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The cargo boat Marie L. and the tugboats Pat and Beata were artificially scuttled in the end of the last century.
|Name Dive Site:||Marie L., Pat, Beata|
|Depth: ||18-26m (59-85ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||bviscubadive|
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The three wrecks Marie L., Pat and Beata are resting against one another on a white sand bottom at 80' (26m) making for an interesting dive. From a lush coral reef at 35' (12m) you gently descend to 55' (18m) which then drops down a wall to the sand bottom. Emerging from the misty haze of these azure waters, the rusted hulls of these derelicts mysteriously appear. Similarly the thousands of tiny garden eels buried in the surrounding sands disappear upon approach and then silently reappear as you glide past. We can almost guarantee that you will see the sand covered outlines and bulging eyes of at least one stingray upon your visit to the Marie L. and Pat.
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