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Hey guys I'm headed out this weekend to do some wreck diving. Forecast for the seas looks good as long as we can get out early. Hopefully plan to get out the the Hyde-Markham and do the usual dive set up. I was wondering if anybody had the GPS for the Stone tug and Pocohontis (and yes i killed that spelling) tug that are a little closer to shore if things don't work out with the seas? And if you could check the GPS for Hyde and Markham that would be great: