Hannah M. Bell Shipwreck

Wreck Diving in Key Largo with Sail Fish Scuba

For many years Hannah M. Bell was only know as “Mike’s wreck” because some local named Mike sank his personal boat on top of this shipwreck. However in recent years it has been properly identified as the British Steamship Hannah M. Bell who went missing years ago.

Hannah M. Bell Shipwreck Dive Site Description

Today this wreck is home to many reef fish, and thriving corals. This is a wonderful shipwreck site for scuba divers and snorkelers as it has a Max depth of only 32 feet East of the wreck in the sand and at the shallowest parts it comes within 16 feet of the surface.

Max. dive depth:
• 52′

Hannah M. Bell Shipwreck Additional Information

The Benwood Wreck has a max depth at the wreck of 52 feet. This is one of the favorites of our staff to dive because every time you dive it, you just never know what interesting sea creatures you will get to see at this wreck. Some of the “once in a while” visitors are: Manta Rays, Spotted Eagle Rays, Huge Loggerhead Turtles, Free swimming giant green Moray Eels, Huge Tarpon, Huge Snook, Goliath Grouper the size of VW Beetle car, Massive schools of Atlantic Spadefish, Reef sharks, Bull sharks, Nurse sharks, once a small Whale Shark, honestly every single time you dive this shipwreck you will see something different hanging out there!

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Hannah M. Bell Shipwreck in Key Largo