A diver with Rainbow Reef Dive Center inspects an anchor uncovered when Hurricane Irma shifted sands near the ‘Benwood’ shipwreck off Key Largo.
A diver with Rainbow Reef Dive Center inspects an anchor uncovered when Hurricane Irma shifted sands near the ‘Benwood’ shipwreck off Key Largo. Shayna Cohen Rainbow Reef Dive Center
A diver with Rainbow Reef Dive Center inspects an anchor uncovered when Hurricane Irma shifted sands near the ‘Benwood’ shipwreck off Key Largo. Shayna Cohen Rainbow Reef Dive Center

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