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Escambia County GPS Numbers

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Fishing & Dive Sites memory card from florida go fishingPensacola in Escambia County has thousands of fishing and diving reef sites from ships, airplanes, tanks, car bodies, oil rigs, natural reefs, holes, rocks, to coral heads. This area is also know for private reef deployments by individuals, so don't be surprised as to the number of unidentified artifical units you may come across. Visit neighboring Santa Rosa County for more numbers.
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Site ID / Reef Name Materials / Description D R
ES-1 Oriskany Memorial Reeficon dangerous to penetrateIcon represents a shipwreck trail site 888' US Navy Air Craft Carrier worlds largest artificial reef 212 134
ES-2 Timber Holes Large area limestone ledges around prehistoric forests 125  
ES-3 Concrete Pyramids 1 4 Sets of 5 Pyramids each (20 Total) in line 18 7
ES-4 Chevron Oil Rig Platform Oil Rig Structure 2 Jackets lies side by side 137 62
ES-5 Brass Wreck 250' Wooden Hull Schooner late 1800's aka Anchor Wreck 90  
ES-6 Taurus 65' Cabin Cruiser 15  
ES-7 The Nipple East Blue Water Trolling Area 545  
ES-8 FWC-EE-1 Module 1 Walter Florida Special Module 113 10
ES-9 FWC-EE-8 Module 2 Goliath Reefballs 113 4.75
ES-10 Tenneco Platform 130'x80x90' OilRig Platform 2 Pcs Jacket Portn 175 80
ES-11 FWC-EE-6 Module 2 Fish Haven Towers Fish Haven Junior Inserts 98 6
ES-12 The Nipple Natural Contoured Bottom-blue and wt marlin wahoo tuna 600  
ES-13 FWC-EE-5 Module 2 Fish Haven Towers Fish Haven Junior Inserts 86 6
ES-14 FWC-EE-2 Module 1 Walter Florida Special Module 84 10
ES-15 FWC-EE-9 Module 2 Goliath Reefballs 84 4.75
ES-16 Casino Fishing Reef Concrete Rubble large concrete bricks from old casino 60  
ES-17 21 Concr Reef Modules 3 21 Concrete Reef Modules and Sirplane Wing 96  
ES-18 Blackwater Bridge Reef 2 10 22 pcs Bridge Pilings 4'x4'x30' 128 8
ES-19 Rock Ledge 350' Rock Ledge    
ES-20 Antares Ship 387' Freighter-stern section in tact 130 60
ES-22 Concrete Fish Havens 2 Fish Haven Modules 6 Tower 11 FH and 4 Juniors 96 6
ES-21 Concrete Fish Havens 1 Center for 53 Fish Havens 35-FH and 18-FH 95 6
ES-23 Concrete Fish Havens 3 21 Fish Haven Modules 6 Tower 11 FH 4 Juniors 95 6
ES-24 Concrete Fish Havens 4 Fish Haven Modules 6 Tower 11 FH and 4 Juniors 96 6
ES-25 Alice G 30' Fishing Vessel part of Bow visible above water 14  
ES-26 Sgt James Taylor Waldron Reef 1 Walter Florida Special Module formerly EE-3 86 10
ES-27 Wills Playground Rebar Welded into 10 20inx10'x10' structure 85  
ES-28 PensFishingForum Reef 3 Rebar Welded into 10 20inx10'x10' structure 85  
ES-29 PensFishingForum Reef 4 Rebar Welded into 10 20inx10'x10' structure 85  
ES-30 DJ Hooks Reef Rebar Welded into 10 20inx10'x10' structure 85  
ES-31 PensFishing Forum Reef 5 Steel Welded 8' - 10' Tetrahedron 85  
ES-32 Eternal Reef 1 2 Palletballs 3 Bayballs    
ES-33 Pensacola Bay Fishing Bridge 1 8140 tons Concrete Bridge Spans Pensacola Fish Pier 85 16
ES-34 FWC-EE-7 Module 2 Goliath Reefballs 97 4.75
