Artificial reef pyramids being deployed off a barge in the Gulf of Mexico.AlabamaTwo red snapper from the Red Snapper World Championship Rodeo
Reef Program HistoryMay 2009 - Guide to Alabama's Offshore and Inshore Artificial Reefs Red Snapper World Championship (RSWC) Artificial Reef Fishing Modules
Retired military tank sank for use as an artificial reef.Reef pyramid being deployed in the nearshore reef zone off Alabama

Artificial Reef Construction ProtocolsNearshore Reef Zones

Inshore Reef Zones

 

Alabama's Artificial Reef Program is the product of a cooperative agreement between the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Marine Resources Division of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. The Program is the culmination of many meetings, letters, reports and workshops between various user groups within the coastal area and while the system addressed on this page is the current program, it is intended to be dynamic with changes occurring as technology and information develops on artificial reef construction and deployment.

The following coordinate download files are grouped into inshore, nearshore, and Gulf of Mexico reefs to help users manage waypoint groups in their GPS.  The files contain GPS coordinates, range and bearing information, reef material used, date of deployment/enhancement, and date coordinates were updated.    

Inshore Reef Coordinates (Current as of March 15, 2017) – To properly download files, right click the link and select “Save”

Nearshore 0-9 nm Reef Coordinates (Current as of March 6, 2017) – To properly download files, right click the link and select “Save”

Gulf of Mexico Reef Coordinates (Current as of March 6, 2017) – To properly download files, right click the link and select “Save”

Master Reef List Coordinates (Current as of March 15, 2017) – To properly download files, right click the link and select “Save”

Users that are not interested in separating reefs into waypoint groups by inshore, nearshore and Gulf of Mexico reefs can download the master coordinate files.  These files represent a consolidated list of the files above and provide GPS coordinates, range and bearing information, reef material used, date of deployment/enhancement, and dates in which coordinates were updated for all reefs deployed by Marine Resources Division of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.    

Alabama Marine Resources Division (AMRD) manages the most diverse artificial reef program in the United States.  AMRD has utilized a multitude of different materials over the decades to create ecologically productive reefs with decommissioned bridge spans, oil/gas platform jackets, limestone aggregate, pre-fabricated reef modules, army tanks, repurposed concrete culverts/manholes/pipes, ships, drydocks, barges and other materials of opportunity.  Reefs from these materials have been constructed throughout the inshore waters of Alabama, within the nearshore waters of the Gulf of Mexico, and up to 55 nautical miles offshore.  This diversified strategy along with partnerships with the Fish and Wildlife Service’s Sport Fish Restoration program, Coastal Conservation Association of Alabama, the Alabama Wildlife Federation, numerous oil/gas energy companies, and the Alabama Gulf Coast Reef Restoration Foundation has helped produce the most productive artificial reef program in the United States.

Hard bottom substrate is very limited along the water bottoms of coastal Alabama and the addition of purposely designed artificial reefs along the predominantly featureless landscape of sand and muddy substrates has proven to be extremely effective at increasing the biomass of reef fish populations including red snapper, gray triggerfish, sheepshead, flounder, and gray snapper.  Furthermore, constructing high quality reefs within Alabama’s coastal waters increases the connectivity between inshore, nearshore, and offshore habitats.  For example, red drum, sheepshead, gray snapper, and southern/Gulf flounder utilize inshore and nearshore habitats.  Red drum and gray snapper migrate from Alabama’s coastal rivers, bayous, and bays as juveniles and early adults to the nearshore sand bars, gas platforms, and artificial reefs as spawning adults.  On the other hand, sheepshead and flounder migrate to and from inshore waters and nearshore hard bottom habitats each year during spawning migrations.  Reef construction projects throughout multiple depths offshore of Alabama also increases habitat utilization opportunities of juvenile gray triggerfish and red snapper before migrating further offshore to inhabit reefs in deeper water with more vertical complexity.  Therefore, increasing the availability of a limited resource (e.g. hard bottom habitat) will increase foraging opportunities, shelter, and spawning potential of numerous fish. 

