Tug C-One Miami Scuba Dive Spot

On November 8, 1990 at about 11.30 am, the Tug C-One joined Miami's Ghost Fleet. Originally the Christina, she is a 120 foot long Navy Tug built circa 1940. The C-One was originally powered by a diesel-electric engine.

During her period of service, she was stationed in the Caribbean. Her last port of call was Jacksonville, Florida where she sat needing repairs. While being towed to Miami for sinking, a storm came up and the Tug hauling her sank off of Fort Pierce, Florida. Chevron USA contributed to part of the cost for preparation and sinking of the C-One.

Miami Dive Shops

If you are looking to buy or looking to rent, Miami has some of the best dive shops around. With competitive pricing and experienced divers to give you adivce, you can find the right SCUBA dive equipment for you in Miami. The dive shops can also help you out with Dive Lessons, Instructors and Dive Charters. We recommend Austins Dive Center in Pinecrest.

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