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Another artificial reef is being built in the Cayman Islands.

Towed to its final resting place is what remains of the USS Kittwake, a US Navy ship that once served as a submarine rescue vessel. The ship has been prepared for sinking for seven years in order to create an artificial reef. The complete sinking is expected to take three hours, and all the action
Published: January 5, 2011 - 16:43
Updated: July 22, 2023 - 07:31
Another artificial reef is being built in the Cayman Islands.

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Towed to its final resting place is what remains of the USS Kittwake, a US Navy ship that once served as a submarine rescue vessel.

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The ship has been prepared for sinking for seven years in order to create an artificial reef. The complete sinking is expected to take three hours, and all the action starts today at 16.00 our time. Live coverage can be watched at: http://www.kittiwakecayman.com/

Let’s hope that one day we will also see an artificial reef of the same size as in the Cayman Islands in the Gdansk Bay area.

So far we are happy with our “Breeze“.

Source: xray-mag.com Photo: Thespis377/flickr

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