Number 3 on the the Panhandle wreck trail is The Pete Tide 2. She was a working ship in the Gulf of Mexico supplying material to the oil rigs. Sitting upright in 100 ft of water, she offers three decks to explore starting around 60 ft. This dive is a good one for the novice to the more advanced. As with any wreck, there is an abundant amount of sea life from spade fish to Blackfin tuna. She was sunk in 1993 at a depth of 100 ft. The Pete Tide II is 166 ft long and the beam is 38 ft, location 30,08.767 n 087º 14.017w.