The remains of the Betty Hedger lie in 115’ of water, with mounds of sulfur cargo still in place. Much of the decking and sides are gone, leaving the massive framing structure exposed. There is a small pilothouse complete with portholes, a small winch, an anchor and other items visible.
Thermocline dive. Thermocline is typically at 55’. Bring dive lights. Visibility ranges from 30-70 feet, but bottom temperatures seldom exceed 42 degrees.
- 9 m