Alexandra McAllister Shipwreck & Dive Site

Alexandra McAllister Shipwreck & Dive Site

Are you ready for an underwater adventure? Look no further than the Alexandra McAllister, a 90-foot tugboat that sank off the coast of New Smyrna Beach, Florida. This dive site, located at 111 Flagler Avenue, offers an average depth of 81-90ft and visibility of 21-25ft. It's accessible by boat and provides amenities such as bathrooms and air fills. The dive site has an average rating of 3.50 out of 5 from 2 scuba divers and it's a great spot for diving enthusiasts.

The Alexandra McAllister is a great spot for diving enthusiasts. It's a boat accessible salt water dive site, located at 29°11.63’N, 80°44.81’W. The wreck is intact and sitting upright and offers a great spot to spot various fish species such as Goliath Grouper and many others. The depth ranges from 65 feet to the stack and 85 feet to the bottom.

But what really sets the Alexandra McAllister apart is its rich history. The tugboat was built in 1942 and served in both World War II and the Korean War before being retired and used for commercial fishing. However, in 1991, the Alexandra McAllister met its demise when it sank off the coast of New Smyrna Beach.

But the legacy of the Alexandra McAllister lives on through the McAllister Dive Watch, a timepiece created by NSB Watch that pays homage to the iconic vessel. The watch features a rugged, dive-inspired design with a stainless steel case, water resistance up to 300 meters and a uni-directional rotating bezel. The dial has been designed to be legible and easy to read underwater. The watch is powered by a reliable and precise NH35A automatic movement, that is known for its durability and accuracy.

So, dive into the past and the present with the Alexandra McAllister and the McAllister Dive Watch. It's an adventure you'll never forget.