Posted by: mcjangles | October 24, 2010

Here’s the ALGOL

Last Sunday (10/17) the Independence headed out to the ALGOL. Seas were a little choppy but manageable. Lot of new faces on the boat, and after getting everyone geared up and in the water I set out to photograph all 459′ of the ex-USS ALGOL. Conditions were decent with about 30′ of visibility, and water temp close to 60F. I started at the bow, and swam out 10 feet off the starboard side of the wreck and leveled out at 100 feet (main deck level) in mid-water 40 feet off the bottom and swam into the current snapping pictures until I got to the stern. I present to you the largest artificial reef off NJ (at least for another month or so when they sink the RADFORD), the USS ALGOL…

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  1. nice stitch job on the wreck, that had to be difficult to set up!


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