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M/V Janet

M/V Janet, an 85-foot steel tugboat, was deployed by the City of Destin on October 1st, 1997. Divers reported the wreck was covered with baitfish and kingfish in one day. It rests upright at 93 feet with 30 feet of relief; it is a great wreck dive for recreational and/or novice divers. Swim-through are possible on this vessel, and Divers may see snapper, trigger fish, grouper, amberjack, and a resident Goliath Grouper. This tug is also associated with a concrete artificial reef complex, Okaloosa Haven #6.

Date of Sinking Depth Length Beam Location
October 1, 1997 93 ft. 85 ft. Unknown 30° 15.8394’ N
086° 23.1048’ W
Date of Sinking October 1, 1997
Depth 93 ft.
Length 85 ft.
Beam 0 ft.
Location 39° 15.8394’ N
086° 23.1048’ W

Destin, FL

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