There are over 200 ship wrecks in the area providing homes to some of the largest goliath groupers, beautiful corals, and fish. Many are natural wrecks and some have been put down as artificial reefs to help give the fish a home when many of the coral reefs are getting damaged. You can book a trip to dive them daily.
The reefs of South Florida are superb! They are healthy and thriving in most areas. In the Greater Fort Lauderdale area in particular, our reef system is very unique. Most of our ledges run North / South, meaning that there is a nice ledge facing either East or West. This makes navigation very easy. To make it even better, on most days if there is a current, those also typically run North /South. Almost all reefs can accommodate all levels of divers from beginners to advanced. If you are a photographer, spear fisher, underwater naturalist, lobster hunter, there is a reef for you. Let us know what you want to do and we will see if we can make it happen!
What to Expect With ScubaTyme
Exceptional Professional Care
- Complimentary Snacks & Refreshments
- Flexible Scheduling
We used Scubatyme for our Open Water certification dive. Sean and Capt. Jim were awesome! Sean helped us make sure our gear was secure before we dove, and he and... read more
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January 5, 2019
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