 Walter Fla Special module 30 05.255’N 87 06.781’W
FWCEE3 FWC funded 1 Walter Fla Special module 30 04.598’N 87 08.657’W
FWCEE4 FWC funded 3 ARI Fish Haven modules 30 01.419’N 87 10.195’W
FWCEE5 FWC funded 3 ARI Fish Haven modules 30 05.129’N 87 06.402’W Sep-13
FWCEE6 FWC funded 3 ARI Fish Haven modules 30 03.278’N 87 05.557’W Sep-13
FWCEE7 FWC funded 2 Goliath Reefballs 30 01.462’N 87 09.373’W
FWCEE8 FWC funded 2 Goliath Reefballs 30 02.931’N 87 05.101’W Oct-13
FWCEE9 FWC funded 2 Goliath Reefballs 30 05.404’N 87 07.126’W Oct-13
GB Sertoma.com Reef 2** 2 Walter Marine Limestone modules; 1 grouper module (subsided) 45′ 30 17.878’N 87 13.969’W Jul-13
George & Jeri Wilkins Reef 19 Goliath Reefballs 90′ 30° 05.410’N 87 10.856’W Sep-13
George Touart Reef Donated by Reef Fish Restoration Association 116′ 30 06.659’N 87 10.839’W
GulfBreezeSertoma.com 7 concrete “Florida Limestone” reef modules 91′ 30 06.760’N 87 11.515’W Aug-10
Helen Mae Torres Reef** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 48′ 30 17.466’N 87 14.162’W Jun-09
Hill-Kelly Dodge Reef Donated by Red Snapper World Championship Tourney 30 05.975’N 87 24.939’W
Jeff’s Reef** 3 concrete “tables” 40′ 30 17.833’N 87 14.113’W Jul-09
Mara Reef 16 Concrete/steel tetrahedral modules 95′ 30 05.465’N 87 11.850’W Sep-12
Mayor Whibbs Reef 18 “Superball” Reef balls 90′ 30 04.637’N 87 11.663’W Jun-06
N. Monsanto boxes** Only concrete pilings remain (c.24) 30 12.185’N 87 14.695’W Aug-02
Outcast Fishing & Hunting** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 52′ 30 17.378’N 87 14.158’W Jun-09
Paolo’s Refuge 70 pieces concrete junction boxes & pieces 109′ 30 06.125’N 87 10.595’W Aug-13
Paradise B & G Reef** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 54′ 30 17.328’N 87 14.138’W Jun-09
Pat Donnelly Reef 27 “Goliath” reefballs 90′ 30 04.686’N 87 11.145’W May-05
Pens.Fishing Forum Reef 1 10 ft welded rebar tetrahedron 85′ 30 06.156’N 87 09.610’W Jun-06
Pens.Fishing Forum Reef 2 10 ft welded rebar pyramid 85′ 30 06.100’N 87 09.576’W Jun-06
Pens.Fishing Forum Reef 3 5/8″ to 1″ Rebar Welded 10-20″ x 10′ x 10′ structure 85′ 30 05.672’N 87 08.803’W Oct-06
Pens.Fishing Forum Reef 4 5/8″ to 1″ Rebar Welded 10-20″ x 10′ x 10′ structure 85′ 30 05.722’N 87 08.844’W Oct-06
Pens.Fishing Forum Reef 5 Steel Welded 8′ – 10′ Tetrahedron 85′ 30 05.781’N 87 08.872’W Sep-13
Preform concrete units 7JJ very small mark 91′ 30 09.814’N 87 13.713’W Mar-07
R083001 6 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef units 100′ 30 03.386’N 87 11.639’W Sep-08
R083002 6 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef units 95′ 30 03.140’N 87 11.640’W Sep-08
R083003 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 94′ 30 03.439’N 87 11.225’W Sep-08
R083004 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 100′ 30 03.170’N 87 11.252’W Sep-08
R083005 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 100′ 30 02.968’N 87 11.239’W Sep-08
R083006 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 103′ 30 02.718’N 87 11.253’W Sep-08
R083007 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 95′ 30 03.353’N 87 10.959’W Sep-08
R083008 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 95′ 30 03.066’N 87 10.982’W Sep-08
R083009 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 98′ 30 02.824’N 87 11.062’W Sep-08
R083010 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 100′ 30 02.570’N 87 11.011’W Sep-08
R083011 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 96′ 30 02.964’N 87 10.794’W Sep-08
R083012 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 98′ 30 02.763’N 87 10.695’W Sep-08
R083013 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 99′ 30 02.593’N 87 10.769’W Sep-08
R083014 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 94′ 30 03.635’N 87 10.515’W Sep-08
R083015 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 98′ 30 03.345’N 87 10.550’W Sep-08
R083016 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 97′ 30 03.066’N 87 10.546’W Sep-08
R083017 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 98′ 30 02.894’N 87 10.494’W Sep-08
R083018 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 100′ 30 02.614’N 87 10.524’W Sep-08
