Captain Dan Wreck | Pompano Beach Wreck Dive

Posted by: on August 31st, 2016

Dive Site: Captain Dan Wreck City: Pompano Beach, Florida Coordinates: 26 13.857′ N 80 03.960′ W Type of Dive: South Florida Boat / Line Down Dive Depth: 77ft Wheelhouse,  106ft, Deck, 117ft Sand Last Updated: 8/31/2016 History of the Captain Dan Wreck: The Captain Dan Wreck is a 175-foot Coast Guard tender formerly known as the Hollyhock. Built in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1937, […]

Benwood Wreck | Key Largo Wreck Dive

Posted by: on June 25th, 2016

Dive Site: Benwood Wreck City: Key Largo, Florida Coordinates: 25.0524′ N, 80.3323′ W Type of Dive: South Florida Boat Dive Depth: 55ft Sand Last Updated: 6/25/2016 History of the Benwood Wreck: The Benwood Wreck lays northeast of French Reef in Kay Largo, Florida. The 360-foot Benwood was a Norwegian merchant freighter built in 1910. This wreck’s story of how it became is an […]

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Quick Update | Wreck Sites To Come!

Posted by: on February 23rd, 2016

Hi Sink, Florida, Sink! scuba divers! Hope everyone is doing well. We just wanted to say thank you for being fans of our website wanted to give you a quick update….BEFORE we email our subscribers. 2016 will hold a huge expansion for Sink, Florida, Sink! What started out as a beach diving website will soon expand to […]

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Jim Atria Wreck | Fort Lauderdale Wreck Dive

Posted by: on February 21st, 2016

Dive Site: Jim Atria Wreck City: Fort Lauderdale, Florida Coordinates: 26 09.870′ N 80 04.225′ W Type of Dive: South Florida Boat / Line Down Dive Depth: 115ft Wheelhouse, 141ft Sand Last Updated: 11/7/2015 The Jim Atria Wreck is formally known as the 240-foot Dutch freighter Poinciana, was built in 1961. She was purchased by the Broward County Artificial Reef Program in […]

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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 […]

Lauderdale By The Sea Tides Chart | High Tide Low Tide Chart

Posted by: on July 6th, 2013

Many consider Lauderdale-by-the-Sea one of the best beach dives in Florida.  A block south of the Anglin’s Pier is Datura Ave. is where most South Florida scuba divers start their Lauderdale By The Sea dive. Located in Broward County, this is a dive you don’t want to miss! The Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, Anglin Fishing Pier station (shown here) […]

Blue Heron Bridge Tides Chart | High Tide | Riviera Beach

Posted by: on July 1st, 2013

Timing the Blue Heron Bridge tides is crucial when scuba diving this amazing high tide South Florida beach dive in Riviera Beach. You need to know when high tide is. This is the best time for your dive. Located in Phil Foster Park, this is a dive you don’t want to miss! It’s recommended you […]

Weather Mobile Apps

South Florida Mobile Weather Apps

Posted by: on June 17th, 2013

Here are three South Florida mobile weather apps to make planning a dive easier! If you forget to check the weather before heading to your favorite South Florida beach, these Android and iPhone weather apps will keep you up-to-date with the South Florida weather.   Weather Underground has built a reputation for providing the most […]

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 […]

REVIEW | The History of Scuba Diving Museum | Islamorada

Posted by: on November 29th, 2012

Florida is known for having some of the best dive sites in America. The Florida Keys are certainly no exception, which makes Islamorada the perfect place for the History of Diving Museum– the only museum of its kind. On display, visitors can see vintage U.S. Navy equipment, over 75 dive helmets from around the world […]