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Here are some of the dive locations AND wildlife encounters we have enjoyed in the past
Cay Sal Bank

Cay Sal Bank is in the Bimini District of the Bahamas. Only 30 miles from the northern coast of Cuba, Cay Sal Bank is one of the largest atolls in the world with 96 small islands, islets or rocks. North Elbow Cay has a stone lighthouse built by the British in 1839. The surface of the atoll averages 35′-50′ deep with ledges dropping to over half a mile.


Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg, a former military troop transport and former missile-tracking ship. Gross Tonnage (Volume): 17,120 tons. Length: 522 feet 10 inches • Beam: 71.5 feet • Draft: 24 feet. Height after sinking: 100 feet from keel to the highest point. Stacks, masts and antennas have been trimmed to allow 40 feet of clearance from the surface when the ship is sunk at 140 feet. Much of the superstructure should be 40 to 50 feet below the surface.

Vandenberg information from keywest.com

West Palm Beach

Ideal for drift diving, The warm Gulf Stream flows close to shore with an abundance of reef life.


Crystal River is the only wildlife refuge dedicated to the protection of the West Indian manatee. From November to March it is the sanctuary for manatees to avoid the cold Gulf water in winter.