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ARMY TANKS

The two  M-60 Vietnam War era army tanks were sunk in June 1994. Although the tanks have only been underwater for a few years, they look as if they have been there for a long time. They have an incredible amount of growth, including spiny oysters, sponges and a variety of hard and soft corals. The area…

BARRACUDA REEF

Barracuda reef is a fairly shallow reef that runs about a mile south of the Port Everglades Inlet. The reef has plenty of large marine life such as rays, sea turtles, some nurse sharks that travel the reef for a feeding/cleaning. This site offers a fantastic dive experience is an excellent choice for lobstering. It…

BELCHER BARGE

This 195 ft. steel barge was sunk near Key Biscayne in November 1985 when four explosions opened its corners. The barge turned over on its way to the bottom. Experienced divers can swim inside the entire length, passing through the holes that were cut in the bulkheads; a flash light and safety reel is recommended….

BELZONA BARGE

The Belzona Barge was sunk in 1991 in 72 feet of water and relocated by hurricane Andrew in 1992 to 40 feet of water. Like many barges, she sunk upside down. Penetration is not advisable but there is a great deal of surface area to explore. The vessel has rapidly deteriorated over the past 22…

BENWOOD

The Benwood was built in England in 1910 and sunk in 1942 when it collided with another ship. She lies between French Reef and Dixie Shoals on a bottom of low profile reef and sand in depths ranging from 25 to 45 feet. QUICK FACTS: Type: Wreck Min. Depth: 20ft. / 6m Max. Depth: 45 ft. / 14m…

BISCAYNE

The Biscayne Wreck was one of local fisherman’s best kept secrets from 1974 until 1980. A 120 foot freighter that was once used to transport bananas between Caribbean islands and Central America, later becoming of Miami’s first artificial reefs on a stormy December evening. Confiscated at Watson Island for financial reasons, a group of local…

BLUE HERON BRIDGE

Day in and day out, this Riviera Beach location may well be the best shore dive in Florida. It has two distinct sites, east and west, tons of small critters for the macro person, enough big fish to keep you looking around, and best of all, it’s free, dawn until 10 p.m. This site should…

C-ONE WRECK

The C-One is a 105′ US Navy steel tug boat was placed at its present site in November, 1990. The vessel is intact with limited penetration and sits in approx. 70′ of water. The wreck lists 45 degrees, giving a spooky dive experience. The C-One sits near The Conception and just 60 feet to the…

CAPTAIN DAN

The Captain Dan is a 175′ long Coast Guard Tender. The bow points south and the ship is standing at attention upright at 110′. The top of the wheelhouse is around 80′. The Dan is covered with fish. You never know what you will see here, there has been 2 whale shark sightings here, a…

CASTOR WRECK

M/V Castor Wreck was sunk on December 14, 2001. The M/V Castor has become one of the top South Florida wreck dives. This 258 foot long is lying in 110 feet seawater and it is home to numerous massive goliath groupers, also it is a great wreck to take underwater photos. In 1999, under the name M/V…

CHRIST STATUE

Christ Statue is a 8 1/2 foot, 4,000 pound bronze sculpture of Jesus Christ that stands in 25 feet of water off of Key Largo, Florida. It is located near Dry Rocks, about six miles east-northeast of the Key Largo Cut, in the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. This reef is a very shallow dome…

CONCEPTION WRECK

The Conception, a 150′ Honduran steel freighter, was sunk in June, 1991. It sits in 68 feet of water at about 150 feet north of the C-One. This wreck was severely damaged by hurricane Andrew, its cargo area has imploded and the stern broke loose after Hurricane Andrew. The stern is approx. 40 feet north…

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