The St. Anne D'Auray

The St. Anne D'Auray was a 110-ft North Atlantic trawler that was sunk in 1986 in 75ft of water. Many openings were created in the bulkheads, creating several access points for penetration. Now divers can swim down the halls past the dining room and galley and head straight into the engine room. Although parts of the wreck were torn apart during Hurricane Andrew in 1992, she remains nearly intact and is covered in growth. This artificial reef is definitely a beautiful and exciting dive.

QUICK FACTS:

  • Type: Wreck
  • Min. Depth: 45ft. / 14m
  • Max. Depth: 75 ft. / 23m
  • Skill Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Location: (See Map Below)


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