Explore and discover the excitement of wreck diving. The fascinating and many wrecks are part of one of the most extensive, well-maintained artificial reef systems in Florida. Reef building first began in the 1960s to improve the marine environment. The reefs consist of bridge rubble, concrete culverts, specially constructed fish havens, shipwrecks and war ships. The East Coast Wrecks are popular dive sites for those looking for somewhere different to dive. From the remains of a Spanish Galleon to the newly sunk artificial reefs make incredible diving. The natural formations off the east coast are the ancient shoreline of Florida. Currents have created deep undercuts where fish hide in huge schools. Wrecks vary in depths from 50-80 ft. Call The Dive Place on 407-517-4737 to join us on this fun and fascinating dive adventure!
To dive many of the Atlantic Coast wrecks, Advanced Open Water Certification is required. Nitrox certification is highly recommended. The Dive Place can help you obtain any required certifications prior to embarking on one of these Dive Adventures. To join us and explore these wrecks, or if you have any questions about diving with us on this fantastic adventure, please call The Dive Place on 407-517-4737. Let us show you The Dive Place difference!
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