Offshore Dives

Antares M/S

Depth: 90-130′
GPS Location: Latitude 30 00.582′ N Longitude 87 07.774′ W

The M/S Antares was intentionally sunk as an artificial reef in 1995. The 347′ freighter lies in 130′ of water 21 miles SE of Pensacola Pass. Hurricane Opal damaged the wreck and broke the hull however the stern section remains intact with the rest of the wreckage spread out over a wide area.

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Max Depth: 20ft
Difficulty: Beginner
Current: None
Location: 20km east of XX

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Avocet

Depth: 80-115′
GPS Location: Latitude 29 58.399′ N Longitude 87 12.630’W

The Avocet was a 247′ long, 52′ wide clam shell dredge that was sunk in 1991 to create an artificial reef. It now rest in 115′ of water about 21 miles SSE from Pensacola Pass. Over the years the upper section of the wreck has been broken off and scattered and the hull has sepearated into two sections about 10′ apart.

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DIVE SITE NAME 1

Max Depth: 20ft
Difficulty: Beginner
Current: None
Location: 20km east of XX

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