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"Wreck Alley" is the name given to a collection of shipwrecks deliberately sunk to provide an attraction for scuba divers just off Cooper Island. The wrecks are in two bunches: the Mary L and Pat are sunk right next to each other, and adjacent to them is the Beata. It is planned that a fourth wreck will be sunk alongside them in summer 2009. A fifth wreck, the Inganess Bay, is sunk a couple of hundred yards away and is dived as a separate site.
The wrecks are relatively deep, in about 90 feet of water. They are on a sandy bottom right next to a reef which climbs sharply (although not quite a wall) from the sandy bottom to a depth of about 30 feet. The site is relatively sheltered and so apart from the depth is a relatively easy dive.