ES-35 Ray Jones - Bere Reef 20' Welded Rebar Reef 85  
ES-36 MBT Reef 20' Welded Rebar Reef 85  
ES-37 Joseph L Meek 480' Liberty Ship 1942 reserve fleet till 1976 95 20
ES-38 PensFishingForum Reef 2 10' Welded Rebar Pyramid 85  
ES-39 PensFishingForum Reef 1 10' Welded Rebar Tetrahedron 85  
ES-40 YDT-14Icon represents a shipwreck trail site 132' Navy Dive Tender built in 1950s 90 28
ES-41 Pensacola Bay Fishing Bridge 2 4500 tons Concrete Bridge Spans Pensacola Bay Pier 118 5
ES-42 SR Co Reefballs 1 5 Reefballs 20-50 ft spacing 94  
ES-43 Marie Jose 60' Fishing Vessel 20  
ES-44 The Edge East Ridge Large area-bottom drops toward DeSoto Canyon-runs SW-NE 221  
ES-45 SR Co Reefballs 2 5 Reefballs subsided 40-50% 92  
ES-46 SR Co Reefballs 6 5 Reefballs: 1 on its side 94  
ES-47 SR Co Reefballs 7 5 Reefballs: 1 broken 3 on their side 95  
ES-48 SR Co Reefballs 4 Only 1 Reefball down in a hole! 99  
ES-49 SR Co Reefballs 8 5 Reefballs: 3 broken 1 on side subsided>50% 97  
ES-50 Tex Edwards Barge Steel Deck Barge large intact 75  
ES-51 FWC-EE-4 Module 2 Fish Haven Towers Fish Haven Junior Inserts 100 6
ES-52 SR Co Reefballs 5 5 Reefballs 1 broken 3 on their side 96  
ES-53 R083019 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 96 12
ES-54 Unknown Barges Barges    
ES-55 SR Co Reefballs 1 Reefballs 96  
ES-56 Paradise Hole Large area natural limestone outcroppings and coral heads 101  
ES-57 Sea Rest Module Searest Brand Concrete Module Prototype 100 6
ES-58 R083017 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 98 12
ES-59 Will Davis Reef 44'x12' Steel Hull Shrimpboat and 100 tons Concrete 100 10
ES-60 R083014 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 94 12
ES-61 R083018 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 100 12
ES-62 Ray Jones Reef 15 Goliath Reefballs and 100 tons Rubble In middle 90 5
ES-63 R083016 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 97 12
ES-64 R083015 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 98 12
ES-65 Paolos Reef 70 Pieces Concrete Junctions Boxes and Pipes 109  
ES-66 Don Phillips Barge And Parks 120'x33'x7' Deck Barge Concrete Merry-Go-Rounds 100 8
ES-67 R083012 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 98 12
ES-68 R083013 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 99 12
ES-69 R083011 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 96 12
ES-70 Virginia Fishing Vessel 26  
ES-71 George Touart Reef Donated by Reef Fish Restoration Association 116  
ES-72 George Wilkins Reef 19 Goliath Reefballs 90 5
ES-73 Eternal Reefs Bay 1 5 Modules Concrete Reefballs 12 5
ES-271 Eternal Reefs Bay 2 5 Reefballs In Bay as part of an Eternal Reefs Deployment 12 3
ES-74 Capt Bob Quarles Reef 521 Pcs 270 tns Concrete Rubble Snorkeling Reef 14 7
ES-270 John Finelli Eagle Scout Reef34 8"x8"x16" Concrete blocks stacked near Park West 10 3
ES-75 Historic Shipwreck Replica Reef 500 Rock Faux Ballast and 3 Sea Rest Modules 9 3
ES-76 TDC Reef 1 Tourist Dev Council 50 Walter Marine modules 95  
ES-77 R083007 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 95 12
