Delaware

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  • 14 sites in Delaware Bay and ocean
  • primarily concrete
  • some tire units in ocean
  • military vehicles
  • several vessels
  • more than 1100 subway cars are now on Delaware Reefs

In 2010 the destroyer Arthur W Radford was sunk on the Del-Jersey-Land reef. It is 563 feet long and will be the longest ship on an Atlantic reef.
714 redbird subway cars were placed on Reef #11 givng it the name of redbird reef

 

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Del-Jerseryland Inshore Reef

Del-Jerseyland Inshore reef

This reef is a 3 state joint venture- NJ, Del and Md 1.46 sq nm depth 121-131 feet 26nm from Indian River 33.7nm from Cape may 150° 30nm from Ocean City Md 41.7nm 179° from Townsend Inl
Delaware Reef Site 11

DELAWARE REEF SITE #11 Redbird Reef

1.3 square nm 68-88 feet deep 16.5 nm from Indian River Inlet sea bass, tautog, flounder and scup 714 redbird Subway cars GPS numbers indicate the densest concentrations

DELAWARE ARTIFICIAL REEF SITE #10

The reef is 5.5nm from Indian River Inlet in 55-60 feet of water. species include sea bass, tautog, weakfish, scup and bluefish
Delaware Artificial Reef Site #9

DELAWARE REEF SITE #9

0.63 square nm depth 52-63 12 nm from Roosevelt Inlet 4.5 nm from Indian River Inlet
Delaware Artificial Reef Site #8

DELAWARE REEF SITE #8

0.96 square nm 29-72 feet deep 4.5nm from Roosevelt Inlet 8.5nm from Mispillion River tautog,
Delaware Artificial Reef Site #7

DELAWARE REEF SITE #7

covers 4.1 sq nm depth 30-40ft 6 nm from Mispillion River 9 nm from Roosevelt Inlet
Delaware Artificial Reef Site #6

Delaware reef site #6

sea bass, weakfish, striped bass scup, tautog and bluefish 500 tons concrete dispersed from moving barge
Delaware Artificial Reef Site #5

Delaware reef site #5

covers 0.65 sq nm depth 18-24 ft 4.5nm from Mispillion River 8.5nm from Roosevelt inlet sea bass, tautog, scup and weakfish 91 concrete structures dispersed over site
Delaware Artificial Reef Site #4

Delaware reef site #4

sea bass, weakfish, striped bass and tautog 500 tons concrete dispersed from a moving barge
Delaware Artificial Reef Site #3

Delaware reef site #3

0.68 square nautical miles 18-28 feet deep 6.5nm from Bowers Beach 6.0nm from Mispillion River sea bass, weakfish, striped bass and bluefish concrete culvert 39.01.054 75.20.689 concrete culvert

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