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Prince Albert Wreck

16° 21' 25.69" N
86° 25' 58.68" W

Difficulty: Easy
Minimum Depth: 45ft/14m
Maximum Depth: 65ft/20m
Features: Mooring

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An intentionally sunk wreck (1985), the Prince Albert is a 165-foot freighter that is home to pipefish and seahorses. Extensive coral growth almost completely covers the entire wreck. Penetration possibilities exist if you're certified as a PADI Wreck Diver. Eagle rays, southern sting rays, and squid often pass alongside. A DC-3 plane fuselage is just a few yards away. There are ways to visit the wreck whether you're a beginner or advanced diver. Main deck of the wreck is 25’; maximum depth is 60’. Resting at 60’ and flanked by two towering coral wall‘s, a.k.a. Channel Shore, the freighter measures 140’ from bow to stern. Sunk in 1985, the ship is beautified by an abundance of soft and hard corals. Multiple access points make the wreckage easy to penetrate its spacious interior. A fin kick away within the channel lies the fully intact fuselage of a DC-3 airplane.

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