ES-78 R083008 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 95 12
ES-79 Penhall II Reef Blackwater Bridge Rubble 4500 tons Concrete 94 10
ES-80 R083010 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 100 12
ES-81 ECUA Steel Water Pipes 160 2ft Dia Steel Water Pipes Pensacola Bridge 96  
ES-82 Greens Hole Limestone outcroppings ledges and coral heads-lobsters 116  
ES-83 R083009 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 98 12
ES-84 Pat Donnelly Reef 27 Goliath Reefballs 90 5
ES-85 Santa Rosa Co 05-01 15 Concrete Pyramids Walter Marine Coquina 95  
ES-86 R083003 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 94 12
ES-87 R083005 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 100 12
ES-88 Fishin Chix Reef Single Pink Fish Haven Module 98  
ES-89 R083004 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 100 12
ES-90 R083006 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 103 12
ES-91 Bill Harris Memorial Reef 4 Rebar Units 98  
ES-92 Rusty B Reef 30 Goliath Reefballs and 40 tons Rock 89 5
ES-93 Santa Rosa Co 05-02 15 Concrete Pyramids Walter Marine Coquina 95  
ES-94 Knicklebine Barge 117' Steel Barge and 14 Pcs Concrete Ballast 122 11
ES-95 Penhall Reef Blackwater Bridge Rubble 92 12
ES-96 Gulf Breeze Sertoma 7 Walter Florida Limestone Modules 91 12
ES-97 Susan Tay Fruitticher Reef 8 Walter Florida Limestone Modules 92 12
ES-98 Cabradroca Wooden Vessel deteriorated 10  
ES-99 SR Co Reefballs 3 Reefballs 98  
ES-100 TDC Reef 2 3 MC Group Tall Tee Pees 100  
ES-101 Mayor Whibbs Reef 18 Superball Reefballs 90 5
ES-102 SR Co Reefballs 11 5 Reefballs: 2 broken 99  
ES-103 Brown Barge Middle School 1 Goliath Ball and 4 Pallet Balls 91 5
ES-104 R083001 6 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 100 12
ES-106 R083002 6 Walter Marine FL Limestone Concrete Unit 95 12
ES-105 TDC Reef 3 4 MC Group Tall Tee Pees aka Moby Dick 95  
ES-107 SR Co Reefballs 9 Reefballs 97  
ES-108 Mayor Whibbs Reef 18 Superball Reefballs 90  
ES-109 SR Co Reefballs 10 Reefballs    
ES-110 CCA Pensacola Reef 1 Walter Florida Limestone Modules 93  
ES-111 Dutch Banks 2 Large area of natural reef coral heads limestone ledges 75  
ES-112 East Lap Army Tanks 1 Reef EX Tank 10-Pensacola County 5-Subsided 109 10
ES-113 Mara 16 Walter Florida Special Modules 95 10
ES-114 East Lap Army Tanks 2 M-60 Battle Tank 9 -Pensacola County 4-Upright 113 10
ES-115 Admiral Fetterman Reef 15 Superball Reefballs around 100 tons of Rock 93 5
ES-116 Celia Reef 15 Walter Florida Special Modules 92 10
ES-117 East Lap Army Tanks 3 M-60 Battle Tank 12 Reef EX Pensacola Cty 3 110 10
ES-118 School Reef Artificial Reefs Inc. module    
ES-119 East Lap Army Tanks 4 M-60 Battle Tank 13 Pensacola County 1 on side 107 10
ES-120 East Lap Army Tanks 5 M-60 Battle Ex Tank 11 Pensacola Cty 2 on side 110 10
ES-272 Ocean Wind Tugboat, 87 feet 141 ton Steel - 10 miles SE of Pensacola 82  
ES-121 Bridge Rubble 4 Concrete Rubble 80  
ES-122 Eilene Beard Reef 20 concrete Pyramids Walter Marine Coquina 93  
ES-123 Noriegas Island Island on Escambia Bay    