During the first few years of a reef structure, numerous finfish congregate around the structure.  However the structure doesn’t have the qualities of a fully functional reef.  After several years the structure becomes covered by epifaunal organisms such as oysters, mussels, barnacles, tunicates, sponges, and corals which increases small-scale rugosity (small-scale changes in surface relief) of the structure.  The increased structural complexity offered by these bioengineers provides thousands of nooks and crannies for cryptic organisms such as crabs, worms, sea urchins, blennies, and other animals to use.  These small cryptic organisms then serve as vectors for nutrient transfer and prey items for higher trophic level fishes and the structure becomes a true reef complete with ecological activity throughout the trophic pyramid.     

Alabama’s Unique Artificial Reef General Permit Zones

Approximately 1,030 square miles of offshore waters are included in the artificial reef general permit areas of Alabama, making this the largest artificial reef program in the U. S. (Reef Zone Map).  The five permit areas are set forth inside bold lines on the map and are called the Hugh Swingle General Permit Area, the Don Kelley General Permit Area - North, the Don Kelley General Permit Area - South, the Tatum - Winn General Permit Area - North, and the Tatum - Winn General Permit Area - South.  Within these General Permit Areas, artificial reefs can be constructed by individuals by acquiring a permit from the Marine Resources Division (please review the Artificial Reef Protocols).  Offices of the Marine Resources Division are located in Gulf Shores (251-968-7576) and on Dauphin Island (251-861-2882).  Both of these offices have individuals trained in artificial reef permitting and can schedule an inspection of reef material in a timely manner.  In order for individuals to legally construct artificial reefs outside of the general permit areas previously mentioned, a permit must be obtained from the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers pursuant to Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Appropriation Act of 1899, Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, and Section 103 of the Marine Protection, Research and Sanctuaries Act of 1972, as amended.  The advantages to utilizing the General Permit Areas for artificial reef construction are numerous, however, the three main advantages are: (A) a permit can be acquired in most instances within one working day after the request is made, (B) the specific location the structure is deployed is not publicized, and (C) the chances of artificial reefs within the General Permit Areas coming in conflict with other users are reduced.

 

2016 - Present Inshore Reef Enhancements

Reef NameLattitudeLongitudeEnhancement Materials
Dell Williamson ReefN30ᵒ 36.217W87ᵒ 54.982161 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
Shell Bank ReefN30ᵒ 15.700W87ᵒ 51.7522650 tons of #4 limestone aggregate was placed within the middle portions of the reef
Zundels ReefN30ᵒ 28.343W87ᵒ 55.576673 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
Lynn Dent Boykin ReefN30ᵒ 16.404W88ᵒ 05.7622406 tons of #2 limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
Choctaw Pass ReefN30ᵒ 39.863W88ᵒ 01.217766 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
Bender Austal ReefN30ᵒ 31.698W88ᵒ 02.9444879 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
Buddy Beiser ReefN30ᵒ 35.251W87ᵒ 56.8624459 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
Battles Wharf ReefN30ᵒ 29.666W87ᵒ 55.8763873 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
Legacy 615-3N30ᵒ 16.005W87ᵒ 58.430623 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
Legacy 615-1N30ᵒ 16.847W87ᵒ 59.107421 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
Legacy PlatformN30ᵒ 16.819W87ᵒ 58.082892 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
Bayou St. John ReefN30ᵒ 17.584W87ᵒ 31.8983000 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
Upper Wreck ReefN30ᵒ 23.204W87ᵒ 53.1171023 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
Ono Island ReefN30ᵒ 18.115W87ᵒ 29.445clusters of 18" concrete pipe and 58" manhole covers were placed within the reef boundaries
Bayou Cour ReefN30ᵒ 17.926W87ᵒ 48.4264350 tons of #4 limestone aggregate was placed in the southern half of the reef then 6696 tons of #2 aggregate was placed throughout the reef
Rockpile ReefN30ᵒ 20.015W87ᵒ 29.908clusters of 18", 24" and 30" concrete pipe, 58" manhole covers, and junction boxes and 3000 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
Mississippi Sound #2N30ᵒ 14.421W88ᵒ 16.3802500 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries

