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Shipwreck the Narwal is one of the best known wrecks scuttled in the Haulover Artificial Reef Site.
|Name Dive Site:||Narwal|
|Depth: ||108-124ft (33-38m)|
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The Narwal is a dive site not often visited by local dive boats mostly because of hurricane Andrew who broke her hull in two. She was a 137 foot long steel freighter which was scuttled right into the Haulover Artificial Reef Site in April 1986. With a height of 25 feet, fully upright, a split hull, intact rudder and intact propeller, she is still worth the visit. It is also possible to enter the wreck through holes inside its bulkhead that were used to sink the ship. It is a deep and strong current dive site so be careful and enjoy.
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