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Captain Dan Garnsey

Built in 1937, the Hollyhock was a 175-foot U.S. Coast Guard buoy tender. In February of 1990, the ship was renamed Captain Dan   Click for Details 

Barracuda Reef

Located approximately 1/2 mile directly east of John U. Lloyd state park most easily reached by kayak or boat. You will see over 20   Click for Details 

Dania Beach

Dania Beach - Located at the east end of Dania Beach Blvd. Plenty of parking close to the beach. South of the pier is   Click for Details 

Lauderdale By The Sea

Lauderdale By The Sea - Located at the east end of Commercial Blvd., on either side of the pier. Suitable for both snorklers and   Click for Details 

Pompano Dropoff

Pompano Dropoff is a beautiful reef for diving or snorkling. It's a long swim (about 400 yds. from shore) but it can be reached   Click for Details 

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