ES-124 Tanks and Culverts 1 2 Tanks 12'x20' 13 Containers 4x4x4' 6 Culverts 124 12
ES-125 Concrete Pyramids 2 10 Sets of 5 Pyramids (50 Total) in a line 120 7
ES-126 Plastic Wood Modules 1 Set of 4 Plastic Wood Modules Site 20 139 10
ES-127 Tanks and Culverts 2 4 Tanks 12'x20' 16 Containers 4x4x4' 2 Culverts 117 12
ES-128 Navarre Pier Reef 1 59 Concrete Pieces: Deck Spans Pilings and Caps 45 6
ES-129 Avocet Dredge 247'x40' Dredg Boat 1943 Wahoo Dolphin Tuna 115 55
ES-130 Miss Jenny Tugboat 53' Steel Crew Boat 115 15
ES-131 Navarre Pier Reef 2 2 Concrete Deck T Spans 4?x3?x60? 46 5
ES-132 Navarre Pier Reef 3 2 Concrete Deck T Spans 10?x3.5?x45' 49 6
ES-133 San Pablo-Russian FreighterIcon represents a shipwreck trail site 315'x44' Navy Target Ship built 1915 84 27
ES-134 Navarre Pier Reef 4 2 Concrete Deck T Spans 10?x3.5?x45? 46 5
ES-135 Navarre Pier Reef 5 2 Concrete Deck T Spans 10?x3.5?x45? 10'x3.5'x40' 45 5
ES-136 Three Coal BargesIcon represents a shipwreck trail site 3 140'x40' Coal Barges end to end Concrete Rubble 54 10
ES-137 Scrap Steel 1 Scrap Steel and 10 Car Bodies 78 3
ES-138 Philp Tugboat aka Phillip Tug 60'x22' Steel Tug reported at 3010.696 8714.633 96 20
ES-139 Concrete Pyramids 3 5 Concrete Pyramids 101 6
ES-140 Blackwater Bridge Reef 3 I-10 Bridge Hand Rails 50 pcs 2'x4'x30' 97 8
ES-141 Bridge Span 3 Large Concrete Bridge Span 90  
ES-142 CSX Rubble Barge and Concrete Rubble 90  
ES-143 CSX Rubble Site Broken Pieces of Concrete on a Barge 90  
ES-144 Heron Tugboat 53' Tug upright 80' from LCM Landng Craft Elise 90 14
ES-145 LCM Elsie 56' LCM next to Tug Heron buried at stern    
ES-146 Bridge Span 4 Small Bridge Span 90  
ES-147 CSX Rubble - Railroad Bridge Concrete Bridge Span 8' 90  
ES-148 Preform Concrete Units 7JJ Very small mark 91  
ES-149 Concrete Pyramids 4 5 Concrete Pyramids 98 6
ES-150 Joe Patti Memorial Reef 175' Barge covered in artwork, anglers cast away from wreck 50 15
ES-151 Lane Gulchrist Reef 60 Pcs Concrete Gulf Breeze Fish Bridge Rubble 50 15
ES-152 Concrete Culverts 2 Concrete Culverts 87 8
ES-153 Bayou Chico Bridge Bridge Rubble 89  
ES-154 Andi Coyle Reef 1 Walter Marine FL Limestone Unit and 1 Grouper 40 8
ES-155 DavidS Reef 4 Walter Marine Florida Limestone Reef Units 43 8
ES-156 Steel Barge Steel Barge near FAA Radio Towers 75  
ES-157 PVC Modules 1 Pre-Fabricated PVC Modules By Arcoa 81 4
ES-158 Kingry Barge 75' Barge upside down on crushed Steel Tanks 90  
ES-159 GB Sertoma Com Reef 2 2 Walter Marine FL Lime Unit 1 Grouper Module 45 8
ES-160 OOPS Barge Steel Barge 65'x20'x7' sunk on way out 75  
ES-161 Pete Tide IIIcon represents a shipwreck trail site 166'x38' Oil Field Supply Vessel sits upright 105 43
ES-162 RFRA Reef 14 3 Fish Haven Towers 41 6
ES-163 PC Barge 110' Steel Barge and 2 sets Towers 82 8
ES-164 RFRA Reef 13 3 Fish Haven Towers 55 6
ES-165 PVC Modules 2 Pre-Fabricated PVC Modules By Arcoa 84 4
ES-166 RFRA Reef 11 3 Broken Modules 49 3
ES-167 RFRA Reef 12 3 Fish Haven Towers 53 6
ES-168 RFRA Reef 10 3 Fish Haven Towers 48 6
ES-169 RFRA Reef 9 3 Fish Haven Towers 47 6
ES-171 RFRA Reef 8 3 Fish Haven Towers 48 6
