Site 12 is 9.6 nm from the Bell Buoy at a bearing of 041°. At about 9 nm offshore, the site has a depth of approximately 75 ft. Although further offshore, Site 12 is a good alternate site to visit when Site 5 is crowded.

V12-13NW3 V12-14NNE3 V12-12W38 V12-98C3 V12-01NE5 V12-11E3 V12-00C0 V12-10SW3 V12-12S3 V12-11SE3 V12-14SSE3

1998 - Site 12 Culverts Near the Site Center (V12-98C3)
DD MM.MMM: 29°11.890', -080°46.500'
DD.DDDDDD: 29°.198167, -080.775000°
The 1989 center culverts are a good location for bottom fishing for mangrove snapper, sheepshead, and sea bass. It is also an excellent location for underwater macro-photography.

2000 - Site 12 South Concrete Material (V12-00C0)
DD MM.MMM: 29°11.840', -080°46.530'
DD.DDDDDD: 29.197333°, -080.775500°
In the spring of 2000, a barge load of concrete material was placed south of the 1998 culverts.

2001 - Site 12 Broadway Bridge Deposit (V12-01NE5)
DD MM.MMM: 29°11.930', -080°46.390'
DD.DDDDDD: 29.198833°, -080.773167°
Clean material from the old Broadway Bridge was added in April 2001 to the north and northeast of the center culverts. The 2001 material is in scattered piles.

2010 - Site 12 SW Deposit (V12-10SW3)
DD MM.MMM: 29°11.690', -080°46.685'
DD.DDDDDD: 29.194833°, -080.778083°
In August, 2010, 400 tons of clean culverts and poles were deposited on the southwest part of the site. The depth was 74 feet. The height of the deposit is approximately 18 ft.

2011 - Site 12 SE Deposit (V12-11SE3)
DD MM.MMM: 29°11.674', -080°46.340'
DD.DDDDDD: 29.194567°, -080.772333°
On June 15, 2011, a barge load of clean concrete culverts was deposited in a line from one side of the barge in the southeast part of the site. The height is approximately 10 ft. The depth is approximately 75 feet.

2011 - Site 12 East Deposit (V12-11E3)
DD MM.MMM: 29°11.881', -080°46.095'
DD.DDDDDD: 29.198017°, -080.768250°
On July 26, 2011, a barge load of clean concrete culverts was deposited from both sides of the barge in the eastern part of the site. The height is approximately 7-9 ft. and the length is 80 feet. The depth is approximately 75 feet.

2012 - Site 12 South Deposit (V12-12S3)
DD MM.MMM: 29°11.595', -080°46.472'
DD.DDDDDD: 29.193250°, -080.774533°
On July 25, 2012, a barge load of clean concrete culverts was deposited from both sides of the barge in the southern part of the site. The height is approximately 8 ft. and the length is 80 feet. The depth is approximately 75 feet.

2012 - Site 12 West Deposit (V12-12W38)
DD MM.MMM: 29°11.890', -080°46.792'
DD.DDDDDD: 29.198167°, -080.779867°
On August 22, 2012, a barge load of clean concrete culverts and a clean metal tank was deposited from both sides of the barge in the western part of the site. The height is approximately 12 ft. and the length is 80 ft. The depth is approximately 75 feet.

2013 - Site 12 NNW Deposit (V12-13NW3)
DD MM.MMM: 29°12.102', -080°46.752'
DD.DDDDDD: 29.201700°, -080.779200°
June 8, 2013, a barge load of clean concrete culverts was deposited from one side of the barge in the north-northwest part of the site. The height is approximately 7 ft. The depth is approximately 75 feet.

2014 - Site 12 NNE Deposit (V12-14NNE3)
DD MM.MMM: 29°12.125', -080°46.249'
DD.DDDDDD: 29.202083°, -080.770817°
On September 1, 2014, a barge load of 340 tons of clean concrete culverts and structures were deposited in the north-northeast part of the site. The height is approximately 9 ft. The depth is approximately 75 feet.

2014 - Site 12 SSE Deposit (V12-14SSE3)
DD MM.MMM: 29°11.587', -080°46.192'
DD.DDDDDD: 29.193117°, -080.769867°
On September 22, 2014, a barge load of 462 tons of clean concrete culverts and structures were deposited in the south-southeast part of the site. The height is approximately 15 ft. The depth is approximately 75 feet.

2018 - Site 12 Everglades (V12-18EVG)

DD MM.MMM: 29°11.594, -080°46.176'
DD.DDDDDD: 29.°, -080.°
On June 23, 2018, The Everglades was reefed about 10' from the northeast edge of the south-southeast culvert pile on site 12(V12-14SSE3). The depth is approximately 75' and the top of the ship is around 42'. The Everglades is a 90' tug that has a large open in the center of the ship allowing divers easy access to the engine room. GPS points are estimates based the best information currently available.
Bow:V12-18EVGb 29°11.589, -080°46.181'   29.°, -080.°
Stern:V12-18EVGs 29°11.600, -080°46.170'   29.°, -080.°

2018 - Site 12 Lady Philomena (V12-18LDP)
DD MM.MMM: 29°11.582', -080°46.141'
DD.DDDDDD: 29.°, -080.°
On June 23, 2018, The Lady Philomena was reefed about 30 minutes and 200' east of the Everglades(V12-18EVG). The depth is approximately 75' and the top of the ship is around 40'. This 120' ship was a confiscated drug running ship that was donated to the county. The county installed 4 reef piramides in the open cargo bay. It is sure to be a top dive spot in our area. GPS points are estimates based the best information currently available.
Bow:V12-18LDPb 29°11.573, -080°46.147   29.°, -080.°
Stern:V12-18LDPs 29°11.591, -080°46.135'   29.°, -080.°