Great fun dive the first few times. Have seen more and more life on the wreck, but I enjoy going to other sites as well
This wreck had wonderful visibility - it's rare that I can shoot wide angle on a wreck at this depth with just natural light. It's really well cleaned out for penetration and has interesting passages. It wasn't as encrusted as I expected though - wondered if maybe the 2008 hurricane stripped it.
We went on a fairly windy day creating some surge on the wreck, which added to the mistique of this great ship! The mooring chain was clanking, and a door on the ship was opening and closing!! Being from Chicago and doing wreck dives in Lake Michigan, this was a great treat!! Wrecks in Lake Mich. are zebra mussels in... More
very cool to see! artifical reef with lots of sea life!
I don't care for wreck diving and was much more interested in the surrounding coral heads. That being said, the viz on the wreck was amazing (I am used to the Great Lakes) and there was lots to see.
Did 2 dives there aboard the Cayman Aggressoor IV. Very cool wreck to photograph. 330 foot Russian frigate, bought by Cayman govenment and sunk September 1996. There are canons fore and aft, wheelhouse tower and some penetration. Only twisted and destroyed in center, from a previous storm.
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