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Shipwrecks lure divers to N.J.
Courier Post - Cherry Hill, N.J.
Subjects: Coral reefs; Sailing ships; Boats; Feet
Date: Jul 9, 2004
Start Page: B.1
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Nautical history along Atlantic coastline offers many opportunities for exploration By LAVINIA DeCASTRO Courier-Post Staff The coast of Maine is known for its abundance of lobsters, the Hawaiian coast is renowned for its premier surfing conditions and Florida's coast is known for its majestic coral reefs. The DEP has been sinking a variety of things, such as barges, boats and old subway cars since 1984 to form 14 artificial reefs covering 25 square miles of sea floor.

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