USCG Duane Deep Nov 29th

The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Duane lies upright on a sandy bottom in 120 feet of water one mile south of Molasses Reef off Key Largo.

After being decommissioned on August 1, 1985, as the oldest active U.S. military vessel, the Duane was donated to the Keys Association of Dive Operators for use as an artificial reef. On November 27, 1987, she was towed to Molasses Reef, her hatches opened, her holds the pumped full of water, and down she went to begin her final assignment.

The Duane is 327ft long and sits at 125ft deep. The majority of the dive is at 100ft. 

* Advanced Open Water certified divers only.

* Nitrox is highly reccommended.


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USCG Duane Deep Nov 29th

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