 

2016 - Present New Inshore Reef Construction

Reef NameLattitudeLongitudeConstruction Materials
Point Clear ReefN30ᵒ 27.961W87ᵒ 57.6959710 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries.
Legacy 615-4N30ᵒ 17.297W87ᵒ 57.3125490 tons of 3" X 6" limestone aggregate was placed within the reef boundaries
CCA Alabama Pelican Bay ReefN30ᵒ 14.308W88ᵒ 06.41480 eco-reef modules placed in clusters of 3-4 modules:  each module consists of 3 concrete/limestone discs (4.5' diameter) on a fiberglass piling extending 4-5' above  the seabed
Heggeman ReefN30ᵒ 16.995W88ᵒ 17.22552 eco-reef modules placed in clusters of 3-4 modules:  each module consists of 3 concrete/limestone discs (4.5' diameter) on a fiberglass piling extending 4-5' above  the seabed

 

2016 - Present New Nearshore Reef Construction

Reef NameLattitudeLongitudeConstruction Materials
Eco 16-E01*N30° 14.217W87° 32.156Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-E02 is 80' to the SW
Eco 16-E02*N30° 14.211W87° 32.168Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-E01 is 80' to the NE
Eco 16-E03*N30° 14.124W87° 32.052Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-E04 is 90' to the SE
Eco 16-E04*N30° 14.112W87° 32.041Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-E03 is 90' tot he NW
Eco 16-E05*N30° 14.046W87° 32.168Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-E06 is 80' to the SE
Eco 16-E06*N30° 14.040W87° 32.154Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-E05 is 80' to the NW
Eco 16-E07*N30° 13.906W87° 32.167Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-E08 is 100' to the SE
Eco 16-E08*N30° 13.903W87° 32.149Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-E07 is 100' to the  NW
Eco 16-E09*N30° 13.949W87° 32.014Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-E10 is 100' to the S
Eco 16-E10*N30° 13.934W87° 32.008Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-E09 is 100' to the N
Eco 16-E11N30° 14.269W87° 31.624Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter
Eco 16-W01N30° 13.045W87° 39.587Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter
Eco 16-W02N30° 12.868W87° 39.576Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter
Eco 16-W03N30° 12.964W87° 39.211Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter
Eco 16-W04*N30° 13.188W87° 39.063Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16W05 is 90' to the SE
Eco 16-W05*N30° 13.176W87° 39.053Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-W04 is 90' NW
Eco 16-W06*N30° 13.069W87° 39.061Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-W07 is 90' to the SE
Eco 16-W07*N30° 13.057W87° 39.053Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-W06 is 90' tot he NW
Eco 16-W08N30° 12.935W87° 39.049Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter
Eco 16-W09N30° 12.816W87° 39.048Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter
Eco 16-W10N30° 13.188W87° 38.864Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter
Eco 16-W11*N30° 13.069W87° 38.861Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-W12 is 100' tot he S
Eco 16-W12*N30° 13.053W87° 38.863Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-W11 is 100' to the N
Eco 16-W13N30° 12.939W87° 38.863Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter
Eco 16-W14*N30° 12.851W87° 38.866Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-W15 is 110' to the NE
Eco 16-W15*N30° 12.859W87° 38.848Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter, Eco 16-W14 is 110' to the SW
Eco 16-W16*N30° 13.055W87° 38.689Two Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-W17 is 200' to the NE
Eco 16-W17*N30° 13.072W87° 38.656Three Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-W16 is 200' to the SW
Eco 16-W18N30° 12.933W87° 38.665Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter
Eco 16-W19*N30° 12.823W87° 38.664Three Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-W20 is 100' to the SW
Eco 16-W20*N30° 12.812W87° 38.678Two Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter; Eco 16-W19 is 100' tot he NE
Eco 16-W21N30° 12.822W87° 38.488Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter
Eco 16-W22N30° 13.198W87° 38.225Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter
Eco 16-W23N30° 13.041W87° 38.046Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter
Eco 16-W24N30° 12.836W87° 38.178Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter
Eco 16-W25N30° 12.867W87° 38.033Concrete & Limestone Eco Reef 2'-3' Height X 4' Diameter

