How Deep Is the Atlantic Ocean in Feet?

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The deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean is the Puerto Rico Trench. It is 5.3 miles deep which converts to 27,984'. There are 5,280' in a mile.
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The deepest point of the Atlantic Ocean is 28,231 feet. This is near Puerto Rico. The average depth of the Atlantic is only about 10,800 feet. For more information look here: http
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It reaches 4,000 meters (13,000) Ft.
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Like all ocean bottoms, the Atlantic's is extremely uneven. The ridge lies 1 to 2 miles
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The Atlantic Ocean has an average depth of 3,872m (12,254ft). Its deepest point is 8,648m (28,374ft). That's really deep!
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