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Tracy Wreck | Fort Lauderdale Wreck Dive

Dive Site: Tracy Wreck (Ken Vitale) (Tracey Wreck) City: Fort Lauderdale, Florida Coordinates: 26 09.559′ N 80 04.763′ W Type of Dive: South Florida Boat / Line Down Dive Depth: 55ft Wheelhouse, 82ft Sand Last Updated: 8/5/2018 History Of The Tracy Wreck: Not much is known about Tracy’s history. In the mid-90s she

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RSB-1 Wreck | Pompano Beach Wreck Dive

Dive Site: RSB-1 Wreck City: Pompano Beach, Florida Coordinates: 26 13.642′ N 80 03.896′ W Type of Dive: South Florida Boat / Line Down Dive Depth: 78ft Wheelhouse, 90ft Deck, 120ft Sand Last Updated: 9/5/2016 History of the RSB-1 Wreck: The 160-foot RSB-1 tender was built in 1966 for the U.S. Navy as a range support

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United Caribbean Wreck | Boca Raton Wreck Dive

Dive Site: United Caribbean Wreck City: Boca Raton, Florida Coordinates: 26 19.268′ N 80 3.539′ W Type of Dive: South Florida Boat / Line Down Dive Depth: 62ft Top,  76ft Sand Last Updated: 6/21/2016 History of the United Caribbean Wreck: The United Caribbean is better known to the public as the Golden Venture. At

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Quick Update | Wreck Sites To Come!

Hi Sink, Florida, Sink! scuba divers! Hope everyone is doing well. We just wanted to say thank you for being fans of our website wanted to give you a quick update….BEFORE we email our subscribers. 2016 will hold a huge expansion for Sink, Florida, Sink! What started out as

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Jim Atria Wreck | Fort Lauderdale Wreck Dive

Dive Site: Jim Atria Wreck City: Fort Lauderdale, Florida Coordinates: 26 09.870′ N 80 04.225′ W Type of Dive: South Florida Boat / Line Down Dive Depth: 115ft Wheelhouse, 141ft Sand Last Updated: 11/7/2015 History Of The Jim Atria Wreck: The Jim Atria Wreck is formally known as the 240-foot Dutch freighter Poinciana, was

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South Florida Wreck Dive Sites + Locations

Broward County has created over 115 artificial reefs, including wrecks since 1982. Palm Beach County has sunk over 150 reefs since the start of their reef program in 1987. These reefs are made from a variety of materials including ships, barges, oil rigs, concrete culverts, engineered concrete

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