Site 9 is approximately 33 nm offshore, making it the furthest offshore site in the system. It is approximately 32.8 nm from the Bell Buoy at a bearing of 059°. It is a popular deep water (135 ft.) fishing site.

V09-96C18

1996 - Site 9 Ship (V09-96C18)
DD MM.MMM: 29°21.230', -080°21.440'
DD.DDDDDD: 29.353833°, -080.357333°
In 1996, a 100 ft. ship was placed in the area. The ship is upright, intact, and easy to find.
1996 - Site 9 USN Intruder Planes
(Please email us if you have accurate GPS coordinates. These will get you close.)
V09-C1? -- 29.354317°, -80.357350 (29°21.259', -080°21.441')
V09-plane1 -- 29.353900°, -80.357383 (29°21.234', -080°21.443')
V09-plane2 -- 29.353700°, -80.358000 (29°21.222', -080°21.480')
V09-plane3 -- 29.353567°, -80.356067
(29°21.214', -080°21.364')
In 1996, about two dozen US Navy Grumman A-6 Intruder jet aircraft were placed in the area. Look a short distance to the southeast and to the east of the ship for the first few planes.