Florida Underwater Archaeological Preserve

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The Florida Underwater Archaeological Preserves are a system of underwater parks in the state of Florida, USA. They consist of shipwrecks of historic interest, both off the coast and inland, and are open all year round, free of charge. Similar programs have been created in California, Maryland, Michigan, New York, North Carolina, and Vermont.

There are eleven preserves in the Florida system:

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