Join us for the Annual Southeast Florida Reef Cleanup!

For over a decade, we have teamed up with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to host a Reef Cleanup for our most beloved dive sites.

Hop aboard this year and help keep our oceans and reefs clean.

As divers, we believe in the saying “take only memories, leave only bubbles”.  Well, if you find harmful marine debris underwater, we think you should take that too!  Removing trash from the reef is a great way to give back to the underwater world.  

Be part of the Annual Southeast Florida Reef Cleanup.  Preserve and protect the underwater world.  Meet other ocean enthusiasts who share a love for taking action to maintain our environment.


Something as small as a fishing line can be quite harmful to the reef.  Be a force for change by helping us remove debris like fishing lines, plastic bags, soda cans, and more from the reef.

Hop aboard a 2-tank dive charter.  Cleanup supplies, including mesh bags and Sea Snips, will be provided. Make sure to bring gloves and a cutting tool.  These items can keep you safe while removing debris.

Surface-side, learn how to sort and record marine debris data with a representative from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP).

The FDEP has been coordinating cleanups for years.  Read more about their Coral Reef Conservation program here.  Join us to be part of the reef cleanup effort this year!


Sign up for a 2-tank dive charter on Sunday, July 21.  Charter departs at 8 AM.  Check-in 45 minutes to an hour before departure to set up your gear and meet fellow divers.

Weights are included with the charter.  Rent equipment and tanks from the shop if you need to.  Call us at 561-840-8750 or save your spot online.


Do you want to make a difference each time you go underwater, but don’t know where to begin?  Start your journey to leave a positive impact on the ocean. Become a Dive Against Debris diver! 

Learn how to weigh, sort, record, dispose of, and report marine debris to Project AWARE.  Sign up to earn your Dive Against Debris Specialty certification during the Reef Cleanup.  Find out more about the specialty here.

Earning your Dive Against Debris specialty brings you one step closer to becoming a Master Scuba Diver.  Learn more about what it takes to be a Master Scuba Diver.

Up for a challenge before summer ends?  Take our Master Scuba Diver Challenge, learn to dive like a local, and become a Palm Beach Diver.

We can’t wait to see you at the Annual Southeast Florida Reef Cleanup!  Giving back to the ocean by keeping it clean is something we love to do.  Call Pura Vida Divers at (561) 840-8750 to request a spot on the reef cleanup dive, or book online: