Daytona Beach Area Ship Wrecks

Daytona Beach shipwrecks and Artificial Reefs video collection:

Daytona Beach Scuba & Diving Companies:

There are several shipwrecks in the Daytona Beach area that can be explored by scuba divers and snorkelers. Here are some of the most notable ones:

1. The USS Mindanao: This World War II-era ship was intentionally sunk in 1947 to create an artificial reef. It is located about 10 miles offshore from Ponce Inlet and is a popular spot for advanced divers.

2. The Arrastre: This Spanish shipwreck from the 1700s is located about 15 miles offshore from Ponce Inlet and is popular among advanced divers.

3. The Rayo: This shipwreck from the early 1900s is located about 4 miles offshore from Daytona Beach and is popular among snorkelers and beginner divers.

4. The London Bridge: This tugboat was intentionally sunk in 1990 and is now an artificial reef that is home to a variety of marine life. It is located about 5 miles offshore from Daytona Beach and is popular among divers of all skill levels.

5. The Lady Luck: This former casino ship was intentionally sunk in 2016 to create an artificial reef. It is located about 11 miles offshore from Ponce Inlet and is popular among advanced divers.

It’s important to note that exploring shipwrecks can be dangerous and should only be attempted by experienced divers with proper training and equipment.

Sea Dogs Dive Center Guide & Services

111 Flagler Avenue

New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169

Atlantic Scuba Guide & Services

724 Ridgewood Avenue

Daytona Beach, FL 32117

Blue Spring State Park

2100 West French Avenue

Orange City, FL 32763

Spruce Creek Scuba Guide & Services

1646 Taylor Road

Port Orange, FL 32128

Scuba Lynn’s RV Adventures LLC

3689 Scotch Pine Lane

Ormond Beach, FL 32174

Scuba Lessons, Inc.

2723 Date Palm Drive

Edgewater, FL 32141

Discover Diving Guide & Services

92 Dunlawton Causeway

Port Orange, FL 32127

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