Raymond Miles Reef

The Raymond Miles Memorial Reef is named after Raymond Miles from Bainbridge, Georgia, who was one of the first people to support the MBARA back in l997. He was a wonderful man who gave continuously to others in his local community. He was a successful businessman, a loving father and husband, and he loved to fish around Mexico Beach with his lovely wife, Sam. King mackerel was his favorite fish to catch. He died in October of 2010 at the age of 85. This reef will honor him memory and his many accomplishments during his lifetime. The reef is comprised 1 Ecosystem and 4 Florida Limestone Artificial Reefs Modules deployed 5 May 2011 under FWC Grant 10161. Position verified by Bob Cox on 1 Oct 2020.

Reef Area: Car Body
LAT: 29 55.063
LON: 85 32.577
Range: 6.2
Bearing: 252
Depth: 62 feet
Range and Bearing is taken from mouth of Mexico Beach Canal.