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Noula Express

The Noula Express is located one mile off shore, east-northeast of the Deerfield Pier, slightly more than one mile south of the Boca Raton Inlet. Sitting in 71 feet of water the Noula Express is a 114 foot steel-hulled Danish freighter sunk in 1988 sunk as a joint venture between the Broward and Palm Beach County Artificial Reef Programs. She was sunk right on the county line and its proximity to the dive operators of Pompano Beach make her a frequent stop on their itineraries.

During Hurricane Andrew, in 1992, the vessel was ripped into two pieces. Adjacent to the wreck on the southeast side near the bow section, divers will discover a submersible that was intentionally sunk after it washed up on Boca Raton's north beach. Unfortunately it is almost unrecognizable as it was flattened by the force of Hurricane Andrew.

<p>Loran C coordinates are lattitude 14283.3 longitude 62085.4

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