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USCG Bibb, Key Largo

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The USCGC Bibb (WPG-31) was a 327-foot (100 m) Secretary-Class (also known as "Treasury Class") Coast Guard ship commissioned in 1936. Seven similar "combat cutters" were built and named for secretaries of the United States Treasury. Bibb was named for U.S. Secretary of the Treasury (July 4, 1844 – March 7, 1845) George M. Bibb.
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  • A USCG Cutter built in the 1930s. It is a great wreck dive. Lots to see. Great fish. Lots of cool places to look inside the hull through the passageways. But it is a deep dive and so it is... 
    A USCG Cutter built in the 1930s. It is a great wreck dive. Lots to see. Great fish. Lots of cool places to look inside the hull through the passageways. But it is a deep dive and so it is...  more »
  • In the PADI system, this dive requires a deep diver specialty as pretty much all of it is below 100'. (30 metres). The bottom is about 135' and for those who venture that far you may be reward by the....  more
    In the PADI system, this dive requires a deep diver specialty as pretty much all of it is below 100'. (30 metres). The bottom is about 135' and for those who venture that far you may be reward by the....  more »

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