Hydro Atlantic


Water
Sea (Salt water)
Features
Wreck
Depth
26.9 m (avg)
53.3 m (max)
Diver Level
Technical Only
Dive Seven users have labelled this site as technical which means the site features depths beyond the typical recreational scuba diving limits of 40m/130ft and/or overhead environments. Specialized training and procedures are required in such cases.
Dive Seven users have indicated that boat traffic can be hazardous at this site. Take care when on or near the surface and use a buoy if required.
Dive Seven users have indicated that this site poses entanglement hazards.

This wreck sank naturally in a storm on December 7, 1987 just outside of the Boca Inlet at 174'. The ship was under tow to be used for salvage. She is a massive wreck, a 320 feet long freighter. Fish are everywhere! A huge crane creates an awesome silhouette at mid ship. The winch is still on the bow and the engine room is fun to explore as it is still intact, there are cables and rigging everywhere. The deck is littered with equipment. Swim down the stairs into the lower deck, the passageways are narrow though. The main deck is at 150 feet

Nearby Photos

Dives at this site

People who dived here

Top operators for Hydro Atlantic

Stats for this site

Create your free online log book now.  Easy, fast, waterproof!
dive site

Nearby Dive Sites

Annual Climate