ES-170 RFRA Reef 7 3 Fish Haven Towers 48 6
ES-172 Jeffs Reef 3 Walter Marine Grouper Module Reef Units 40 2
ES-174 RFRA Reef 6 3 Fish Haven Towers 47 6
ES-173 RFRA Reef 5 3 Fish Haven Towers 46 6
ES-175 Steel Radio Towers; FAA Site 5 Steel Radio Towers FAA NW original deployment 77 8
ES-176 RFRA Reef 4 3 Fish Haven Towers 43 6
ES-177 RFRA Reef 3 3 Fish Haven Towers 43 6
ES-178 Paradise B and G Reef 3 Fish Haven Towers 54 6
ES-180 Tom White Printer Reef 3 Fish Haven Towers 49 6
ES-179 RFRA Reef 2 3 Fish Haven Towers 39 6
ES-181 David Lee Sellers 3 Fish Haven Towers 53 6
ES-182 Freedom Boat Club 3 Fish Haven Towers 52 6
ES-183 RFRA Reef 1 3 Fish Haven Towers 52 6
ES-184 Outcast Fishing and Hunting 3 Fish Haven Towers 52 6
ES-185 Wayne Frier 3 Fish Haven Towers 53 6
ES-186 Helen Mae Torres Reef 3 Fish Haven Towers 48 6
ES-187 Roy Jones Jr 1 3 Fish Haven Towers 49 6
ES-188 Roy Jones Jr 2 3 Fish Haven Towers 51 6
ES-189 Blackwater Bridge Reef 1 I-10 Bridge Handrails 40 pcs 2'x4'x30' 80 18
ES-190 Academy 1 3 Fish Haven Towers 44 6
ES-191 Academy 2 3 Fish Haven Towers 47 6
ES-192 Fredrick H Cleveland 3 Fish Haven Towers 43 6
ES-193 Sylvia Tugboat 48' Tug Boat Sylvia also reported at 8713.718 82 25
ES-194 Born Again Tugboat 65' Tug 40' Tower 21 Steel Pipes HorseEye Jacks 96 25
ES-195 Car Bodies 17 10 Car Bodies 66 4
ES-196 Culverts 1 18in to 4in x 8 Feet Long Culverts 75 12
ES-197 Battle Tank 7M2 Steel Battle Tank on right side 20% subsided 85 10
ES-198 Culverts L17 Concrete Culverts and Rubble around Tessie 72 5
ES-199 Gulf Power Steel Tower Gulf Power Stel Towers 4 modules 6-10' sections 77 8
ES-200 I-10 Br Rubble Culverts Bridge Rubble and Concrete Pipes 80  
ES-201 Culverts 2 10in to 48in x 8 Feet Long Culverts 72 10
ES-202 Battle Tank 7G4 Reef Ex Tank 7 Pensacola 7G4 possibly buried 95 10
ES-203 Battle Tank 7M1 ReefEx Tank 5 Pensacola 7M1 upside down on side 85 10
ES-204 Battle Tank 7H Steel Battle Tank upside subsided past turret 91 10
ES-205 ECUA Culverts 7 Pipes 68inx40' 5 Concrete 2 Steel Towers subsided 83 6
ES-206 Plastic Wood Modules 2 Set of 4 Plastic Wood Modules Site 7 90 10
ES-207 Concrete Culverts 3 Concrete Culverts 81 8
ES-208 Battle Tank 7G3 Steel battle tank upside down on left side 86 10
ES-209 Battle Tank 7G2 Steel battle tank sitting upright 10% subsided 83 10
ES-210 Battle Tank 7B Steel battle tank upside on side subsided 92  
ES-211 Donut Reef Navy Oil Skimmer Storage Tank 25'Lx15'Wx20'H 82 20
ES-212 Plastic Wood Modules 3 Set of 4 Plastic Wood Modules Site 15 88 8
ES-213 Tessie Steel Boat 40' Cabin Cruiser upper removed filled 4 cars 75 10
ES-214 Battle Tank 7A Steel battle tank upside down 20% subsided 83 10
ES-215 Car Bodies 18 20 Car Bodies 78 3
ES-216 Battle Tank 7Bb Reef Ex Tank 4 Pensacola 7B 88 10
ES-217 Steel Water Tower Pipes Steel Water Tower Pipes near Tessie 75  
ES-218 Pipe T33 100 Concrete Culverts near Tessie 75 5
ES-219 Car Bodies 19 45 Automobile Bodies 74 4
ES-220 Soule Barge 140' Steel Barge w towers attached upside down 83 10
ES-221 Deliverance Tugboat 65' Steel Hulled Tug close to Sylvia and Tessie 82 22
ES-222 Soule Modules Concrete 1 6 Concrete Modules 78 8
