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Diving at some of the wrecks of Long Reef
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Long Reef is a shallow two miles long reef, perfect for snorkellers and divers alike, which has claimed many wrecks in the past five centuries. Located at only six miles northeast of Ceasar Creek in the center of Biscayne National Park, chances are large that you will be diving somewhere at this reef. Emerging from sixty foot deep, it rises steadily up until it reaches the ten foot deep plateau. The Alicia, Lugano and Mandalay are three of the five wrecks that make out the famous 'Shipwreck Trail' of Biscayne National Park. Marine life along the wrecks is superb with many spotted eels, morays and lobsters hiding under the collapsed hull plates. Divers and boaters both have to be careful as there are reports of divers which have been swept into the reef because of the huge surge and current.
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