The Coyote is an interesting and challenging dive for the technical wreck diver. The hull itself is intact and sunk into the seafloor at a depth of 52m/170ft. The deck has collapsed and what remains are crossbeams and sections of partially intact deck planking. At the very end of the wreck at the stern, a large four-bladed propeller can be seen. Rising up over the top of the wreck, partially intact sections of deck remain. Swimming forward to the engine machinery, the propeller shaft can be seen in some areas. Further forward, the iconic trapezoidal water tube boiler, water tanks and the engine are present. This is one of the most interesting features of the wreck to explore. Firebrick furnaces can be seen down inside the wreck.
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