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Florida Panhandle Shipwreck Trail

Florida Panhandle Shipwreck Trail

Miss Louise

Miss Louise

Miss Louise was a push tug sunk as an artificial reef in 1997. Storms have flattened some of the upper works, but there is still plenty of structure left for divers to explore. Resting upright on a sandy bottom, the wreck is in around 60 feet of water, perfect for novice and intermediate divers. This is an excellent training site, with Spanish mackerel, kings, barracuda, and baitfish making appearances. Lucky visitors might encounter pelagic fish, a resident goliath grouper, or even a whale shark.

Date of Sinking Depth Length Beam Location
1997 60 ft. 95 ft. 23 ft. 30° 22.282’ N
086° 25.315’ W
Date of Sinking 1997
Depth 60 ft.
Length 95 ft.
Beam 23 ft.
Location 30° 22.282’ N
086° 25.315’ W

Destin, FL

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