Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas has recently added a new wreck to its list of dive sites. The Adrianna wreck was sunk by the Dive Bahamas team in 50-60 feet of water last month.

The vessel, formerly located in a canal in Coral Harbor, was named after former Dive Bahamas staff member Adrianna Hutchinson. This is only the latest of many artificial reefs placed by Stuart Cove and the Dive Bahamas staff. The Adrianna joins three other popular wrecks at the same dive site – the Sea Viking, the Monique and the Alfredo. All four wrecks are in a line along the Tongue of the Ocean wall and can be dove as a standalone wreck dive or all four in one dive.


Stuart Cove, owner, comments on the location “We are very proud to have this new wreck, and being placed right on the Wall’s edge, the marine life is amazing and abundant. Adrianna was a great person and beloved by our company, it’s fitting that we named this fantastic wreck dive after her!”

There are currently close to three dozen wreck diving sites available for divers to explore. This includes the famous “James Bond wrecks” used in filming such fan favorite films as “Thunderball” and “Never Say Never Again.”

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