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By Clyde Powell

 


Key West Scuba Diving Joe's Tug    

Joe's Tug
Diver Skill Level   Intermediate to Advanced
             Depth  
   65 Feet
          Current     
Light to Moderate


Scuba Diving Joe's Tug
 


Not to long ago a small tugboat was found sitting upright on the bottom in about 65 feet of water on the outside slope of a reef. It was named Joe's Tug after Joe Weatherby the diver who found it. This location offers a great opportunity for photographers. With its panoramic view. Because it sits on the outside slope of a reef the visibility is usually just about always over 60 feet, and sometimes over 100 feet. The deck is at about 40 feet. Making this a good dive for beginning divers. It also a good dive for anyone who has an interest in photography.


 

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