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Semarca

76 FT Utility Vessel
Depth 75 FSW
Location 29'09.2 / 80'40.5

Volusia County, Florida Port Auth. Site 2
Sunk January 1994

The Semarca sank in a storm in Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela killing a 3 of its crew. Resolve Marine Group Salvage Company raised the vessel off an oil pipeline in 100 feet of water then towed and sank it for as an artificial reef off Florida.

Sea Dogs Dive Center dives this wreck on a  regular basis too. It's a lot of fun and always has tons of fish on it. Under the stern section is always a good place to find grouper and snapper. The Semarca makes an excellent night dive.

Semarca

The Semarca after salvage, and just prior to sinking.

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