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Final Port of Call: Sinking of Texas Clipper for Artificial Reef - TX Parks and Wildlife [Official]

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Published on Feb 26, 2013

The historic Texas Clipper ship rests on the ocean floor as an artificial reef and scuba adventure destination. This story explores her rich lineage: she was christened the Queens and built to invade Japan during WWII. Then she became one of the world's first air conditioned cruise liners. Texas A&M University acquired her for use as a training vessel named the Texas Clipper. For more information on the artificial reef program, see http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/landwater...

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