Come dive in Miami!
Join us every morning for a couple of dives. First dive is on a wreck 60-70 feet (18-21 meters) deep, and the second dive is a dive on a reef 30 feet (10 meters). Staff favorites wrecks include Army Tanks, C-One, Radio Towers; and favorite reefs include Rockpile and The Trench.
• Open Water Divers and above
• 4 hours approximately
Certified divers need:
• Dive computers recommended
Rental gear available
• Rinse cooler for camera equipment
• Fresh water shower
• Dive ladder
• Head (marine toilet)
• Boat is equipped with safety equipment such as oxygen, first aid, life vests, fire extinguishers, VHF radio, and EPIRB.
• All captains are licensed by United States Coast Guard
What to bring
• Bathing suit
• Environmentally friendly sunscreen
• Personal items
Please use a waterproof, environmentally friendly sunscreen and apply it prior to arriving to increase its effectiveness and to reduce the amount of unabsorbed sunscreen ending up in the ocean. Reapply as needed throughout the day.
Certified divers will be required to provide proof of scuba certification in order to dive. If you have misplaced your card, please contact us as soon as possible to give us time to try and verify your certification for you.
While South Florida usually has calmer seas than most places in the world, we recommend considering sea sickness medication and consulting with your physician as needed.
• Tip your instructors and guides personally, as they do not share in anything given to the boat crew. If you feel your instructor did an excellent job, it is suggested that you tip 18-25% of your course/trip fee.
• Tip the boat crew at least $10 per tank. Generally there will be a tip jar on the boat. The crew splits the tips at the end of the day.
Remember that tips are never expected but always appreciated. No cash? No problem! Most Instructors/Dive Masters have CashApp, Venmo or Zelle accounts.