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Scuba diving in Deerfield Beach

Deerfield Beach offers some of the best diving areas in North America. Fish and other underwater creatures are fascinating and great for underwater photography. A wide variety of reefs and wreck sites are waiting for you to explore and to add new experiences to your diving experience. Most of Deerfield Beach dive sites are near the shore; which ensures a quick access to wrecks and reefs in the area.

Always dive according to your level of training.
Never enter the water without checking with Deerfield Beach dive centers for safety, additional information, level required for each dive site and without being accompanied by a professional.
All the information provided is purely informative for our readers and shouldn't be used as is to plan your immersion.

Average annual temperature: Between 24°C and 30°C. (76° F and 87° F)
Average Water surface temperature: From 22°C to 27°C (72 °F to 81 °F)
Visibility often averaging: Visibility is between 30 to 40 feet (9 to 12 meters)
Coldest time: February
Warmest time: July
Possible to dive all year round.

Deerfield Beach dive sites are among the most attractive in Florida. Its wrecks and reefs rank among the best in the USA. Deerfield Beach's warm and calm water is great for underwater photography. The amazing visibility allows you to enjoy the colorful reefs and the variety of aqua life. Deerfield Beach diversity of dive sites suits all levels of expertise. Shallow, deep and drift diving are represented in Deerfield Beach.

Some of Deerfield Beach Dive sites.

Sea Emperor is at a depth of 45 - 70 feet (14-21 meters). It is a beautiful artificial wreck site which is best for intermediate divers. The wreck was sunk to become home to many kinds of sea life. A wide variety of underwater life inhabit the area like moray eel, jewfish and stingray as well as nurse sharks, groupers and snook.

Angel's Reef is located south of Deerfield Beach. It is an excellent home to morays and lobsters. The reef is about 40 to 45 feet (12 to 14 meters) deep. Two angels statues were sunk in the area and it make a great spot for scuba diving.

Hillsboro ledge is a great shallow dive site. It is at a depth of 34 to 40 feet (1 -12 meters). The reef is near the shore and easy to access.

Lafonte Reef is about 35- 45 feet (11 - 14 meters) deep. The site is a great start for beginners, since it is not far from the shore and easy to be found. The reef's holes are a great home to sea creatures lobsters, snappers and groupers which live here among many other kinds of fish.

Lighthouse Ledge is not far from Hillsboro inlet. It is about 45 to 55 feet (14 to 17 meters) deep. A variety of aqua life can be spotted in the area like lobsters and hogfish.

Boca Airplane Wreck is in about 82 feet (25 meters) under the water. The airplane crashed in 1978 and became part of this beautiful reef. It is a small wreck sitting upside down with the wings touching the sand, but is definitely worth seeing. The wreck is home to schools of spadefish and lobsters.

Noula Express is a beautiful artificial reef. It lies in 71 feet (22 meters) of water. The wreck is 1 mile (1.60 km) away from shore and home to abundant sea life..

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