|Dive West Palm Beach|
West Palm Beach
FEB - 18-20
$495.95* per person
When most divers think of scuba diving in Florida they think of the Florida Keys. But there is a place not too far away from the Florida Keys where the scuba diving is amazing. The best scuba diving in Florida is in Palm Beach!
Scuba diving Palm Beach is unlike any other place in the world. This unique marine environment has a very healthy coral reef system, quite different from the Florida Keys, and an incredible abundance of marine life — both large and small. The reefs and wrecks are a kaleidoscope of sponges, soft corals, and hard corals.
Palm Beach is home to five of the seven species of sea turtles found throughout the world. Our incredible goliath grouper spawning aggregations have reached world fame with articles written in magazines like National Geographic. Fish nerds love Palm Beach, too! The abundance of fish life will leave you in awe. We have the world-famous Phil Foster Park (aka. Blue Heron Bridge). This unique dive site, a simple shore dive away, hosts all kinds of rare sea creatures found nowhere else throughout the Atlantic. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Palm Beach diving!
Scuba diving Palm Beach is fun and easy! There’s no need to worry about navigating. All of the scuba diving in Palm Beach is drift diving. With our professional dive guides to lead the way, you can enjoy a relaxing cruise along the miles of coral reefs and wrecks. The dive guides not only share with you their local knowledge of the reefs and wrecks of Palm Beach, but they also carry the dive flag so you can kick back and relax. Do you prefer to avoid the groups and prefer to dive with just your dive buddy instead? Not a problem! Experienced divers are welcome to wander on their own and do their thing without the need to carry a dive flag (safety marker buoys are required).
The reefs and wrecks range in depths from 30 to 130 feet making diving accessible to divers of all levels, with a large variety of choices. With dive sites only one to three miles from shore, you won't have to worry about long boat rides, as most sites are within fifteen to thirty minutes off the dock.
All dives are conducted as drift dives, allowing you to drift effortlessly along miles of reefs without the concern of having to navigate back to the boat.
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