Our trips go to different shipwrecks and artificial reefs like bridge spans. Most operators classify sites as inshore or offshore. Our Captains will always take the boat where they think the best conditions for the day will exist. They will do their very best to accommodate customer requests and to prevent repeat customers from seeing the same thing twice. These sites are about 7 miles out into the Gulf and it is a 30-40 minute boat ride. The tops of the sites are in about 55' of water and the sand is about 75' on "inshore" trips.
Federal Law now requires all passengers and crew to wear face masks covering he mouth and nose while onboard all maritime vessels. This means us too on dive boats. PDF attached from the USCG explains in more detail. Due to CoViD-19 we are requiring all of our EMPLOYEES and CUSTOMERS wear facemasks that cover their nose and mouth while INSIDE our store. Check in paperwork is done at the dive shop in person prior to the trip. Please have a digital or hard copy of your cert card handy. If you are renting gear it will be issued to you at the shop, our DMs transport the tanks. Most people come by the afternoon before the charter if they are on a morning trip or an hour before the charter if they are on a PM trip. * If this is your first saltwater dive and you are unsure if you get seasick you may wish to ere on the side of caution.