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The Cayman Salvager

The Cayman Salvager originally sank in the 1970's but was moved to its present spot in the late 1980's to become an popular artificial reef for divers coming from Key West. It's located near another relatively recently sunken boat, Joe's Tug, and also like the tug boat, has a steel hull. At 187 feet this wreck is even bigger than the tug, and was built in the 1930's. It sank right at the docks in Key West, and was pulled out to sit on the sand, 90 feet down. Like Joe's Tug, there's a famous resident giant jewfish and also a moray eel.

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