Inside the Lesleen M
The Lesleen M was a 165 foot long, steel hulled cargo vessel. She was intentionally sunk in 1986 by the ministry of fisheries for the purpose of creating an artificial reef. She was towed by the St. Lucian Port Authority to a spot in 90 feet of water, but due to a strong current and a half hour of sinking, she drifted and ended up sitting upright in 65 feet of water.
This is a panorama taken from inside the stern of the ship. I took multiple shots and stitched them together in Photoshop.
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