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I like Parrot Island Scuba, especially if price is a factor. I think he's still only $45.
If you want to have the best possible experience, try Avid Diver Charters or the Miss Conduct (both six-pack boats) .
You can google "golden venture chinese" and find a ton of hits. While to many she's just another little wreck in Broward County, this one is actually a bit more.
Then you can move over to the Ancient Mariner, which was the former USCGC Nemesis and then turned into a restaurant on the Fort Lauderdale's New River and home to an outbreak hepatistis while also sinking at the dock a couple of times.
I dove with SouthFlorida for a week last year and enjoyed them very much, especially if you get on their little boat Safari Diver. They don't use DM's (or at least didn't we I dove). You get a dive flag and they come to you when you surface. They also have pontoon cattle boats, so be aware.
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United Carrib is nice ... well ... at least before it got shifted from last year's hurricanes.
I haven't been on it recently.
On a good dive with little current you -might- be able to get in both the UC and Sea Emperor as they are connected by a line of rocks, and ye might be visited by the big green moray that often travels those rocks.
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