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Manasquan Inlet Artificial Reef

New Jersey Reefs

Manasquan Inlet Reef
The squiggly purple lines are undersea cables

The Manasquan Inlet Reef site is located 1.7 nautical miles southeast of the inlet, which is just north of Ocean County’s Point Pleasant Beach. When fully developed, it will occupy nearly one square mile of sea floor in water from 67 feet to 74 feet deep. The reef is part of a compromise reached in 2015 that settled fishing gear use and access to artificial reefs between recreational and commercial fishermen and restored federal funding to New Jersey’s artificial reef program.

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The reef started out in June 2017 with a large load of concrete

Mt Sinai

Manasquan Inlet

Mt Sinai reef

shipwreck, trawler
( 87 ft )
Tuesday June 27, 2017
40°04.980' -73°59.410'
75 ft

Mt Sinai reef

The Mt. Sinai is an 87-foot trawler donated by Roy Diehl of Belford NJ and the Belford Fisherman's Cooperative. Towing and preparation expenses are being sponsored by the Greater Point Pleasant Charter Boat Association.

Mt Sinai reef



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