Ancient Mariner Wreck June 6th

Ancient Mariner Wreck (depth 72')

This 165' US Coast Guard cutter used to be a restaurant located on the new River in Fort Lauderdale. She sank at the dock before she opened and was recovered, cleaned, and prepped to become a restaurant again. Amazingly, it then sank again. She was officially sunk off Deerfield Beach in about 72' of water on June 9, 1991 by the artificial reefs program in Broward County. Great for new and inexperienced divers, as well as photographers and more advanced divers alike. There is a small tugboat about 85 feet off the bow called the Berry Patch.

Check in at 7:15 Am Departure at 8:00AM

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Ancient Mariner Wreck June 6th

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