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Dive Into These 10 Caribbean Shipwrecks

Fodor's Logo By Adrienne Jordan of Fodor's | Slide 1 of 16: Large grouper, anemones, Blackbar Soldierfish, and schooling barracuda are frequent visitors to the 200-foot Superior Producer. The shipwreck sits upright on the sandy floor 100 feet deep, and you can visit the wheelhouse at 80 feet and explore a few open cargo holds. As you enter and exit the wreck, you may catch glimpses of the yellow and purple tube sponges that sprouted from the boom and hang over the rail.

Superior Producer

Large grouper, anemones, Blackbar Soldierfish, and schooling barracuda are frequent visitors to the 200-foot Superior Producer. The shipwreck sits upright on the sandy floor 100 feet deep, and you can visit the wheelhouse at 80 feet and explore a few open cargo holds. As you enter and exit the wreck, you may catch glimpses of the yellow and purple tube sponges that sprouted from the boom and hang over the rail.
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