R083019 1 Walter Marine “Florida Limestone” concrete reef unit 96′ 30 03.641’N 87 10.218’W Sep-08
Ray Jones / Bere’ Reef 20 ft welded rebar reef 85′ 30 06.004’N 87 09.500’W Sep-13
Ray Jones Reef 100 ton concrete rubble & 15 GoliathReefballs 90′ 30° 05.360’N 87 10.530’W Sep-13
Red Snapper World Champ. Donated by Red Snapper World Championship Tourney 30 05.785’N 87 25.568’W Apr-08
RFRA Reef 1** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 52′ 30 17.276’N 87 14.152’W Jun-09
RFRA Reef 10** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 48′ 30 17.439’N 87 14.093’W Jun-09
RFRA Reef 11** 3 broken modules 49′ 30 17.372’N 87 14.085’W Aug-10
RFRA Reef 12** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 53′ 30 17.339’N 87 14.089’W Jun-09
RFRA Reef 13** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 55′ 30 17.294’N 87 14.072’W Jun-09
RFRA Reef 14** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 41′ 30 17.873’N 87 14.066’W Jun-09
RFRA Reef 2** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 39′ 30 17.863’N 87 14.146’W Jun-09
RFRA Reef 3** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 43′ 30 17.778’N 87 14.133’W Jun-09
RFRA Reef 4** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 43′ 30 17.739’N 87 14.131’W Jun-09
RFRA Reef 5** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 46′ 30 17.686’N 87 14.116’W Jun-09
RFRA Reef 6** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 47′ 30 17.632’N 87 14.116’W Jun-09
RFRA Reef 7** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 48′ 30 17.588’N 87 14.112’W Jun-09
RFRA Reef 8** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 48′ 30 17.534’N 87 14.112’W Jun-09
RFRA Reef 9** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 47′ 30 17.474’N 87 14.099’W Jun-09
Roy Jones Jr. Reef 2** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 51′ 30 17.669’N 87 14.169’W Jun-09
Roy Jones Jr.Reef 1** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 49′ 30 17.715’N 87 14.168’W Jun-09
Rusty B Reef 100 tons limerock + 20 “Goliath” reefballs 89′ 30 04.753’N 87 11.384’W May-05
S. Monsanto boxes** Only concrete pilings remain 75′ 30 11.856’N 87 14.823’W Aug-02
S.R. Co. Reefballs SRRB01 5 Reefballs (20-50 ft spacing) 94′ 30 05.285’N 87 09.700’W Jul-04
S.R. Co. reefballs SRRB02 5 Reefballs; subsided 40-50% 92′ 30 05.937’N 87 10.020’W Jul-04
S.R. Co. reefballs SRRB03 5 Reefballs, 1 upside-down; 2 broken 92′ 30 05.923’N 87 10.050’W Jul-04
S.R. Co. reefballs SRRB04 Only 1 reefball, down in a hole! 99′ 30 05.941’N 87 10.135’W Jul-04
S.R. Co. reefballs SRRB05 5 Reefballs: 1 broken; 3 on their side 96′ 30 05.960’N 87 10.210’W Jul-04
S.R. Co. reefballs SRRB06 5 Reefballs (1 on its side) 94′ 30 06.372’N 87 10.035’W Jul-04
S.R. Co. reefballs SRRB07 5 Reefballs: 1 broken; 3 on their side 95′ 30 06.389’N 87 10.084’W Jul-04
S.R. Co. reefballs SRRB08 5 Reefballs: 3 broken; 1 on side; subsided>50% 97′ 30 06.410’N 87 10.151’W Jul-04
S.R. Co. reefballs SRRB11 5 Reefballs: 2 broken 99′ 30 06.186’N 87 11.635’W Jul-04
Santa Rosa Co 05-01 15 concrete pyramids (Walter Marine “coquina” reefs) 95′ 30 04.464’N 87 11.205’W Jun-09
Santa Rosa Co 05-02 15 concrete pyramids (Walter Marine “coquina” reefs) 95′ 30 04.515’N 87 11.383’W Jun-09
School Reef Artificial Reefs, Inc. module 30 03.374’N 87 11.932’W Jul-04
Sea Rest Reef Concrete module donated by Sea Rest 100′ 30 05.858’N 87 10.441’W Sep-08
Susan Tay Fruitticher Reef 8 concrete “Florida Limestone” reef modules 92′ 30 03.796’N 87 11.521’W Apr-07
TDC Reef #1 Tourist Dev. Council Reef: 50 Walter Marine modules 95′ 30 03.815’N 87 10.885’W Sep-07
TDC Reef #2 Tourist Dev. Council Reef: 3 MC Group “Tall TeePees” 100′ 30 03.425’N 87 11.633’W Sep-07
TDC Reef #3 Tourist Dev. Council Reef: 4 MC Group “Tall TeePees” 95′ 30 03.157’N 87 11.640’W Jul-09
Tom White Printer Reef** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 49′ 30 17.426’N 87 14.146’W Jun-09
Towers T13** small 76′ 30 12.389’N 87 14.327’W Aug-02
Wayne Frier Reef** 3 ARI concrete pyramids donated by RFRA 53′ 30 17.518’N 87 14.158’W Jun-09
Will’s Playground 5/8″ to 1″ Rebar Welded 10-20″ x 10′ x 10′ structure 85′ 30 05.650’N 87 08.780’W Oct-06

**Reefs in “State Waters”