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Contact Capt. Alex Edwards for info about diving West Palm Beach Florida with Narcosis Dive Company
Contact Capt. Alex Edwards for your next West Palm Beach Florida Dive trip with Narcosis Dive Company

2017 Tide Tables

Lake Worth Inlet
 

Weather Related Sites

National Weather Service
National Data Buoy Center- Lake Worth
Intellicast- West Palm Beach Wind Forecast

 

Underwater Videos

Mola Mola off Singer Island
Manatee, Riviera Beach Marina
Bull Sharks, Princess Anne Wreck
 

Friends

Jim Cocci Photography
Bryan Clark
WadesPage.com

 

Environmental Agencies

Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF)
Palm Beach County Reef Rescue
Palm Beach County Reef Research Team

 

Diving Safety

DAN-Divers Alert Network
Diving Medicine Online

 

Dive Boat Narcosis

Pro 48 built specially for diving
 

BeachCams

Lake Worth Inlet
Jupiter Inlet
Boynton Inlet

 

Training Agencies

PADI-Professional Association of Diving Instructors
SSI-Scuba Schools International

 

Coral Reef Protection Act

Palm Beach County is truly blessed with a reef system that supports a tremendous variety of marinelife. In keeping with that spirit of gratitude for our ocean and its inhabitants we would like to encourage EVERYONE to contact the Florida Dept. of Enviromental Protection should you see any boat anchored on the reef. Let the state know that you want the Coral Reef Protection Act ENFORCED!

Email Troy Craig and John Evered with the date, location, (lat & long), description of incident, and vessel information (name and registation #'s), or call Troy at 305-795-1227 or John at 305-795-2167.

For more information, read the Dept of Environmental Protection Fact Sheet on the impact of the Coral Reef Protection Act.