Pete Tide II
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This is a 166 foot long retired offshore oil field utility vessel that was sunk in 1993 specifically for an artificial reef roughly 12.5 nautical miles offshore from Pensacola Pass. She still sits upright and has several places to safely swim through the open areas of the wreck. Sitting in 100 feet of water her wheel house rises to only 60 feet and makes this a great multi-level dive to get plenty of dive time on when using a dive computer. Big schools of Amberjack and Spade Fish frequent the wreck and are often seen swimming through the open wheelhouse windows and doors. The Pete Tide II is dive site number three on the Panhandle Shipwreck Trail.
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