Miss Dania Beach

SPECIFICATIONS

COORDINATES

MAX DEPTH

RELIEF

SUNK DATE

26° 00.605' N

71

ft

27

ft

80° 05.502' W

22

8

m

m

April 29, 2004

ft

m

126

ft

38.2

m

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HISTORY

The 126-foot long Miss Dania Beach was a former Canadian Navy anti-submarine patrol vessel, which was scuttled as an artificial reef on May 29, 2004. The 210-ton vessel was sunk during Dania Beach's centennial celebration, though the reef was later dedicated to the memory of Robert E. Derecktor, a well-known local shipbuilder, whose company Derecktor Shipyards donated the vessel. The Miss Dania Beach n o w rests in 70 feet of water in close proximity to the 55-foot long former LCM Emmi Boggs, the 40-foot long former yacht Summerfield, and the tug Donal G. McAllister.

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