Cold? Come on down, the water is great! Between the reefs, wrecks, caverns, and springs, Florida’s diverse diving offers something for everyone, making it a great option for a quick getaway this winter. Here’s a few of our favorite spots.Ginnie Springs – High Springs, FL
“The world’s favorite freshwater dive.” 72 degree water year round, near unlimited visibility, and some of the most beautiful caverns in the country, what’s not to love? On site tank fills, gear rental, and campsites make Ginnie Springs a great weekend escape from the cold this winter. Don’t forget to sign up for your TDI Cavern Diver Course and really take advantage of what the system has to offer.
Blue Heron Bridge – West Palm Beach, FL
Connecting Singer Island and Riviera Beach is one of Florida’s best kept secret dive spots. While many people drive over the
Molasses Reef – Key Largo, FL
Located on Dixie Shoal, just six miles off Key Largo, this 510 foot Landing Ship Dock was decommissioned in 1989 and eventually sunk for artificial reef in 2002. She has since grown to be one of Florida’s favorite dive sites. Originally, The Spiegel Grove landed on the bottom on her starboard side; however, in July of 2005, Hurricane Dennis actually turned her right-side-up. She now rests at a maximum depth of 134 feet, with her shallowest point at roughly 60 feet. Want to take a peek inside the wreck? No problem, just sign up for your SDI Wreck Diver Specialty and learn how to execute limited penetration dives safely.
Dry Tortugas – Key West, FL
With diverse world class diving and warm sunny skies, what are you waiting for? Whether it’s a quick get away from the cold or to advance your dive training, come play with us in America’s underwater paradise!
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