The Shallowest point on the USCG Bibb is where the mooring attaches to port side of the wreck at midship at 95 feet. The wreck lies on its starboard side with the bow pointing North and the crowsnest, fantail and stern to the South. The main superstructure has plenty of openings however the swim-throughs are generally vertical on this wreck.
Sunk in 1987 and provided with plenty of nutrients from the gulfstream this wreck is covered in colorful corals. Goliath Groupers, Bull Sharks and schools of Barracudas are often spotted here.
This dive is recommended for Advanced divers with deep diving experience. Depth is 95 to 130 feet and currents can be very strong.