Snorkeling/Diving in Fort Lauderdale

Things To Do

Enjoy South Florida’s pure tropical sunshine, remarkable blue skies and warm Caribbean waters are what we’re known for the world over! We’re proud of that natural heritage, but there’s so much more to North Beach Village and Greater Fort Lauderdale for adventurers to marvel at and do! Here’s a quick guide to bookmark with some useful tips, insights and links for an optimal vacation:

Snorkeling/Diving in Fort Lauderdale


World Famous Beaches, Reefs & Spectacular Shipwrecks

Fort Lauderdale has been blessed with warm, comfortable waters even in mid-winter. Exotic corals, phenomenal fish, and worldwide spectators are attracted to our preserved ocean kingdom because of the life-abundant warm waters that the Gulf Stream provides. Offering absolutely ideal tropical conditions for sustaining and encouraging marine life.

Three, old reefs run parallel to the beach, offering everything a snorkeler, SCUBA diver, or glass-bottom boater expects of a natural sanctuary.

Water clarity and visibility is usually crystal clear, but depends upon the weather and seas. South Florida’s typically very sunny year-round and the seas are often calm. Many coral-encrusted shipwrecks teem with a myriad of aquatic life and are also available for undersea exploring (see below for a short list of wrecks).

Our staff of Village Hosts will assist you in every way possible, whether you’re preparing for a day at the beach or returning from an undersea shipwreck night-dive!

Explore Area Shipwrecks –

1. The Capt. Dan
2. The Copenhagen
3. Donald G McAllister
4. The Guy Harvey
5. Hog Heaven
6. Jay Scutti
7. M/V Tracy/ Ken Vitale Memorial
8. The Pride & The Moonshot
9. The Mercedes
10. The Rebel
11. The Rodeo 25
12. Tenneco Towers
13. Robert Edmister
14. Wendy Rossheim (Our House III)
15. Jim Atria
16. Ebenezer
17. Dantor
18. Mercy Jesus
19. Peter McAllister
20. Captain Ramone