Spanish Anchor Diver Information


Site Description: Large, ten foot iron anchor with abundant associated marine biology

Location: Six miles off the coast of Key Largo on Molassas Reef, 14' east of buoy number M21

Depth: ~20'

Visibility: Ranges from 35' to 50'

Diver Level: Begining scuba diver, or advanced snorkel

Comments: The Spanish Anchor is a good site for begining scuba divers to orient themselves to ocean boat diving conditions and possible mild currents. This is an enjoyable site for those people interested in the biology of the reef zone, and can be a fascinating night dive for those interested in these marine aspects of diving.


Spanish Anchor Home
Shipwrecks of the Florida Keys

Indiana University
Underwater Science Program
URL: http://www.indiana.edu/~scuba/spanchor/sadive.html
Last updated: October 22, 2001
Questions or Comments: Underwater Science Program
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