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By Clyde Powell

 


Key West Scuba Diving the Eagle    

The Eagle
Diver Skill level    Advanced
        Depth       75 to 120 Feet
            Current     Moderate to Strong


Scuba Diving, Key West, Florida Keys
 

In December of 1985 the Eagle was the first ship deliberately sunk in the Florida Keys. She lies in 120 feet of water midway between Crocker Reef, and Alligator Light. The Eagle rest on its starboard side with her bow pointing inshore. The hull is perpendicular with the current of the gulf stream. This out her superstructure in the lee of the current. You first encounter the hull at 75 feet. The current is strong but once you go over the edge to explore the decks it is much less. Here you will find an abundance of fish, and other sea creatures.

Clyde's Key West Scuba Diving


 

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