Tug Born Again

Tug Born Again Book Now Purposefully sunk as an artificial reef on January 24, 1991, the 65-foot Tugboat Born Again is partially intact with twenty-one 19ft sections of metal pipe extending from her decking. She currently rests in 95ft of water with her upper sections...

Three Coal Barges

Three Coal Barges Book Now In 1974, three steel coal barges broke free from their transport vessel on their way to reefing at another location. In order to prevent the barges from becoming a navigation hazard, explosives experts from the U.S. Navy sank them at their...

Tenneco Rig

Tenneco Rig Book Now Located roughly 26 miles SSE of Pensacola Pass the Tenneco Rig Site consist of two 500 ton structures donated to Escambia County by the Tenneco Oil Company. The Tenneco Rig is a retired oil rig jacket deployed in 1982 as a part of the “Rigs to...

Russian Freighter (aka S.S. San Pablo)

Russian Freighter (aka S.S. San Pablo) Book Now There was a lot of mystery behind the sinking of the San Pablo in August 1944 which led to the local name of The Russian Freighter. The San Pablo actually spent her life as a fruit transport ship running from Central...

Pete Tide II

Pete Tide II Book Now The Pete Tide II is a 180′ former oil field supply boat that was sunk as an artificial reef in 1993. This fully intact wreck is one of the most popular sites in the area and always has a plethora of marine life surrounding it. The pilot house at...
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