The Alpha

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Alpha is an 85-foot schooner that was sunk in 78 feet of water on March 25, 1989. It is located 1-1/2 miles due east of the Pompano Pier on the outside edge of the third reef.

GPS Coordinates N 26 13.857 W 80 04.027 Recently Added Dive Sites The Berry Patch The Alpha Spotfin […]

Spotfin Reef

Spotfin Reef lies 1.25 miles northeast of the Port Everglades Inlet and 1.5 miles SouthEast of Ft. Lauderdale beach, accessible by kayak from the South Ft. Lauderdale Beach kayak launch. A natural reef containing a ledge which begins at 50 feet and drops to a sandy bottom at 65 feet. The ledge has many […]

Rodeo 25

Named for the sinking of the Windward Trader in May 1990 in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Pompano Beach Rodeo. The wreck is a 215-foot twin-masted Dutch Freighter and lies 1.5 miles east of the Pompano Pier in 122 feet of water. Both masts are still standing with the wheelhouse at 90 […]

Robert Edmister Wreck

Located about 3/4 mile east of Ft. Lauderdale and approximately between Sunrise Blvd and Oakland park Blvd. this 95-foot Coast Guard Cutter was sunk on December 11, 1989. She lies in 70 feet of water and her wheelhouse is at the 50 foot mark.

GPS Coordinates N 26° 09.193′ W 080° 04.837′ Recently Added […]

Rebel Wreck

The Wreck of the Rebel lies bow to the north, on a sand and coral debris bottom. This Dutch freighter was built in 1947 and after a long career as a freighter was confiscated for drug smuggling in 1983 or 1984. At a federal auction, she was purchased by an environmentalist attorney who gave […]

Mercedes I

The freighter Mercedes I was built in Hamburg, Germany, in 1952 and is 194 feet long,

On November 23, 1984, while at anchor, a storm ripped the freighter from her anchor and left the Mercedes I high and dry on the beach in Palm Beach.

After three months the ship was dislodged and was […]

Mary St. Phillips

Also known as Mariner II Tug, this 110-foot steel tug was built in 1943 and along with another 130-foot barge, was sunk in 1993 to form an artificial reef and lies in 120 feet of water. It is the site of many colorful tropical fish. It is located 1.5 miles due east of the […]

Mariner II Tug (Also Known as Mary St. Phillips)

Also known as Mary St. Phillips, this 110-foot steel tug was built in 1943 and along with another 130-foot barge, was sunk in 1993 to form an artificial reef and lies in 120 feet of water. It is the site of many colorful tropical fish. It is located 1.5 miles due east of the […]

Lauderdale By The Sea

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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 […]

Johnson’s Mound

Johnson’s Mound is a ledge with a depth of 43ft with a 4 to 8 ft ledge located 1/2 mile east of Hillsboro Beach. A good kayak dive if you can find a place to put in, otherwise find it by boat.

GPS Coordinates N 26°17.661′ W 080° 04.139′ Recently Added Dive Sites The […]