Maverick Ferry, Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago | CruiseBe
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Maverick Ferry


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There are three wrecks located around the island's shores, but the one usually considered the best is the Maverick Ferry, which used to travel between Trinidad and Tobago. The ferry is 350 feet (110 meters) long and has been sunk in 30 meters (98 feet) just off Rocky Point, Mt. Irvine. The top of the wreck is at 15 meters (49 feet). The wreck has an abundance of marine life, including a 4-foot (1.2-metre) jewfish, a member of the grouper family. The wreck was purposely sunk for divers, and so all the doors and windows were removed.


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