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1. Wreck of the Eagle - Islamorada
2. The Crack - Sanibel
3. Wreck of the Hydro Atlantic - Boca Raton
4. Wreck of the Sheridan - Clearwater
5. Fin Barge - Bradenton
6. Tenneco Towers - Ft. Lauderdale
7. Venice Beach - Venice
8. ARC Radio Tower - Sanibel
9. Wreck of the Duane at night - Key Largo
10. Marvel's Side Yard - Lauderdale By The Sea
The Devil's in the details.
Disclaimer: All discussion of value, by me or anyone else, is opinion.
I like Blue Springs. It's a very different dive, and some people get bored, but I enjoy it quite a bit. It's unlike any other spring in the area (for those who haven't been there, it's a fissure in the ground that drops 70 feet, and then bends at a 45 degree angle to continue into cavern/cave.
Boynton Beach Twin Ledges
Snapper Ledges (Florida Keys)
Conch Wall (Florida Keys)
The Duane (Florida Keys)
The Benwood (Florida Keys)
Lake Isis (closed to diving now)
Last edited by NetDoc; December 20th, 2007 at 10:43 PM.
I would definitely include the Duane (Key Largo) and the Mexican Pride (St. Pete's) in that top 10...hard to beat Molasses/French Reefs on a good day in the Keys...Hole in the Wall in Jupiter can be very spectacular.
Alistair: How are things going with your - what are you calling it? Leopard fish?
Zissou: Jaguar shark.
People should probably be more specific when they say Blue Spring... thats like the most common spring name in existance. Within the time it took to type this post, I thought of 7 of them... and there are more.
I won't put dives in order but here's some of the best that I've dove.
Empire Mica (Panama City), The Eagle (Islamorada), The Anna (Jacksonville), Huggins Freighter (Jacksonvile), Looe Key (Big Pine Key), Spiegel Grove (Key Largo), Duane and Bibb (Islamorada), Clayton's Hollar Ledges (Jacksonville).