Broward Beach Dives

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  • Copenhagen Wreck gal_03_18 In 1900 the Copenhagen sank during a voyage between Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Havana, Cuba. In 1994, this popular site became a protected underwater preserve. Today, the hull has collapsed but the overgrown structure continues to offer much to see. Much of the ship’s structure has become part of the reef. The wreck lies with her bow ...
  • Pompano Dropoff Buoys 5 to 16 gal_04_28 Pompano Dropoff is a beautiful reef for diving or snorkling. It is very large so we have broken it up into several posts to show the photos for each section. It’s a long swim (about 400 yds. from shore) but it can be reached from the beach. Kayaks are more suitable. The depth ranges from ...
  • Pompano Dropoff – North End gal_05_01 Pompano Dropoff is a beautiful reef for diving or snorkling. It is very large so we have broken it up into several posts to show the photos for each section. It’s a long swim (about 400 yds. from shore) but it can be reached from the beach. Kayaks are more suitable. The depth ranges from ...
  • Pompano Dropoff – Buoys 25 to 31 gal_06_02 Pompano Dropoff is a beautiful reef for diving or snorkling. It is very large so we have broken it up into several posts to show the photos for each section. It’s a long swim (about 400 yds. from shore) but it can be reached from the beach. Kayaks are more suitable. The depth ranges from ...
  • Oakland Ridge Moorings gal_08_10 Northeast of Ft. Lauderdale Beach and South of Oakland Park Blvd. lay the Oakland Ridge moorings. A series of 15 moorings mark a ledge located 18 to 28 feet deep. Several caves and crevices provide homes to many types of fish. This is a great ledge dive reachable from the Vista Park kayak launch site, ...
  • Pompano Dropoff – Buoys 16 to 31 gal_09_20 Pompano Dropoff is a beautiful reef for diving or snorkling. It is very large so we have broken it up into several posts to show the photos for each section. It’s a long swim (about 400 yds. from shore) but it can be reached from the beach. Kayaks are more suitable. The depth ranges from ...
  • Dania Beach 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 a reef system with a beautiful reef an easy swim from shore. No kayak launching here but you can put your kayaks in just north at John U. Lloyd State Park ...
  • Hammerhead Reef Hammerhead Reef Beginning a half-mile south of Port Everglades, Hammerhead Reef stretches out in front of John U. Lloyd State Park and ends at the Dania Pier. Lying in 60 feet of water and dropping off to 80 feet it contains many undercuts and ledges which provide a home for an abundance of tropical marine ...
  • Lauderdale By The Sea commercial Lauderdale By The Sea – Located at the east end of Commercial Blvd., on either side of the pier. Suitable for both snorklers and scuba divers. Swim out to the end of the pier (about 100 yds) to the first reef. Remember to keep your distance from the pier. In years past there was a ...

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