Abbey Too Reef

Type of Dive

Standard Reef Drift Dive.

If you are unfamiliar with drift diving, it is the best. The boat drops you off on the reef with a dive flag. The boat will then follow you throughout your dive. When you finish exploring just come up and the boat will be there to pick you up. Drift diving is amazing!

Skill Level: Beginner

Open Water or Jr. Open Divers.

We offer a guide service for all our dives.

Dive Site Depths

45' to 65'

The depth is 45 feet on the top 65 feet to the west side of the reef and 100+ feet to the east on the backside of the reef.

The Dive Plan:

2 Dives at 2 Locations

The first dive is a drift dive on Abbey Too reef, followed by a second drift dive in a different area also on the main reef. We have 45 min. to 1 hour on each site. Air and bottom time permitting.

Please note for safety reasons dive site locations may change at the last minute depending on weather conditions, visibility and current.

Do you need a Guide?

The best and safest way to explore our local reefs is with a guide. Our divemaster’s and instructors are always ready to guide you on your next adventure. Select Divemaster, Instructor or Private Guide when booking your dive.

Abbey Too Reef Dive Site

Dive Site Location

Abbey Too is located out on our main 3rd reef system the exact location is: 1 3.75 Nm @ 1810 from Boca Inlet/1.34 Nm @ 0470 from Hillsboro Inlet. 0.87 Nm offshore of Hillsboro Landmark Condo

Dive Site Description

Abbey Too Is a local favorite due to its dual facing ledges and the spur an groove coral formations on the East side of the reef. To the West there is a small reef that drops off into about 45 feet of water which is a good place to look for turtles. The size of Abby to reef is substantial. You can dive on this reef five or six times without seeing the same thing twice. There is also the deep side and deep reefs that are to the east. This part of the reef is typically in about 80 to 90 feet of water and is an excellent spot to look for large creatures.

Abbey Too Reef Dive Site Video

Our Local Reefs

Our third reef system is part of the third largest barrier reef in the world. The system runs from Miami all the way up through Palm Beach with small breaks in between the reefs. The majority of the third reef systems profile is 45 feet on the top dropping to 60 to 65 feet on the west facing side and 80 to 100+ feet on the east facing side.

Resident Marine Life

On all our main reef locations there is an abundance of marine life. Large schools of tropical fish including butterflyfish, surgeonfish, and parrotfish. We also have schools of large fish including jack’s, groupers, snapper, and all kinds of rays. If you look carefully at the rocks, you can also spot lobsters, Crabs and all kinds of spotted and Moray eels. Let us also not forget the turtles, the spotted eagle rays, nurse sharks and reef sharks on occasion. The best way to dive is with a guide. We know all the fish by name.

Extend your bottom time with Enriched Air (Nitrox) Course

We Offer Two Certification Options

1) The SDI Computer Nitrox Course

2) The PADI Enriched Air Course

The SDI or PADI Enriched Air (Nitrox) diver course will certify you to use Enriched Air (Nitrox) to stay down longer during your shallow water dives.

 Also, by breathing a higher concentration of oxygen during your dive, you will come back feeling refreshed and ready for more diving.

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