All Alone Wreck, A Picturesque
Florida Keys Diving Trip To Plan
The All Alone wreck is one of those Key West diving sites that has just the right amount of everything anyone scuba diving Florida Keys wants.
First, this tugboat is positioned in about 90 feet of water which makes her a good, intermediate Key West diving site.
She's located approximately one mile SW of Western Sambo Reef which caps off your diving trip with the chance for a great second Key West dive.
She's also located on the Ten Fathom Ledge which has some amazing and unusual structural characteristics that you don't want to miss seeing.
This tugboat's 70 foot hull is also split open which makes her the perfect artificial reef, especially for the larger grouper, barracuda and even snook who like to hang out at this Key West scuba site.
Beautiful Tropical Fish and Colorful Coral
www.noaa.gov, Photo FKNMS
You'll also find that the current can be somewhat strong at this Key West scuba site, so you'll need to be properly prepared.
Since this is such a popular scuba diving Key West site, you may experience more diver traffic here than at some of the other artificial reefs.
The advantage to this however, is that you should have no problem finding Key West dive charters
willing to take you out on scuba diving trips.
They'll show you the ropes, and they can also get you over to Sambo Reefs for a second dive, or to another Florida diving site they prefer.
At-A-Glance Wreck Diving Description
and GPS Coordinates
All Alone Wreck - Tug boat 70'
1 mile SW of Western Sambo Reef
on Ten Fathom Ledge
24 27.330N 81 43.420W
Dive Site Description
Stronger current. Tug's hull is split open.
Barracuda, sea sponge,
Without question this is a wreck dive close to
Key West FL
you won't want to miss.
In the Lower Keys, so many of the wreck dive sites are exceptionally deep and require higher certification. This makes them off limits for the recreational diver.
Wreck diving this scuba site gives you a chance to explore a very interesting and successful artificial reef while taking some incredible underwater pictures.
You'll also still have time to explore the rest of Ten Fathom Ledge and then you can head over to the Sambo Reefs for more scuba diving Florida Keys fun.