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The Pete Tide II is one of the supply ships that were used for the many oil rigs near Pensacola.
|Name Dive Site:||Pete Tide II|
|Depth: ||62-98ft (19-30m)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
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The Pete Tide II is an 180 foot long supply ship that was used for transporting materials to nearby oil rigs near Pensacola. This upright and intact vessel was scuttled in 1993 as an artificial reef by Escambia County at twelve miles southeast of Pensacola Pass. Several species of game and tropical fish inhabit this wreck. Diving here means escaping the crowds and seeing some excellent wildlife.
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- Gulf Coast Dive Pros, 7203 Hwy 98 W, Pensacola
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|Bay Breeze Dive Center|
| ||49 Gulf Breeze Pkwy|
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| ||7203 Hwy 98 W|
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Full service dive shop - sales, rentals, repair service, air & nitrox fills, SSI dive classes of convenience (recreational sport, specialty classes, technical, kid
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| ||711 S. Palafox St.|
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