We set off from the Tierra Verde Marina on a brisk Monday morning for a day of Creation Therapy. The wreck Sheridan 27º52.578 N 083º11.150 W and a group of 10 Military tanks 27º40.690 N 082º51.810 W were our goal in that order.
Again let me say it was a bit brisk while underway.
After a bit of bouncing we reached the Sheridan hooked up to her stern and dropped in. The water temp must have been in the low 60’s and took a few minutes to forget.
The visibility was acceptable and we had a good time swimming around and thought the old 180’ tug!
Our next stop was the tanks and we had no problem hooking up. The visibility here was mediocre but that did not stop my friend and his daughter from plunging in. With the visibility low I was not very interested in video so I busied myself retrieving anchors left behind by fishermen who found then fouled on the structure cut them loose. The final count was four.
We headed back with the sun low on the horizon the time sure flew with the fun we were having! It was not long before the boat was trailored at the Ft. Desoto ramp and we were on the road for home. Thank so much Brent for making all this possible. The burdens of boat ownership are many but you bear them with grace.