Pinellas North contains some of the best reefs in the Tampa Bay area. Below you will find the cover of the book and the CD with the Table of Contents of the area. Below the Table of Contents, you will find a description of each reef.
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Sand Key site is less than a miles from shore. The water depths here are in the 20 foot range. Reef was started in 2001 consisting mainly of concrete rubble.
Rube Allyn site is 11.1 miles from Clearwater Pass. The water depths here are in the 50 foot range. This reef has many tall pyramid structures. It also has the demolished old Clearwater Pass Bridge.
Clearwater Reef site is close to shore at 4.0 miles from Clearwater Pass and 4.7 miles from Hurricane Pass entrance. The water depths here are in the 28 foot range. The first drop was in the early sixties.
Veterans Reef site is 10.9 miles from Hurricane Pass and 11.1 from Clearwater Pass. The water depths here are in the 45 foot range. Three 100’ steel barges are just south of the yellow buoy. There is a plaque 50 feet from the center buoy that commemorates all veterans.
Dunedin Reef site is close to shore at 4.2 miles from Hurricane Pass. The water depths here are in the 29 foot range. There are high profile structures at the north end and pyramids south of the center of the reef. This reef is noted for underwater photography. The first drop was in the mid seventies.
Tarpon Springs Reef site is the most north site and is close to shore at 3.9 miles from Tarpon Springs entrance and 8.3 miles from Hurricane Pass. The water depths here are in the 27 foot range.