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Joe's Tug

This dive is 60 feet deep, and features, as you can tell from the title, a tug boat. This site is relatively new, since the tug only sank in 1989. Joe's Tug was a big boat, at 75 feet, and it had a steel hull, which is perfect for creating an artificial reef spot. This dive spot is near the Cayman Salvager, just a little inland from it, and rests on a layer of coral. If you like to dive in spots where there won't be many other divers, don't go to Joe's Tug, since lots of the dive centers operating out of Key West include this wreck on their itineraries. It's a great wreck to dive, but it's very populated. There's supposedly a resident giant jewfish named Elvis who can usually be spotted hanging out here, and you might see a giant moray eel or two, also.

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