Due to the weather forecast for Thursday – Sunday, the deployment date for Barge 2 looks like it will be next week at the earliest. We will let you know as......

Deployment scheduled for May 15th, 16th or 17th depending on the weather. Planned deployment coordinates: 32.07.225N079 07.765W Stay tuned for official go date!...

Thanks to all that have participated in the South Carolina Memorial Reef cause! What was the vision of a few became a sounding call for many! In the past 5 days,......

Just when you thought it could not get any better! Just received word today! “Construction has been completed on Barge 2.  Stevens is doing final cleanup and preparation and hopes......

Sunday May 4th, 10:00 AM Barge 1 will be placed, weather permitting!COORDINATES ARE AS FOLLOWS:32.07.440 N 79.07.523W...

Thanks to Anthony Rhodes for donating a 100' plus cell tower to be used as additional vertical structure on the SC Memorial Reef! Volunteers will dismantle the tower and ship it...

A special thanks to Knight's Redi-Mix for the donation of concrete mixing drums to be added to the ever growing stockpile of materials being gathered for the construction of the...

Based on acquired materials to date, we wanted to share with you the latest schematic of how the South Carolina Memorial Reef may look once completed and in place.   ...

In a recent letter from Bob Martore, Artificial Reef Coordinator-Office Of Fisheries Management for the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Mr. Martore expressed his thanks for the efforts of...

Cooperative Science Services, LLC - Dolphin Research Program outlined the benefits of the South Carolina Memorial Reef in a recent letter received by Don Hammond, Founder and Director of CSS. Mr....

What will the Reef look like? What type of materials will be placed and how? Bob Horner, Maritime Engineer, has volunteered his time and expertise to design what will ultimately become...

Friday, February 1st, was another great day for the Reef.  Four companies teamed up and donated their resources to get yet another load of 20' and 40' donated container chassis from...