The Coney Island Shipwreck
New York and New Jersey's (Wreck Valley)
Historical and current New York and New Jersey Shipwreck Information and images for scuba
divers and fisherman.
Shark River Artificial reef NJ. The Coney Island was
built in 1938. She was 250 feet long and had a 40 foot beam. She was
used to haul New York City sewage sludge to ocean disposal sites.
Sunk intact with explosives. She now sits upright in121 feet of
penetration into any shipwreck should only be done by those with
proper training, experience and
wreck diving equipment.
Herb Segars. Robin Reed of Towaco, New Jersey swims/photographs
on the Coney Island, a 250' long x 40' wide sludge tanker, sunk on
the Shark River Artificial Reef in approximately 125' of water off
New Jersey. Model released.
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