The “Casablanca” is a 365′ LST that was sunk in 1972. The intent was to make this drop in the BR area, but bad weather, combined with a trapped air pocket inside the vessel made the drop go awry. It floated over four miles almost due south before finally sinking and remained “lost” for years before it was discovered.
It is a quality deep water wreck that produces fine catches, both trolling and bottom, when conditions such as water temperature and clarity allow. If you make the trip to the Casablanca, don’t leave the area without working some of the other areas marked in the vicinity. Plane wrecks and other unidentified structure produce well when carefully found and marked.