Our Popular Dive Sites

While diving on the 3 Little Devils Diving Charter you’ll have the opportunity to visit these and other dive sites in the Palm Beach area.
Photo by Mark Queenan

Reefs

25 FOOT REEFS

CABLE CROSSING
- An excellent shallow reef. Two cables cross at the north and sought ends of the reef. Schools of sheepshead and snapper frequent the area. Large numbers of tropical fish species can be found here.

BALENTINE REEF
- Beautiful shallow reef surrounding sand holes. It is known for the abundance of tropical fish and Atlantic Sharks that can be found on the reef throughout the year

60 FOOT REEFS

HILLS & VALLEYS
- Piles of rocks from 2 to 15 feet in height that were formed when the inlet was dredged. The dive depth is 40 to 120 feet. Excellent reef for lobsters and tropical fish. It is a great place to find shells.

BREAKERS
- Graced by a statue of the God Neptune. The inside reef line is one of the prettiest in the Palm Beach area, and has a ledge rising 4 to 8 feet. Large numbers of tropical fish are found here, as well as schooling fish, moray eels, and turtles.

TURTLE MOUND
- This 12 foot ledge runs East and West, with small reef ledges on the South and West sides. You’ll always see turtles sleeping on the West side. Also, large Southern stingrays, cobia, and lobsters can be found at this site.

RON’S REEF
- One of the southern most reefs in Palm Beach, The many nooks and crannies are a haven for tropical fish. Grouper can be seen here in the winter months. The soft and hard corals are also quite unique here.

TRENCH
- This 60 foot reef has a 12 foot wide trench cut through it. A beautiful collection of tropical fish can be found here. The ledge is about 6 feet in depth.

BATH & TENNIS
- This reef is very impressive, and shouldn’t be missed. It is always loaded with all species of marine life and the honeycomb holes make it a wonderful lobster spot.

PLAYPEN
- Part of our artificial reef program, the Playpen sits at 60 feet. Acres of concrete culverts cover the bottom. Large schools of barracuda frequent the area and a resident nurse shark can often be seen here.

FLOWER GARDEN
- The Flower Garden is just as its name implies. The area is absolutely full of soft corals. Rock Beauty & Surgeonfish swim effortlessly through this lush garden.

80 FOOT REEFS

FINGERS
- This reef has beautiful rocky ledges that are shaped like fingers. It is located on the outside of Breakers Reef. The ledges get bigger the further north you dive.

LARSON’S VALLEY
- A white sandy road with a ledge on the right side and reef on the left side. An abundance of lobster, nurse sharks, and turtles can be found at this site.

LOBSTER SHOP
- This reef is man made from when the inlet was dredged. The relief is from 3 to 10 feet and the rocks are encrusted with hard and soft corals. Lobsters also find this spot irresistible.

90 FOOT REEFS

NUN’S LEDGE
- This 90 ft. deep ledge has a relief (shallow spots) of 10 feet in some places. It was named after the Nun buoy that is still located on the reef and can be seen on the dives.

JUNO LEDGE
- This large 15 to 20 foot ledge is in 90 feet of water. Large rocks and cave formations can be seen in addition to numerous large fish; sharks frequent the area also.

SOUTH DOUBLE LEDGES
- One of our deeper reefs at 90’. The first ledge comes up to 80’ and the second ledge another 12’. Sleeping nurse sharks and grouper are found under the ledges.

DOUBLE LEDGES
- Just north of South Double Ledges, another ledge system starts. The reef is basically the same and is a great place to find lobster and many species of tropical fish. This one should not be missed.


WRECKS

MIZPAH & PC1170
- Two of the best wrecks in Florida are lying in 90 feet of water and just twenty minutes from the dock. The Mizpah is a 185 foot Greek luxury liner with 3 levels of penetration and 3 feet of soft corals covering the ship from bow to stern. Even on a clear day of 100 foot visibility, the visibility on this dive is limited to 3 feet because of the abundance of tropical fish. The bow of the Mizpah is actually running into the Patrol Craft PC1170, which is split into two section. The PC170 is 160 feet in length.

PALM BEACH TRIANGLE
- this site actually consists of 3 wrecks - the Eidsvaag freighter, the Phillips Barge, and the Rolls Royce. All 3 sunken relics can be seen on a single dive. On this dive you’ll see a lot of barracudas, rock fish, groupers, and large green morays. One moray in particular, Mr. Green, is extremely friendly and often comes out to greet divers.

PRINCESS ANNE
- The newest and most awesome wreck in the area. The Princess is a 340 foot car ferry that sits upright in 100’ of water facing bow north. The top deck is at 42 feet and several of the decks are open and penetrable. If the currents are right, this one should not be missed.

AMARYLLIS
- The Amaryllis is about 400 feet long. Only it’s hull and bottom deck remain; the other decks were removed in order to pull the ship off the beach where it was found after a tempestuous hurricane. The depth is 80 feet with the hull sides rising up to 60 feet.

70 FT. BARGE
- This barge, although not intact, is a favorite of many divers because of the turtles and large Midnight Blue Parrotfish that frequent the wreck. It lies in 80 feet of water just outside of the inlet.

FRANK’S BARGE
- Probably the oldest barge in these waters. This wreck has an enormous school of small snapper that live around the wreck year round.

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