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Kissimee wreck was a small tug that was scuttled in 1982 for divers to enjoy.
|Name Dive Site:||Kissimmee, Kissimmee Wreck|
|Depth: ||39-82ft (12-25m)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
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One of the few wreck dives on the island, the 12m long Kissimee wreck used to be a tugboat. Nowadays upside down, but initially sunk for tourism in 1982 just offshore Scott Dock to create a great artificial dive site. Beware of the ships that dock here; do not dive when one is nearby. Spur and groove reef formations, populated in marine life and brightly decorated in coral. It is one of those scuba diving spots where the amount of color and things to see can overwhelm you. It is often dived as a decompression dive after the nearby much deeper wreck site called MV Captain Keith Tibbetts.
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