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The Reggie 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.

The Reggie is rumored to be the remains of a barge. The wreck is located in 105 feet of water off Fire Island and is one of the best lobster wrecks in the area. I have only had the pleasure of visiting this wreck about four times. In my opinion the story about this wreck being a barge is inaccurate. She definitely needs more extensive exploration.

The Reggie's steel hulled pointed bow is lying upside down. Everything behind her bow is scattered in a low lying debris field. On my dive trips to the wreck, I have not seen any sign of machinery or rigging, but have located a capstan buried under her bow. The Reggie is one of Capt. Dan Berg's Triangle Wrecks. This wreck the Kenosha and the Dodger all rest within a short distance of each other and are all good for lobster hunting and spearfishing.


Photo: Steve Jonassen and Billy Campbell after a dive to the Reggie. Photo by Dan Berg






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