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LADY LUCK

The Lady Luck is 324 ft. long, 50 ft wide tanker that rises to nearly 60 from the surface at her mast. You will notice on your descent the Lady Luck logo on each side of her stack, welcoming you to the world’s first underwater casino ding ding ding ding! Artist Dennis McDonald has created a…

Nursery

This site was named “Nursery” many years ago after the family of nurse sharks that reside there. There is good habitat here, with large under cut ledges. The sharks are used to divers and snorkelers and usually swim around under the boat. Hundreds of other fish surround the snorkelers on the surface. Occasionally we see…

RSB-1

The RSB-1 is a 160′ long tender. The bow is pointing to north and the ship is upright. This is another ship with tall structure on the wheel house, creating a great fish haven. Usually you will see schools of fish around the mast, Penetrating the ships hold is very easy thru large openings. History:…

SEA EMPEROR

The Sea Emperor was a hopper barge 171′ long and 45′ wide. The barge is upside down with the bow pointing to the south. Inside the wreck and to the east lie 1600 tons of concrete drainage culverts. The barge is also home to Goliath Groupers, eels, stingrays, nurse sharks and hundreds of other fish….

SS COPENHAGEN

The SS Copenhagen was a steamer 325′ long with a beam of 47′. The wreck is broken up along the eastern side of the Pompano Drop Off. While some of the wreckage is buried you can still make out many features of the wreck. It is nostalgic diving or snorkeling a wreck site over a…

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