Turtle Reef at Grayton Beach, Florida
Turtle Reef is a fun shore dive off Grayton Beach. It was developed by the South Walton Artificial Reef Association (SWARA). They are a grass-root, non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the construction, deployment, and monitoring of permitted artificial reefs in Walton County's Gulf of Mexico coastal waters for the benefit and health of environment and community.
The reef is located at Grayton Beach State Park
Florida Shipwreck Preserve
Join us for a dive into history. Click here for an interactive map of the 12 wrecks. We will partner with an Archeologist from the Florida Division of Historical Resources to learn about the wreck's history and what Florida is doing to ensure we can dive these wrecks for years to come.
Lobstering in the Florida Keys
How would you like to join us for a surf and turf BBQ in the Florida Keys? We will be lobster hunting the last week of July. The trip includes tanks, weights, lodging, breakfasts, diving and a steak dinner (you provide the lobster).
Rooms are based on double occupancy. Diving is weather contingent. It's recommend that you purchase Trip Insurance in case weather does not cooperate
Bonne Terre Mine, Missouri
This unique adventure, can be your "Dive to the Center of the Earth". Bonne Terre Mine, a national historic site, is the world's largest fresh water dive resort. Water conditions remain constant with over 100 foot visibility, Sights include: mammoth architecture, guaranteed year round diving conditions. Cal falls, oar carts, scaffolding, grating, staircases, pillars, slurry pipes, the famed elevator shaft, and much more. Bonne Terre Mine is without a doubt one of the most unusual, beautiful, and relaxing full service dive resorts anywhere. Your accommodations located In the rolling foot hills of the Ozark mountains are elegant at the nearby 1909 Depot, or if you prefer a more casual atmosphere, the Divers Lodge, located at the Mine.
Morrison Springs, Caryville, Florida
Morrison Springs is a 160 acre State Park. The springs pushes 48 million gallons of water a day.
Vortex Springs, Ponce de Leon, Florida
Vortex is a 420 acre playground that pushed 28 million gallons of 68 degree crystal clear water. This is an outstanding dive site for training.