Blue Heron Bridge (West Palm Beach)


Blue Heron Bridge has to be the best shore dive in Florida and the USA. With masses of marine life including Moray eels, Turtles, Seahorses, Frogfish, yellow sting rays, eagle rays, flying gurnards, batfish, angelfish and many more. This is a great dive for all levels of diver that likes marine life. For photographers you have lots of natural light and great macro and super macro life. The dive at Blue Heron Bridge is best done about 1hr before high tide and onto the Slack high water. Night Dives at the Bridge bring on a whole new dimension and a completely different set of marine life. Join us for a Night Dive Specialty down there where we can look for the Star Gazers and Octopus hunting as well as all the Lobster out in the open.


Minimum Training Level: Open Water Diver
*Max depth 30ft

Sarasota County-Venice Beach Shark's Tooths Dive


Beach Diving: Caspersen Beach and Venice Municipal Beach are the best locations for finding shark’s teeth in the southwest Florida coastal area. This area is maintained as a natural preserve for nesting sea turtles so the beaches are pristine. The sand is very fine and snowy white. Caspersen beach is the longest beach in Sarasota County. There are many fossils, shells, and shark’s teeth on the beach and ocean floor. Tropical storms and tide currents continually turn over the bottom of the ocean revealing an abundance of natural treasures. Boat Charter Services: Boat Diving is also available. The dive takes place a half mile off shore in 20-30 feet of water. Divers have been known to even find Megalodon teeth. These giant shark’s teeth are impressive in size and of great historic interest as they are around 2 and a half million years old. When searching for these items look for dark clay patches on the ocean floor. This dive is great for all levels of experience. 
Recommended equipment: fine mesh bag for fossils and shells, compass for navigation, dive flag for safety. 
Parking: Parking is metered. You will need coins.
Visibility: The gulf presents an ever-changing environment so visibility in the Gulf can be challenging. When planning a gulf dive, it is advised to check with local dive shops or www.noaa.gov to assess conditions. Morning dives are generally the best. 
Recommended PADI Specialties: Boat diving, Navigation diving.

Ft Lauderdale Beach Diving


With over 23 miles of reef tract there is a lot of great diving off of the pristine beaches of Fort LauderdalePhotographer and Ray in Fort Lauderdale
in South Florida, and with a guide who knows the area like the back of his hand you know you're in good hands. This trip will introduce you to the spectacularly easy diving that lies as close as 150 yards of the beach, no boat ride needed! 

Hundreds of species of coral and fish flourish in the warm waters of the gulf stream with the possibility to see everything from colorful reef fish like the unique looking trunk fish or the regal angelfish to nurse sharks, moray eels, spotted eagle rays and the ever present chance to spend some time watching a sea turtle drift lazily among the coral.

Anglefish in Fort Lauderdale
This trip is great for photographers and videographers thanks to abundant natural light and marine life as well as new divers looking to get some great experience with uncomplicated, easy dives or anyone looking for a relaxed atmosphere to go diving.





Minimum Certification: PADI Open Water (or equivalent)
Maximum Depth: 30 ft.

West Palm Beach Charter


The drift diving in West Palm Beach on the east coast of The Danny SternFlorida is some of the best in the world with sites like the wreck of the Danny or The Corridor which is comprised of a series of four wrecks, the Ana Cecilia, the Mizpah, PC1170, and the Amaryllis all inline with the current and frequently inhabited by Goliath Grouper and reef fish and spectacular reefs teeming with wildlife!

This trip also includes a night dive at the Blue Heron Bridge, a favorite among photographers and videographers thanks to it's amazing variety of creatures like octopus, seahorses, eels and even the elusive batfish! Whether you've dove the Blue Heron Bridge in daylight or not this spectacular dive is a must!


Batfish at the Blue Heron BridgeIf you're not an Advanced Open Water diver yet don't worry, you can sign up for the course that accompanies this trip, just check our calendar for the PADI Advanced Open Water Course on the same dates as this trip!

Minimum Certification: PADI Advanced Open Water (or equivalent)
Maximum Depth: 100 ft.

Ft Lauderdale Dive Charters


Between the incredible wrecks like Tenneco Towers, an old oil tower Moray Eel in Fort Lauderdalethat has been turned in to an artificial reef teeming with life, and the spectacular reefs of Fort Lauderdale that are home to some amazing creatures including Eels, Rays, Sea Turtles and the occasional Shark this is one of Florida's top diving destinations!

Fort Lauderdale at NightThis trip is perfect for those looking for advanced dives in the sparkling waters of South Florida with the chance to see lots of marine life like Goliath Grouper! It even includes a night dive where you can see the wonders of the underwater world blossom after dark with all new creatures that only come out at night. Even the coral changes when the sun goes down!

If you're not an Advanced Open Water diver yet don't worry, you can sign up for the course that accompanies this trip, just check our calendar for the PADI Advanced Open Water Course on the same dates as this trip!


Minimum Certification: PADI Advanced Open Water (or equivalent)
Maximum Depth: 130 ft.

Key Largo



With dive sites like the legendary Spiegel Grove, a massive USS Spegiel GroveU.S. Navy Landing Ship Dock home to a spectacular array of coral and marine life, and Molasses Reef, the largest reef in Florida with the best variety of fish, eels, turtles and rays that call it home, the diving in Key Largo is hard to beat. Add to that the clear, warm waters that make the Florida Keys famous and you're in for a great trip!

This trip is a great opportunity to practice your photography due to the amazing amount of color on the reefs of Key Largo as well as a chance to explore the history behind the ships that have sunk naturally or as artificial reefs scattered about the island. 

If you're not an Advanced Open Water diver yet don't worry, you can sign up for the course that accompanies this trip, just check our calendar for the PADI Advanced Open Water Course on the same dates as this trip!

Minimum Certification: PADI Advanced Open Water (or equivalent)
Maximum Depth: 130 ft.
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