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Felipe Xicotencatl Shipwreck

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Felipe Xicotencatl Shipwreck

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electricman2018 wrote a review Feb 12
Dayton, Ohio86 contributions20 helpful votes
Fun wreck dive with max depth of 80’. It’s easy to penetrate due to multiple cut outs in the ship. There is an abundance of sea life on and in the wreck. Lobsters, green moray eels, and schools of fish to name a few things seen on the wreck.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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gregdLA wrote a review Aug 2020
New Iberia, Louisiana161 contributions23 helpful votes
Unfortunately, did not get to penetrate the wreck this trip, no one else wanted to go. Probably for the best, my light decided to die that am. Still a great wreck dive.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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electricman2018 wrote a review Feb 2020
Dayton, Ohio86 contributions20 helpful votes
We had a great time diving this wreck. The visibility was great and the water temperature was between 76-80 degrees F. We saw lobsters, eel, and a school of fish inside the wreck. If you can see if your dive boat will take you to Paradise beach for your surface interval. They have excellent Mahi Mahi tacos on the beach.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Marktheshark027 wrote a review Feb 2020
Albany, New York139 contributions67 helpful votes
fun dive with minimal current, in and out of the ship saw the small rooms (cant imaging living on this boat for months) and tight passageways, looking out the round windows on the bridge was cool. Lots of life around the boat including a HUGE grouper.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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MikeJennyQ wrote a review Feb 2020
Onalaska, Wisconsin767 contributions168 helpful votes
Nice wreck dive even if you don't like the inside. Many hatches can see path to light well from about every angle lots of fish and lobsters. Curtains of fish in open passage ways make cool pictures but use angle or diffuser for flash or you get al ot of back scatter. Questions below a little hard to answer. Kids can dive it if they dive. You can scuba in the rain and we just went there on dive charter as the sites we were looking at were swamped with other boats but no extra fee was shared with us
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Date of experience: February 2020
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