Cayman Salvage Master
Cayman Salvage Master
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Originally a Coast Guard buoy tender, this sunken ship is 187 feet long, with a beam of 37 feet, and is considered one of the top diving sites in the Florida Keys.
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  • Diving the Cayman Salvage Master
    The Cayman Salvage Master is a great site to dive while visiting the Florida Keys. My friend Nick and I went in October and had a great time. We launched from Subtropic Dive Charters in Key West. The hospitality was second to none,crew was professional and accomodating. The wreck is a good intermediate dive with little opportunity for penetration. The hull is full of cable and jagged metal debris that makes penetration very dangerous. The wreck and surrounding area is teaming with wildlife and coral. Morray eels, Jewfish and parrotfish are some of the species that inhabit the wreck.
    Written December 6, 2001
  • Servicereisender
    Muenster, Germany19 contributions
    Viel zu Bestaunen
    Konnten dieses Wrack nach der Vandenberg betauchen. Der Korallenbewuchs ist schon weiter fortgeschritten als auf der Vandenberg und man kann dadurch viel mehr entdecken. Auch hatten wir wenig Strömung und konnten den Tauchgang geniessen.
    Traveled as a couple
    Written October 8, 2013
  • Wreck_Diver1
    Fort Myers, Florida253 contributions
    Good wreck dive for a beginner to wreck diving
    Had a good trip on this wreck dive with Dive Key West. It is a good wreck dive for a beginner to wreck diving. It is not too deep and no penetration. You can leisurely swim around the deck and hull 2 times on a single dive. Not a lot of fish but any dive is a good dive if the seas are calm and little current which it was that day.
    Traveled solo
    Written August 23, 2013
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EastsideSpike
BC86 contributions
Sep 2014 • Solo
we did the Caymen Salvage as our second wreck dive. It was great and had lots of life on it.
The visibility shifted really quickly and we ended the dive pretty soon after but I really liked what I got to see
Written September 22, 2014
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PaulExports
St. Petersburg, FL51 contributions
Jun 2013 • Friends
its one of the many wrecks in the keys,i think ive done them all,again,while there,go out and explore and youll love it.
Written July 1, 2013
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