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Dive with us off the coast of Destin and see some of the best dive sites in northern Florida

 

 

Select any 2 dive sites and the price of the charter is the cost of the most expensive destination.

$80 Charters

Destin Jetties

Max Depth: 50 Ft

Average Viz: 41-50ft/12-15m

Description:

Sandy Bottom with lots of sea life to see.  Statues approximately 3′ tall have been submerged as attractions.

Description:

The Destin Bay Bridge was sunk in the mid-1970s in depths ranging from 60-70 feet. Because the rubble has been underwater for so long, it has developed into a large fish haven.

Destin Bridge Rubble

Max Depth: 70 Ft

Average Depth: 60 Ft

$100 Charters

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Target Reef

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Reef Complex

Max Depth: 68 Ft

Average Depth: 60 Ft

Description:

Total of 89 concrete pyramids. Fish haven sites are 8’ high with a base of 10’. Urchin sites are 10’ high concrete pyramids.

Description:

Total of 35 concrete pyramids with a height of 8’ and a 10’ base. Flea reef complex is in a depth of 64 feet

Flea Reef Complex

Max Depth: 68 Ft

Average Depth: 60 Ft

Miss Louise

Max Depth: 60 Ft

Average Depth: 50 Ft

Description:

The Miss Louise is a 95-foot tugboat that was sunk in 1997 as part of the Artificial Reef Program. She lies sin 55-60 feet of water with a 15-foot profile.

Description:

A 200 foot large barge sunk on 31 December 1977 which sits in 80 feet of water. This barge is the largest of the sunken barges in the Fort Walton Beach/Destin area. The wreck is currently in multiple pieces due to hurricanes slowly taking their toll on the wreck, but offers many opportunities to see marine life and large fish.

Ft. Walton Barge

Max Depth: 74 Ft

Average Depth: 60 Ft

Barrel Barge

Max Depth: 74 Ft

Average Depth: 65 Ft

Description:

Steel barge with 22 steel storage tanks around it in a depth of 70’.

White Hill Reef

Max Depth: 85 Ft

Average Depth: 85 Ft

Description:

White Hill Reef is a single limestone ledge approximately 5 feet tall running east and west and facing south. This reef is home to many fish and numerous sea critters. It is not uncommon to see frog fish, brittle stars, anemones, toad fish, scorpion fish, octopus, spotted eels, along with an abundance of tropical fish

Description:

The wreck of the Thomas Hayward now rests in a max depth of 80 feet of water rising 20 feet off the bottom. This site has become one of the most popular wreck dives in the Destin area. The ship lays east to west and is around 400 feet long.

Thomas Hayward Liberty Ship

Max Depth: 80 Ft

Average Depth: 70 Ft

Elgin LCM

Max Depth: 95 Ft

Average Depth: 85 Ft

Description:

74’ landing craft with a depth of 95’ (aka LCM 8)

Description:

A 200 foot large barge sunk on 31 December 1977 which sits in 80 feet of water. This barge is the largest of the sunken barges in the Fort Walton Beach/Destin area. The wreck is currently in multiple pieces due to hurricanes slowly taking their toll on the wreck, but offers many opportunities to see marine life and large fish.

Janet Tug

Max Depth: 95 Ft

Average Depth: 85 Ft

$120 Charters

Description:

A 200 foot large barge sunk on 31 December 1977 which sits in 80 feet of water. This barge is the largest of the sunken barges in the Fort Walton Beach/Destin area. The wreck is currently in multiple pieces due to hurricanes slowly taking their toll on the wreck, but offers many opportunities to see marine life and large fish.

Starfish Reef Complex

Max Depth: 115 Ft

Average Depth: 104 Ft

Deborah

Max Depth: 132 Ft

Average Depth: 125 Ft

Description:

65’ tug boat with a depth of 135’ (aka Destin Vaughn Reef)

Description:

A 200 foot large barge sunk on 31 December 1977 which sits in 80 feet of water. This barge is the largest of the sunken barges in the Fort Walton Beach/Destin area. The wreck is currently in multiple pieces due to hurricanes slowly taking their toll on the wreck, but offers many opportunities to see marine life and large fish.

Angelina

Max Depth: 135 Ft

Average Depth: 125 Ft

Odyssey

Max Depth: 110 Ft

Average Depth: 100 Ft

Description:

75’ steel paddle boat with a depth of 111’ (aka Sea Barb)

Description:

85’ steel tug boat with a depth of 112’ (aka Bob Reay Reef)

Belize Queen

Max Depth: 112 Ft

Average Depth: 100 Ft

3 Mohawk Chief / Sand Dollar Artificial Reef

Max Depth: 124 Ft

Average Depth: 100 Ft

Description:

Artificial Reef Complex is a set of six patch reefs arranged 800 feet apart in a hexagonal shape. At the center is the tugboat, Mohawk Chief, which is a 93’ tugboat.

Description:

A 200 foot large barge sunk on 31 December 1977 which sits in 80 feet of water. This barge is the largest of the sunken barges in the Fort Walton Beach/Destin area. The wreck is currently in multiple pieces due to hurricanes slowly taking their toll on the wreck, but offers many opportunities to see marine life and large fish.

Zues Tug

Max Depth: 106 Ft

Average Depth: 96  Ft

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