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Pam @ Prop of Upright Spiegel Grove @ 1336' and @ night -...
Pam @ Prop of Upright Spiegel Grove @ 1336' and @ night -... by Michael Sacito
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Posted: Tuesday, August 29, 2006- (8/29/2006 11:54:00 AM)
Category: Wide Angle - Wrecks
location: Caribbean Sea United States
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If you ever had a chance to dive the Spiegel, you know it went upright last year after Dennis. Both Props and rudder were buried in the sand. And bottom depth was approx. 130'. Well erosion is happening at a rapid pace, now there are swim through under the Grove and I have been @ 148' not too much sand to hold her upright, perhaps she will fall over again next storm.
I have several pics of under the grove, (I will e-mail or post them if anyone is interested.) so if you want to see an awesome wreck dive go for it before she lays over once again.

Mike Salcito
 
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