Halliburton Wreck

Standing upright 30m/98ft at its deepest point, the Halliburton cargo ship was sunk by the Utila Dive Operators Association to create an artificial reef and dive exploration and training site. The ship is 99m/100ft long and almost entirely intact with very little corrosion. To the port side (north side) of the wreck scattered coral formations are spread across the sandy sea floor that eventually slopes up to meet Lighthouse Reef. There are two fixed buoys for the site, the east buoy descending to the bow and the west buoy to the stern of the boat.

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