CALOOSA DIVE CLUB OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
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I am letting members know my Catamaran is back in action for Gulf Spearfishing trips. I will go pretty much any time the winds are 10MPH or below and not raining. Mostly weekends but can do weekdays if planned in advance. Prefer to go with 6 total. Also prefer depths of 120ish but will do what the consensus wants. Can also do overnight trips. Those trips can be combined with hook and line fishing also. Not opposed to photographers either, although you know its not like the keys out there. The deck of this center console is open so its a day of exposure to whatever god has for us. 16 tank racks. Please go to the Club Facebook page to get on list of interested to go. Find my post about the spearfishing trip boat.
This Letter was Forwarded by John Muensterman. It is a response to his question regarding the Guardian Plan Insurance being unavailable to divers 70+ years of age.
DAN Guardian Insurance.pdf
From sunken artifacts and colorful fish to coastal breezes and crystal clear waters, Florida’s sunny shores offer some of the best scuba diving in the country. The Blue Heron Bridge, one of the premiere shore diving destinations, features a combination of excellent conditions, easy accessibility and a vast variety of marine life for divers, snorkelers and underwater photographers.
The diverse ecosystem of this top-rated dive site, located in Phil Foster Park on the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW), is just inside Palm Beach County’s largest estuary, the Lake Worth Inlet. Since the area is protected by the ICW, scuba diving is possible in weather conditions that would normally limit time in the water via boat or shore diving off Florida’s East Coast.
For more information on diving the Blue Heron Bridge visit Blue Heron Bridge Scuba & Watersports
Caloosa Dive Club is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. PO Box 152940 Cape Coral, Florida 33915