Our local boats take you from Choctawhatchee Bay, through the Destin Pass and into the Gulf of Mexico just south of the Destin/Okaloosa Island/Fort Walton Beach area.
Destin/Okaloosa Island/Fort Walton Beach offers a boundless variety of dive sites certain to meet your needs. Our most popular FL scuba diving begins just three miles from the Destin Pass. This area is well known for its fantastic natural reef system, with limestone rock ledges covered in soft corals, sponges and a wealth of game and tropical fish. The rock reefs provide homes to the shovelnose and the popular spiny lobster. Scattered throughout this area, the reefs range from two to 10 feet in height, with depths of 50 to 115 feet. Observant scuba divers discover several species of shells, and photographers delight in magnificent colors and abundant photo opportunities.
Area waters also offer outstanding wreck diving. This area is home to the tugboat wrecks, the Janet and the Miss Louise. Other known wrecks in the area are the Thomas Hayward Liberty ship and the Joseph E. Brown Liberty ship. Numerous barge wrecks include the Tanker barge, Brown barge, Air Force barge and the Phoenix barge. Spear fishing - very popular on the wreck dives-yields grouper, cobia, snapper, flounder and amberjack.