Twin City Wrecks

By xfernal on 3/19/2015 10:18:10 PM • Rank (897) • Views 895

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The Twin City Wrecks is the local name for the “Hebe,” a Dutch merchant vessel, and the British Navy’s armed trawler, “St. Cathan,” which were involved in a collision in 1942. They sank near one another in 90 to 110 feet of water.

This point on the map is between the two wrecks.


Structure Information:
Twin City Wrecks is a Fishing Spot. A shipwreck or wreckage from a sunken vessel is located at this spot.

This fishing spot was added to the database on 1/14/2015 12:00:00 AM by xfernal and last updated on 3/19/2015 10:18:10 PM.


Map Location

GPS Coordinates

Degree, Decimal Minutes: 33º 08.671', 78º 15.707'
Decimal Degrees: 33.14452, -78.26179
Degree, Minutes, Seconds: 33º 08' 40.27", 78º 15' 42.44"

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