Current marine weather observations near the USS Oriskany
 


Pensacola Dive Sites



M/V Antares
  • 387ft Steel Freighter sank in 1995
  • Amazing wreck!
  • Depths range from 80ft - 130ft


Dredge Avocet
  • 247ft clam-shell dredge sank in 1991
  • Beautiful, mostly intact wreck
  • Depths range from 70ft - 115ft


Born Again Tug
  • Partially intact tug sunk in 1991
  • Numerous metal pipes attached to upper deck
  • Depths range from 88ft - 105ft


The Brass Wreck
  • 250 foot wooden schooner from the 19th Century
  • Depths range from 90ft - 95ft


Chevron Jacket
  • Retired oil platform (jacket) reefed in 1993
  • Covered in life from top-to-bottom
  • Depths range from 90ft - 138ft


Liberty Ship - Joseph E. Brown
  • WWII Cargo Vessel intentionally sunk in 1977
  • Mostly subsided but still plenty to see, especially for spearfishers and lobster hunters
  • Depths range from 90ft - 95ft


Liberty Ship - Joseph L. Meek
  • WWII Cargo Vessel intentionally sunk in 1976
  • Some relief left on this wreck despite it's age
  • Depths range from 75ft - 95ft


Navy Barge
  • Steel barge intentionally sunk in 1993
  • Depth 83ft


Navy Dive Tender (YDT-14)
  • Part of the Florida Panhandle Shipwreck Trail
  • Wheelhouse on the YDT-14 is mostly intact
  • 132ft Navy Dive Tender sunk in 2000
  • Depths range from 75ft - 98ft
Pensacola Wreck Diving Trail


Navy Dive Tender (YDT-15)
  • 132ft Navy Dive Tenders sunk in 2000
  • Great dives for photographers and spear fishers!
  • Depths range from 75ft - 98ft


Oops Barge
  • 65ft steel barge sank on October 2, 1995
  • About 5ft of verticl relief
  • Depth 75ft


PC Barge
  • Steel barge and galvanized radio tower frames sank in 1995
  • About 6ft of vertical relief
  • Depth 81ft


Pete Tide II
  • Part of the Florida Panhandle Shipwreck Trail
  • 180ft long platform supply vessel sank in 1993
  • Mostly intact vessel
  • Depths range from 70ft - 102ft
Pensacola Wreck Diving Trail


Russian Freighter (aka S.S. San Pablo)
  • Part of the Florida Panhandle Shipwreck Trail
  • Panamanian merchant vessel S.S. San Pablo
  • As much as 8ft of vertical relief
  • Depth 83ft
Pensacola Wreck Diving Trail


Soule Barge
  • Steel towers welded to barge
  • Mostly subsided wreck, but boilers and deck wenches are still identifiable
  • Depths range from 70ft - 83ft


Tenneco Jacket
  • Retired oil platform (jacket)
  • Covered in life from top-to-bottom, a beautiful dive!
  • Depths range from 100ft - 175ft


Tex Edward Barge
  • Steel Barge sank in 1982
  • Depth 80ft


Three Coal Barges
  • Three 140-foot long coal barges sunk in 1974
  • Covered in life from top-to-bottom, a beautiful dive!
  • Depths range from 45ft to 50ft
  • Great spot for shell and sand dollar collecting


Three Coal Barges
  • Part of the Florida Panhandle Shipwreck Trail
  • Three 140-foot long coal barges sunk in 1974
  • Covered in life from top-to-bottom, a beautiful dive!
  • Depths range from 45ft to 50ft
  • Great spot for shell and sand dollar collecting
Pensacola Wreck Diving Trail


USS Oriskany (CV/CVA-34)
  • Part of the Florida Panhandle Shipwreck Trail
  • 911ft long US Navy aircraft carrier
  • Recreational or technical dive beyond compare!
  • Depths range from 84ft to 120ft
  • More Information on the USS Oriskany
Pensacola Wreck Diving Trail Oriskany


USS Massachusetts (BB-2)
  • Indiana Class Battleship sunk in 1921
  • Significant relief left on this wreck despite it's age
  • Depths of 24 feet or less
  • More Information on the USS Massachusetts


Pensacola has literally hundreds of dive spots available for divers of all levels of training and experience. Ask the Captain about his favorite dive locations or review Escambia County's extensive (but not all-inclusive) list of wrecks and reefs here: Escambia County Marine Resources Division PUBLIC Artificial Reef List





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