Blue Heron Bridge Dive / Cleanup
April 26 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
World-renowned Blue Heron Bridge right off of Phil Foster Park in West Palm Beach, Florida, was chosen one of the best dive sites in the world by PADI magazine in 2013. Known for its wildlife and easy diving conditions, this shore dive is famous for photographers. Sunday, April 26 has an ideal high tide for 11:10 a.m., perfect for this shore dive! We will also pair this trip as a sponsored cleanup dive. We will have bags and gloves available. As a very popular, clear and shallow dive site, this dive site holds debris year-round. Let’s help gather the debris before it heads to the ocean!
Cost: $50. The cost includes a tank, flag float and divemaster-led tour.
Paired Courses: Fish ID Course, Underwater Naturalist, and Dive Against Debris Courses Available at a discount. Have you ever wanted to learn about the wildlife in your area? Be familiar with the names, species and habits of these creatures? What about making an impact on the environment? These courses are paired to provide an inside world into Blue Heron Bridge marine life and how we can save them!
Marine Life: On this shore dive, you will see a variety of small to medium-sized fish and marine life including: octopus, frog fish, eels, stargazers, rays, sea horses and many more.
Depth: The depth is relatively shallow with a max of 20 feet. Divers can expect a 45-minute to 2-hour dive time!
Dive Plan: Due to the proximity to the inlet, current can affect conditions, we will plan our dive around High Slack Tide or Low Slack Tide to ensure a safe, easy and comfortable dive plan.
Gear: Trip includes Divemaster, air tank or air refill and dive flag/float. Adventure Outfitters offers gear rental packages for any trip! Schedule your gear needs with us to ensure fit and comfort.
For more questions, please contact Adventure Outfitters at 813-832-6669 or at email@example.com. We look forward to diving with you!
About Phil Foster Park: Phil Foster Park is a protected 800-foot artificial reef located off of Singer Island and west of Ocean Mall. The dive site is separated into two different sections, a large bridge on the southwestern side of Phil Foster Park and a smaller bridge on the southeastern side.