Dive, Dive, Dive…..

4 Dives 1 Day

Date: Saturday 9, 2013


Advance Dive – 8:00 AM – Bluefire (115′) and St. Anne D’Aury (72) [Nitrox Recommended]

Open Water Dive – 1:00PM – 2 Reef Dives

Dive Charter & Location:


3301 Rickenbacker Causeway
Key Biscayne, Florida 33149
Dive Sites:

Advance Dives:

Blue Fire Wreck (115′)

This 175-foot passenger freight was sunk in 1983 and is filled with sea life.  The Blue Fire was seized during the Cuban exodus by the Coast Guard.  Today, she is located South of Miami and is home to many larger fish such as jacks, snapper, cobia, barracuda, and Jewfish.

Divers should be warned that currents can be strong at this location.  The depth of this area is 110 feet and the vessel sits upright.  Penetration on this wreck is possible.

If underwater photography is your goal, this is a dive that should not be missed

St. Anne D’Aury Wreck (72′)

Open Water Dives:

2 Reefs – Captain’s Choice based on weather. Approximate depth 30 to 40 feet

Boat Description and Amenities

They will provide fresh fruit, sandwiches, water, and juice pouches! There is plenty of space  under each seat to store your dive bags! They have a U.S.Coast Guard approved vessel.

Aquatic Explorer

All divers will be responsible to rent or bring their own equipment including: Mask, Fins, snorkel, BC, Regulator with Pressure and Depth Gauge, Computer or timing device, tanks (with appropriate NITROX mix if applicable), and weights. Most importantly, your SCUBA CERTIFICATION CARD!

Sign Up Links

To pay for your dive please click on the bottoms below, (For Guest Only Please Let me know on the comments section “on the paypal page” which dive are you attending.)

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