Articles Tagged ‘wreck trek’

Know Before You Go: Marathon’s Best Diving

May 26, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
  Florida Keys‘ clear, warm waters attract almost 800,000 scuba and snorkel aficionados annually, and there is no better destination to learn how to get “up close and personal” with the undersea environment. The Keys’ combination of vivid coral reefs teeming with exotic sea creatures...

Take a Wreck Trek Dive Challenge

Take a Wreck Trek Dive Challenge April 26, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
For divers visiting the Florida Keys, the Wreck Trek Dive Passport Program spotlights the Florida Keys Shipwreck Trail, and continues through Jan. 1, 2012. Certified divers can explore the destination’s most appealing feature — a string of sunken vessels and artificial reefs — and be awarded...

“Become a Wreck Trekker” Dive Challenge Continues

“Become a Wreck Trekker” Dive Challenge Continues August 2, 2010 | Events, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Call us “tank heads” or bubble blowers, but for a full-metal tour of the Shipwreck Trail in the Keys, nothing’s better. Now, divers can get great STUFF just for diving wrecks. Cool. A “Wreck Trek Passport Program,”spotlighting the Florida Keys Shipwreck Trail, now awaits divers...

Vandenberg Artificial Reef Celebrates First Birthday

Vandenberg Artificial Reef Celebrates First Birthday May 29, 2010 | Events, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Vandenberg: A Year Later, Still One Helluva Dive Only one minute, 45 seconds elapsed before the USNS Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg reached the ocean bottom on May 27, 2009, yet within one year it has bloomed into a timeless circle of life. Thousands of visiting wreck enthusiasts from a variety of experience...

Underseas Classroom: Learn to Dive in the Florida Keys

Underseas Classroom: Learn to Dive in the Florida Keys April 20, 2010 | What's New | Read More
The ocean is a world of color and quiet, exploration and discovery. One of nature’s greatest wonders is a living coral reef, and the only one in the continental United States parallels the 126-mile length of the Florida Keys. What better place to learn to scuba dive? Here are some basic facts you should...