Celebrate Earth Day 2022 by joining our Great American Beach & Reef Cleanup!
Dive offshore on Saturday, April 23 to remove marine debris from local reefs or walk the beach at Phil Foster Park to clean the shoreline of Blue Heron Bridge.
As divers and ocean enthusiasts, there is no better way to give back to our seas than by keeping them clean. This year, there are many different ways to help.
If you are a scuba diver, join a dive charter the Saturday after Earth Day. Head to the reefs offshore and dive in. Remove trash you find underwater. Help us keep our favorite dive sites vibrant, healthy, and free of debris.
Not scuba certified? Not a problem! Walk along the beach at Blue Heron Bridge to remove debris from the shoreline at Phil Foster Park. This iconic site is visited frequently by divers, snorkelers, and beach-goers. Keep it clean and beautiful for locals and tourists alike.
GREAT AMERICAN CLEANUP INFO
The Beach & Reef Cleanup takes place on Saturday, April 23rd. Spend your day giving back to our beloved ocean environment. Help us keep our favorite dive sites and beaches clean.
Sign up for one of our dive charters on Saturday, April 23rd to participate in the Reef Cleanup.
Charters leave at 8 AM and 1:30 PM. Make sure you arrive 30-45 minutes ahead of departure time. Bring seasnips or another underwater cutting device, and wear neoprene gloves.
PHIL FOSTER PARK & BLUE HERON BRIDGE
Tally items as you go by using Ocean Conservancy’s Clean Swell App. PVD pros will be on hand during each cleanup to help volunteers sort and report marine debris.
Pura Vida Divers is taking part in the 2022 Great American Cleanup, coordinated locally by Keep America Beautiful. Read more about the Great American Cleanup all over Florida and the different ways you can get involved here!
Celebrate Earth Day by joining us for the Great American Beach & Reef Cleanup. Help us keep our local beaches and reefs free of debris. Call Pura Vida Divers at (561) 840-8750 to sign up, or book online: