COREY AND CHRIS + RONALD B. JOHNSON

Lat 26 13.863N Lon 080 03.432W - On May 18, 1986, a 130 foot US Army dredge, the Corey N Chris, was sunk in 260 feet of water as part of the Broward County artificial reef program. Then, on May 15, 1988, a 226 foot freighter, the Ronald B. Johnson, was sunk as part of the same program. The R.B.J. landed, by accident, right on top of the Corey N Chris perpendicular to it.

Today, these wrecks sit upright in 260 feet of water. CAUTION!! Only TRIMIX divers here......


COREY AND CHRIS


RONALD B. JOHNSON

Schematic made in 1993 by captain Jim Mims 

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