Big Fishes Deep Wreck Reef Wall
The 98-foot (30-meter) long, 217-ton was built in Gran Roque Venezuela's state-owned Shipyards in 1973 to serve domestic ports, but lack of maintenance the vessel finally Crippled for good seven years ago.
Abandoned alongside the dock, the tug became a haven for the homeless and filled with trash and graffiti until Navas' team took over the task of cleaning it up before sending it to the bottom of Guabina Bay.
Gran Roque went to the bottom with a powerful boom as 44 pounds (20 kg) of explosives placed by a specialist Army diver team ripped open its hull Rusted. In less than a minute, the ship sanke to the bottom of the bay, part of the Henri Pittier National Park.