 

2016 - Present New Offshore Reef Construction

Reef ZoneReef NameLattitudeLongitudeConstruction Materials
Tatum - Winn NorthAPC/CTS/AWFN29° 47.460W87° 59.190195' X 35' Hopper Barge containing two 18' X 40' boilers
Don Kelley NorthEnhanced Wreck #1N30° 02.074W87° 41.92Existing wreck enhanced with concrete culverts, pipes and junction boxes.
Don Kelley NorthEnhanced Wreck #2N30° 02.737W87° 40.132Existing wreck enhanced with concrete culverts, pipes and junction boxes.
Don Kelley NorthEnhanced Wreck #3N29° 58.022W87° 34.543Existing wreck enhanced with concrete culverts, pipes and junction boxes.
Don Kelley NorthEnhanced Wreck #4N29° 47.059W87° 34.137Existing wreck enhanced with concrete culverts, pipes and junction boxes.
Tatum - Winn SouthMP255N29° 19.242W87° 48.770Reefed platform MP255 extending 237' above the seabed and approximately 180' in Diameter.
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 16-1N29° 49.131W88° 02.104Two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 20' in distance apart)
Don Kelley NorthPmid 16-11N29° 46.92W87° 35.993Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 30' in distance apart)
Don Kelley NorthPmid 16-14N29° 47.783W87° 40.931Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 30' in distance apart)
Don Kelley NorthPmid 16-15N29° 49.151W87° 36.302Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 30' in distance apart)
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 16-16N29° 49.578W87° 53.707Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 30' in distance apart)
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 16-17N29° 50.506W87° 57.225Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 50' in distance apart)
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 16-18N29° 52.319W87° 56.847Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 20' in distance apart)
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 16-19N29° 52.812W87° 57.307Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 30' in distance apart)
Don Kelley SouthPmid 16-2N29° 29.208W87° 36.46Two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 20' in distance apart)
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 16-20*N29° 52.521W87° 57.132Two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 70' in distance apart), Pmids  16-30 is 95' to the SW
Don Kelley NorthPmid 16-21N29° 53.252W87° 38.481Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 20' in distance apart)
Don Kelley NorthPmid 16-23N29° 56.345W87° 35.521Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 30' in distance apart)
Don Kelley NorthPmid 16-24N29° 58.097W87° 47.086Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 40' in distance apart)
Don Kelley NorthPmid 16-25N29° 58.127W87° 40.84Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 60' in distance apart)
Hugh SwinglePmid 16-26N29° 58.695W88° 04.005Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 30' in distance apart)
Don Kelley NorthPmid 16-27N29° 59.117W87° 45.284Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 20' in distance apart)
Don Kelley NorthPmid 16-28N29° 59.27W87° 45.711Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 20' in distance apart)
Hugh SwinglePmid 16-29N29° 59.36W88° 02.806Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 20' in distance apart)
Don Kelley NorthPmid 16-3N30° 00.611W87° 45.734Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 20' in distance apart)
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 16-30N29° 49.597W87° 53.6848' Florida limestone pyramid
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 16-30*N29° 52.512W87° 57.146One 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramid, Pmid 16-20 is 95' to the NE
Don Kelley NorthPmid 16-31*N29° 53.841W87° 34.688One 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramid, Pmid 04-010 is 130' to the W
Don Kelley NorthPmid 16-4N30° 00.714W87° 34.904Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 20' in distance apart)
Don Kelley SouthPmid 16-5N29° 33.03W87° 37.032Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 40' in distance apart)
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 16-7N29° 35.562W87° 50.693Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 30' in distance apart)
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 16-8N29° 39.573W87° 51.972Three 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids (approximately 60' in distance apart)
