Below highlights our most popular deep reef diving sites ranging in depths from 60-130ft. All deep reef diving sites are considered drift dives.
Known for its dramatic profile, Juno Ledge offers divers a glimpse at schooling gamefish, goliath grouper, moray eels, and soft corals associated with Palm Beach County’s deeper reefs. This ledge starts at 68-feet on top of the reef, and extends 20-feet down to the sand to a depth of 92-feet.
Northwest Double Ledges
Frequently referred to as ‘Shark Dive’, Northwest Double Ledges routinely offers divers an opportunity to drift with reef and nurse sharks as well as the occasional bull, tiger, or hammerhead. With a spectacular set of twin ledges, you will typically encounter gamefish, massive tropicals, turtles, and soft coral in the deep undercuts and extensive crevices on this 87-foot dive. After ‘viewing’ sharks in the amphitheater, you will drift north along the upper ledge amongst the massive erosion.
Often referred to as ‘My Favorite Dive’, Jolly Jacks is a favorite among our divers and staff. With extremely deep undercuts and massive erosion, you will find a diverse abundance of tropicals as well as sea turtles, moray eels, and rays on this 82-foot dive. Beginning gradually, it transcends into a 12-foot ledge until it starts to slope northwest.
North Double Ledges
Offering divers a diverse array of possible big animal encounters and definite tropical fish, you will enjoy drifting along this set of double ledges at a depth of 87-feet in the sand. The lower ledge typically offers the largest abundance of marine life with a well-defined profile as the massive erosion transcends into the sand below.
South Double Ledges
Typically a great site for divers looking for the elusive spiny lobster, you will drift this phenomenal coral reef with massive tropical fish and frequently sighted gamefish. Diving South Double Ledges, you are able to follow either the lower or upper ledge as it curves northeast at depths ranging from 68 to 87-feet.
Located on the offshore side of the north end of Breaker’s Reef, you will find yourself mesmerized as you explore the deep undercuts and crevices on this 72-foot dive. With long fingers extending east, you will likely encounter moray eels, rays, sea turtles, spiny lobster, barracuda, and loads of tropical fish.