ES-223 N Monsanto Steel Boxes 6 units 4x4x7' Steel Boxes 104 total pilings 67 25
ES-224 Car Bodies 21 10 Car Bodies 77 4
ES-225 Navy Barge Navy Barge south of Camel - 10% subsided 82  
ES-226 Monsanto Boxes 2 9 units 4x4x7' Shipping Containers 117 total 67 25
ES-227 Navy Camel Barge 110'x23' Navy Camel Barge 82 8
ES-228 Soule Modules Concrete 2 6 Concrete Modules 78 8
ES-229 S Monsanto Boxes Only Concrete Pilings remain 75  
ES-230 Soule Modules Concrete 3 6 Concrete Modules 78 8
ES-231 Monsanto Boxes 3 9 Units Steel Boxes each 4x4x7' 117 Total 69 25
ES-232 Car Bodies 22 30 Car Bodies 65 3
ES-233 Soule Modules Concrete 4 6 Concrete Modules 78 8
ES-234 Rohoda Wreck aka Rhoda Steamship sunk early 1800's bayside Santa Rosa Island 30  
ES-235 AP Wing T7 Cockpit Wing now lays flat 79  
ES-236 The Nipple Center Blue Water Trolling Area 623  
ES-237 Catherine Norwegian Lumber Hauler - section of hull remains 15 5
ES-238 Spanish Fly 27' Pleasure Craft burned to water line 15  
ES-239 Ancient Age 27' Fishing Vessel ancient age    
ES-240 Middle Ground Bar SE of Fort McRee    
ES-241 Bride of Lorne 1324 ton Ship 25  
ES-242 USS Massachusettsicon Archaeological Preserve 350'x70' BB-2 Battleship built 1893 26  
ES-243 Anna Pepina 620 ton Barkentine 8  
ES-244 Caucus Shoal Bar south of Fort McRee    
ES-245 Robertson Island Island north of Fort McRee    
ES-246 The Nipple West Blue Water Trolling Area    
ES-247 A Frame Barge 170x30x10 Deck Barge Metal discovered 2013 95 10
ES-248 Trysler Reef Natural Hard Bottom Area 22 miles SW of Pensacola Pass 110  
ES-249 Three Deck Tug Triple Decker Tug aka 5050 Tug and Lipscomb Tug 90  
ES-250 David Brogan - I-10 Bridge 6286 tns Concrete Bridge Spans I-10 Bay Bridge 75 20
ES-251 Hill-Kelly Dodge Reef Donated by Red Snapper World Championship Tourney    
ES-252 Trysler Large Reef Natural Hard Bottom Area 22 miles SW of Pensacola Pass 110  
ES-253 Crawfish 35' Fishing Vessel 17  
ES-254 Cox Communications Reef Donated by Red Snapper World Championship Tourney    
ES-255 Interstate 10 Bridge Reef 12544 tns Concrete Bridge Spans I-10 Bay Bridge 78 20
ES-256 Red Snapper World Champ Donated by Red Snapper World Championship Tourney    
ES-257 Interstate 10 Bridge Reef 7 2650 tons Concrete Bridge Spans I-10 Bay Bridge 83 20
ES-258 Interstate 10 Bridge Reef 3 18072 tns Concrete Bridge Spans I-10 Bay Bridge 86 25
ES-259 Interstate 10 Bridge Reef 4 18247 tns Concrete Bridge Spans I-10 Bay Bridge 90 25
ES-260 Interstate 10 Bridge Reef 5 21987 tns Concrete Bridge Spans I-10 Bay Bridge 93 30
ES-261 Interstate 10 Bridge Reef 6 19858 tns Concrete Bridge Spans I-10 Bay Bridge 83 25
ES-262 MN Cobb 459 ton Schooner 950  
ES-263 Eternal Reef 3 1 Ultraball 2 Palletballs 4 Bayballs    
ES-264 Eternal Reef 2 2 Palletballs 3 Bayballs    
ES-265 Eternal Reef 4 1 Ultraball 5 Palletballs 2 Bayballs    
ES-266 Ontario Honduras Steam Merchant built 1904 - cargo bananas    
ES-267 Allen Liberty Ship    
ES-268 The Steps Blue Water Trolling Area - Swordfish    
ES-269 Wallace Liberty Ship    

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