Don Kelley NorthSouthern Pipes #1*N29° 47.091W87° 36.495A pile of Concrete Pipes, Culverts, and Junction Boxes, Southern Pipes #2 is ~275' to the S
Don Kelley NorthSouthern Pipes #2*N29° 47.054W87° 36.4894 piles of Concrete Pipes, Culverts, and Junction Boxes wtihin 50' of coordinate, Southern Pipes #1 is ~275' to the N
Hugh SwingleSpmid 16-02E*N29° 59.485W88° 03.468Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base with an 8' Florida limestone pyramid inside each large pyramid; Pmid 04-213* is located 135' to the WSW
Tatum - Winn NorthSpmid 16-03*N29° 53.500W88° 02.328Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base; Pmid 05-186* is located 125' to  the N
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-05*N29° 58.615W87° 45.06Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base, Spmid 16-06 is 105' to the W
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-06*N29° 58.618W87° 45.083Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base, Spmid 16-05 is 105' to the E
Tatum - Winn NorthSpmid 16-07EN29° 49.686W87° 57.829Two Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base with an 8' Florida limestone pyramid inside each large pyramid
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-09N29° 57.731W87° 41.04Two Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-10*N29° 59.07W87° 39.322Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base, Pmid 04-148* is 105' to the  ESE
Tatum - Winn NorthSpmid 16-11N29° 47.788W87° 55.795Two Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-12N29° 56.538W87° 40.004Two Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base
Tatum - Winn NorthSpmid 16-13*N29° 46.405W87° 52.938Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base; Pmid 07-373* is located 100' to the SSE
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-14E*N30° 02.586W87° 33.787One Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base with an 8' Florida limestone pyramid inside each large pyramid, Pmid 05-125 is 105' to the E
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-15N29° 50.86W87° 42.858Two Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-16*N30° 01.644W87° 32.455Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base, Pmid 05-116 is 130' to the NW
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-17*N29° 54.016W87° 35.098Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base, Spmid 16-18 is 130' to the E
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-18*N29° 54.012W87° 35.074Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base, Spmid 16-17 is 130' to the W
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-19*N29° 47.425W87° 41.577Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base, Pmid 04-031* is 125' to the SE
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-20*N29° 52.308W87° 35.617Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base, Pmid 05-140 is 225' to the NE
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-21N29° 48.961W87° 36.577Two Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base
Tatum - Winn NorthSpmid 16-22*N29° 41.226W87° 48.707Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base; Pmid 05-077* is located 150' to the NW
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-24E*N29° 42.918W87° 37.741Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base with an 8' Florida limestone pyramid inside each large pyramid, Pmid 07-249 is 115' to the S
Tatum - Winn NorthSpmid 16-25*N29° 40.177W87° 52.251Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base; Pmid 04-082 is located 300' to the SW
Tatum - Winn NorthSpmid 16-26*N29° 39.560W87°  52.366Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base;Spmid 16-27 is located 115' to the SE
Tatum - Winn NorthSpmid 16-27*N29° 39.545W87° 52.356Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base;Spmid 16-26 is located 115' to the NW
Tatum - Winn NorthSpmid 16-28N29° 35.396W87° 50.971Two Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base
Don Kelley SouthSpmid 16-29*N29° 33.966W87° 42.509Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base; Pmid 047-305 is located105' to the E
Don Kelley SouthSpmid 16-30*N29° 32.893W87° 37.383Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base;Spmid 16-31 is located 120' to the S
Don Kelley SouthSpmid 16-31*N29° 32.873W87° 37.385Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base;Spmid 16-30 is located 120' to the N

