Known for its abundant and thriving sea life, the All Alone is a smaller wreck that sits at 90 feet of water. All Alone is a 75-foot tugboat with a split hull. The split hull allows for the large amounts of fish that make the All Alone their home. Common species found on the All Alone include pelagic species like barracuda and snook, grouper, and a variety of smaller fish that are preyed on by the larger pelagic species. Going down into this wreck will guarantee you a plentiful and consistent view of a large variety of sea life.