Back to Riviera Beach in Florida for the unique diving on the pilings and
surroundings of the Blue Heron Bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway. This was a
short trip and was limited to four dives as they have to be timed around the high tides.
Again. we decided that some local knowledge would simplify our lives and the very
experienced Lazaro Ruda who showed us around for the first two dives certainly
provided that (www.thelivingsea.com). We were fortunate to meet up with marine
study experts Ned and Anna De Loach, along with their companionable local diving
friends for the next two dives.
We stayed at the Hotel Paradise, very clean, more than reasonably priced and
convenient--just a three minute drive to Phil Foster Park, the access to the bridge
diving- It's owned by Allan Paradise and is well suited for divers with rinse hoses
readily available. Website is www.singerislandhotel.com
As last year, the Force E shop on the west side of the bridge was an easy source for
tanks, weights and other rental gear.
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