 

2016 - Present Offshore Reef Enhancements

Reef ZoneReef NameLattitudeLongitudeConstruction Materials
Don Kelley NorthCSX BoxcarsN29° 59.563W87° 33.371CSX Rail Boxcars, 2 Clusters of Concrete Pipe added to the reef
Don Kelley NorthPerdido Pass Bridge 3N30° 02.309W87° 33.245Old 2 Lane Bridge Spans and Pilings, 2 clusters of Concrete Pipe were added to the reef
Don Kelley NorthPerdido Pass Bridge 4N30° 02.805W87° 33.1Old 2 Lane Bridge Spans and Pilings, 3 clusters of Concrete Pipe were added to the reef
Don Kelley NorthPerdido Pass Bridge 5N30° 03.122W87° 32.873Old 2 Lane Bridge Spans and Pilings, 2 clusters of Concrete Pipe were added to the reef
Don Kelley NorthPmid 04-010*N29° 53.838W87° 34.7122004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with one 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramid, Pmid 16-31 is 130' to the E
Don Kelley NorthPmid 04-069N30° 00.951W87° 50.7122004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Don Kelley NorthPmid 04-070N30° 00.122W87° 50.1412004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with a 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramid
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 04-075N29° 47.554W87° 51.7622004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 04-095N29° 45.602W87° 57.7782004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Tatum - Winn SouthPmid 04-118N29° 29.71W87° 56.2182004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Tatum - Winn SouthPmid 04-123N29° 32.552W88° 00.4772004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Don Kelley NorthPmid 04-139N29° 56.867W87° 37.0452004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Don Kelley NorthPmid 04-142N29° 59.846W87° 36.922004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Don Kelley NorthPmid 04-150N29° 57.076W87° 39.2832004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Don Kelley NorthPmid 04-160N29° 51.842W87° 41.7582004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Hugh SwinglePmid 04-180N30° 00.821W87° 59.3742004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Hugh SwinglePmid 04-185N29° 56.146W87° 57.1982004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 04-188N29° 53.522W87° 55.5422004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 04-198N29° 52.209W87° 57.2642004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Hugh SwinglePmid 04-209N30° 02.623W88° 02.1772004 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Don Kelley SouthPmid 05-028N29° 32.521W87° 37.2092005 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 05-071N29° 36.198W87° 48.8182005 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 05-072N29° 37.038W87° 48.7792005 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Tatum - Winn NorthPmid 05-104*N29° 41.484W87° 53.9332005 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with one 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramid, Pmid16-32 is 110' to the NW
Don Kelley NorthPmid 05-128N30° 02.276W87° 35.3732005 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Don Kelley NorthPmid 05-145N29° 49.173W87° 36.7612005 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Don Kelley NorthPmid 05-148N29° 51.648W87° 37.8782005 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Don Kelley NorthPmid 05-156N29° 47.484W87° 37.92005 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Don Kelley NorthPmid 05-163N30° 02.42W87° 40.2062005 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Hugh SwinglePmid 05-175N30° 00.15W88° 06.8112005 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Hugh SwinglePmid 05-205N29° 55.916W88° 05.2322005 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Hugh SwinglePmid 05-214N30° 00.843W88° 04.2112005 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Don Kelley NorthPmid 07-184N29° 58.887W87° 45.5962007 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Don Kelley SouthPmid 07-259N29° 31.774W87° 34.6292007 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Don Kelley SouthPmid 07-273N29° 32.435W87° 37.7312007 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Tatum - Winn SouthPmid 07-316N29° 27.412W87° 52.822007 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Tatum - Winn SouthPmid 07-390N29° 26.639W87° 53.0872007 RSWC Reef Module- Concrete pyramid w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W with two 2016 8' Florida limestone pyramids
Hugh SwingleSpmid 16-01N30° 01.612W88° 03.460One Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base and One 2004 RSWC Reef Modules- Concrete pyramids w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W
Tatum - Winn NorthSpmid 16-04N29° 51.790W87° 59.345One Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base and One 2005 RSWC Reef Modules- Concrete pyramids w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W
Don Kelley NorthSpmid 16-08N30° 02.619W87° 38.1One Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base and One 2005 RSWC Reef Modules- Concrete pyramids w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W
Don Kelley SouthSpmid 16-23N29° 42.794W87° 44.853One Concrete & Limestone Pyramid 25' Height and 15' Triangular Base and  One 2005 RSWC Reef Modules- Concrete pyramids w/steel inserts 10' H x 12' W x 12'W
Don Kelley NorthTank 89 B*N30° 01.977W87° 33.95United States demilitarized M-60 Army Tank, 2 Clusters of Concrete Pipe added to the reef, Tank 89A is 160' to the SW and Tank 89C is 80' to the N
Don Kelley NorthTank 89 C*N30° 01.99W87° 33.945United States demilitarized M-60 Army Tank, 1 Cluster of Concrete Pipe added to the reef, Tank 89B is 80' to the S