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OCEAN DIVE - CHAPARRA

Chaparra This Cuban freighter was built in 1906 and has a length of 249 feet. The Chaparra was carrying sugar from Havana Cuba to New York, when it was hit on the port side just in front of the bridge by a mine placed by the U-117. At the same time a wall of water hit the vessel covering the bridge, the freighter sa... Find Out More

OCEAN DIVE - SAN SABA

 SAN SABA SS was built in 1879 as an American passenger/cargo steamer of 2,810 grt. She was originally named the Colorado. In 1915 after a fire gutted the vessel she was rebuilt and renamed SAN SABA. She was 306 feet long and had a 39 foot beam. On October 4, 1918 the SAN SABA was en-route from new York to Tampa w... Find Out More

OCEAN DIVE - GREAT ISAAC

 The Great Isaac was a large ocean-going tug that sank due to a collision in 1947. The Great Isaac sits in 90 feet of water and is intact lying on it’s port (left) side. The Great Isaac was a part of the Normandy beach invasion and the captain at the time recieved a bronze start for memeritious duty under fi... Find Out More

OCEAN DIVE - MAURICE TRACY

 This collier type vessel was built in 1916, and has a length of 253 feet. In June 1944, the Maurice Tracey collided with Jesse Billingsley, traveling south from New York to Norfolk VA with coal. On the bottom the wreck was a serious navigation hazard and now lies flattened on the bottom in 70 feet of water. Find Out More

OCEAN DIVE - VIZCAYA

On October 30, 1890, this Spanish steamer was carrying a group of rich Cuban businessmen and their families when it was struck by the sailing vessel Cornelius Hargraves and suddenly sank.  A terrible tragedy, where only 19 survivors were rescued in the cold night.  Several discoveries including silv... Find Out More

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