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El Aquila Wreck Dive

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Matt B wrote a review Jul 2020
Park Rapids, Minnesota111 contributions4 helpful votes
We did this as our last dive and we’re able to see lots of big groupers. It was a low visa Uluru day but we were still able to see a fair amount of the ship when swimming around the base of it. Very cool to see something this big resting on the sandy bottom.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Zen S wrote a review Mar 2020
Ancaster, Canada7 contributions
We love diving with Anthony’s Key Resort dive shop. The dive masters are attentive and make sure we visit the two wrecks in the area. We really enjoyed diving the El Aguila. Great wreck dive with lots to see especially the fields of garden eels. Depths are between 75 to 110 ft. Dive masters really know their way around.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Cherie R wrote a review Feb 2020
Charleston, South Carolina34 contributions1 helpful vote
Beautiful dive and great for Nitrox divers as hard bottom 105 feet. It is close to the reef and had lots of fish and coral to see. We went with Anthony’s Key Dive resort and had a great dive.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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wcd7594 wrote a review Feb 2020
Chandler, Texas45 contributions11 helpful votes
Obviously, one must be a scuba diver to appreciate this attraction. It is a relatively easy dive , you drop in on the reef, swim out to the wreck, swim around (and thru) the wreck and wind up back over the reef. Day we dove this visibility was poor (less than 30'), so it gave the wreck an eerie atmosphere. (we have been there when the visibility is greater than 75')
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Date of experience: February 2020
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LDHK wrote a review Aug 2019
49 contributions64 helpful votes
I have dove wrecks around the world. This one was good. 80 plus foot visibility, some marine life around. You can do one penetration. It is a great penetration for beginners. Several members of our group had never been wreck diving or into a wreck before. This was a great first time for them. Takes a little skill but you can't get lost. It is about 100 feet. Ascend up the mast, it is encrusted and there is plenty to see. Lot's of fun fish at the top while you are at your safety stop.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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