It should be easy to find a 320 foot long obstruction within this grid...
There is also two pretty neat videos on the scuttling:
One thing which I found surprising was noted in the PRESS of ATLANTIC CITY: - Luxurious Twin Capes ferry sunk for artificial reef; by MICHELLE BRUNETTI
The Twin Capes was the biggest and most expensive of the Cape May-Lewes fleet, with a full restaurant, a food court and two plush bars. A DRBA spokesman said at the time that the goal was to make it “like a cruise ship” and “one of the premier ferry vessels in the nation.”
But after the ferry system lost its right to serve prepared food, due to poor sanitation in 2000, the restaurants were closed.
The DRBA said the Twin Capes cost more to operate, and required a crew of 17 rather than the 12 that staff the average ferry. It also used more fuel than the other three ferries with every 17-mile crossing over the Delaware Bay.
So it put the ship up for sale years ago, but it failed to draw interest on the commercial market.
This should draw a good amount of mid-range wreck fishing and diving interest over the coming years as this A.R. continues to expand. You can read the full article at the above link posted, and I do hope this A.R. program continues to enhance fishing possibilities in that area.