USS Spiegel Grove (LSD-32)
Wreck Diving in Key Largo with Sail Fish Scuba
USS Spiegel Grove Dive Site Description
Probably the most requested to dive deep shipwrecks in all the Florida Keys. Being over 500 feet long and over 80 feet wide, you will need more than just 1 dive to see all of this wreck
USS Spiegel Grove became an artificial reef on 17 May 2002, and she rested on her Starboard side till Hurricane Dennis sat her upright!
• 25′ 0.63299′ N 80′ 22.367’W
USS Spiegel Grove Additional Information
Everyone’s favorite deep wreck dive in Key Largo is by far the USS Spiegel Grove (LSD-32) shipwreck. 17 May 2002 USS Spiegel Grove was sunk as an artificial reef off the coast of Key Largo, Florida. She lay on her side for a few years until Hurricane Dennis with an act of nature righted her during the storm. She has since been sitting perfectly upright and proud for all to see. Max depth under the stern at props is 144 feet. Shallowest depth at superstructure is 62 feet. Total length from bow to stern 510 feet. Due to the massive size of this wreck, it is best to plan a series of 4 dives to view entire wreck. Many shops including Sail Fish Scuba offer “double dip dives” so you can get to see a lot of the wreck on one two tank boat trip to this wreck.
USS Spiegel Grove (LSD-32) in Key Largo