Blue Heron Bridge | Diving + Snorkeling Blue Heron Bridge

Posted by: on February 27th, 2014

Dive Site: Blue Heron Bridge MAP IT! City: Riviera Beach, Florida Type of Dive: Snorkeling and Scuba Diving Depth: 10-23 Feet Parking: FREE Parking Lot! Local Beach Cam: Palm Beach Inlet Last Updated: 8/15/2015 Directions to the Blue Heron Bridge: From I-95, take Blue Heron Blvd. (exit 76) east and drive over the Blue Heron Bridge. Turn left into Phil Foster […]


Breakers Reef | Breakers Hotel Reef Snorkeling Site

Posted by: on October 13th, 2013

Dive Site: The Breakers Reef MAP IT! City: Palm Beach, Florida Type of Dive: South Florida Beach Dive Depth: 15-18 Feet Parking: Metered and Street Local Beach Cam: The Breakers Hotel Last Updated: 10/17/2013 Snorkeling The Breakers Reef in Palm Beach: The Breakers Reef in Palm Beach is the remains of an old pier in […]


Perry Street Rock Pile | Perry St. Rocks | Hollywood, FL

Posted by: on August 23rd, 2013

Dive Site: Perry Street Rock Pile | Perry St. Rocks MAP IT! City: Hollywood, Florida Type of Dive: South Florida Beach Dive Depth: 12-20 Feet Parking: Metered $2/hr | Pay at the master meter with cash, coin or credit card. Last Updated: 6/29/2014 The Perry Street Rock Pile | Perry St. Rocks Beach Dive: The […]


Snorkeling CocoCay | Royal Caribbean | Snorkel Coco Cay Bahamas

Posted by: on June 4th, 2013

CocoCay. Formerly know as Little Stirrup Cay, CocoCay is Royal Caribbean’s own island in the Bahamas. CocoCay has AMAZING snorkeling with viz being 100+ ft. The snorkeling area includes two makeshift ship wrecks and two makeshift plane wrecks. We live in South Florida and snorkel / scuba every week. We both agree CocoCay offers some […]

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DIVE TIPS: Beach Dives Tips | Florida Scuba Diving

Posted by: on April 17th, 2013

The water is warming up and it’s time to go scuba diving! South Florida offers scuba divers countless reefs to explore by means of beach diving. With minimal planning and little cash, you can log some bottom time. While most charters charge $60+, you can do a single tank beach dive for as little as […]


SCUBA REVIEW: SeaTech Ledges | Dania Beach

Posted by: on April 5th, 2013

On Sunday I explored the SeaTech Ledges in Dania Beach with Tom Fathom and his South Florida scuba diving Meetup group. It’s been over a year since I explored this beach dive site. A little before noon we entered the Atlantic at high tide from the south end of the parking lot. The water was […]


Things to Remember During South Florida Sea Turtle Nesting Season

Posted by: on March 19th, 2013

South Florida beaches are important nesting areas for sea turtles, and the sand dunes are home to many unique plants and animals. When visiting, help protect Florida’s sea turtles, other wildlife and the coastal habitats upon which they depend. The sea turtle nesting season in South Florida runs from March through October on the Atlantic […]

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SCUBA DIVING REVIEW | Turtle Reef | Deerfield Beach

Posted by: on September 26th, 2012

On Sunday, Netalia and I did a late evening scuba dive at Turtle Reef.  This was our first time visiting this South Florida dive site since Isaac. Like always, the reef was full of life. Netalia spotted a lionfish and an octopus – two creatures we’ve never seen here before. In addition to seeing two […]

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DIVE TIPS | Night Scuba Diving

Posted by: on September 18th, 2012

Night diving is amazing! A reef you visited 1,954 times before will look completely different when relying on your flashlight. By becoming familiar with night diving, you become more flexible with when you can explore. If you’re interested in night diving, the best thing you can do for yourself is to get proper, professional training by taking a night diving specialty course […]

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NIGHT DIVE REVIEW | Deerfield Beach Ledges | Scuba Diving

Posted by: on August 18th, 2012

Wednesday’s night dive adventure was definitely a good one. A group of about 10 of us swam out with a beautiful sunset overhead and descended on the Deerfield Beach Ledges. As this was my very first night dive, I got to test out my new dive lights (Helpful note: When it comes to buying dive lights, […]