Molasses Reef, Key Largo
Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
Photo credit: Stephen Frink, from "Histories and Mysteries" by Thomas Scott.
The United States Coast Guard
Cutter Bibb was launched on January 14, 1937 to provide assistance with
protecting the North Atlantic merchant vessels. The Bibb was
decomissioned on September 30,1985. She was
sunk in her final resting place on November 28, 1987 to be used as an
artificial reef off the coast of Key Largo, Florida.
Scaled drawing of the Bibb
Biology Documentation of the developing artificial reef
Basic dive site information for recreational divers.
Last updated: 1 October 1996
Comments: Underwater Science Program
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