The Realm of Wrecks and Big Animal Dive Sites (Click on image for more details)

The region from Miami to Palm Beach is one of the most heavily developed coastlines in the United States. Just offshore of the region's glittering resorts and palatial oceanfront mansions is a diverse and exciting underwater landscape that actually has more to offer in the way of wrecks and marine life than many of the famous dive destinations of the Caribbean. Because both the Continental Shelf and the currents of the Gulf Stream come closer to shore than anywhere else along the Eastern Seaboard, most dive sites are just a few miles from shore and easily reached from all-weather inlets.

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Devil's Den-FL

Don't be fooled by the name "Devil's Den"-- the pre-historic underground spring is actually quite lovely. But how did this magical-looking place get such a sinister name? According to legend, early settlers to Florida saw steam rising from the rock formations around the perpetually warm spring, and they, assuming they had discovered a portal to the netherworld, christened it Devil's Den.

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