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The Adolphus Busch

The Adolphus Busch was scuttled in 1998 to become an artificial reef near Looe Key. The ship was named after the beer-making Buschs, and is the first ship to be cleaned up and sunk as an artificial reef project for the Florida Keys in about ten years. The ship is 210 feet long and sits in 100 feet of water. There is at tower on the ship, which comes up to around 40 feet of the surface.

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