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NJ Cape May Wreck Dive: City Of Athens

Today the City of Athens sits in 110 ft of water on a sandy bottom. The wreck is in one contiguous piece, however, quite broken up. The most distinctive features are the large boilers near her midsection. Decking and hull plates have collapsed in on her. There is a small section off wreckage believed to be the bridge not far off the port side, some 30 yards or so. The mass of twisted wreckage gives good home to fish and lobsters. Artifacts are also found. Ammo, bottles, brass, and china, have all been found. Max Depth 110ft.

Skill Level: Advanced
Skill Details: a guide may be provided if needed ($50)
Requirements: REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: Lift bag or surface marker and a strobe light. Up line that can be secured at depth and long enough to reach the surface. While wreck reels and dive lights are not required they are HIGHLY recommended. DIVERS ARE REQUIRED TO CARRY A 4-6ft SAFETY SAUSAGE/SMB IN CASE OF EMERGENCY.

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