The Jim Atria Wreck is a renowned dive site, named after a 240-foot freighter intentionally sunk in 1987 to create an artificial reef. Located off the coast of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the wreck lies in approximately 110 feet of water. It's a popular spot for advanced divers due to its depth and the potential for strong currents. Over the years, the wreck has become a thriving artificial reef, attracting a diverse array of marine life, including barracuda, grouper, and various tropical fish species. The Jim Atria Wreck offers an exciting diving experience, allowing divers to explore the expansive structure and the vibrant marine ecosystem it supports.
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Get on board AquaLife Divers for an invigorating afternoon dive, explore Pompano’s most famous shipwrecks and reefs, and see the unbelievably beautiful marine life. This is absolutely fantastic diving!
$90 Certified Divers
$60 Bubble Watchers Come along for the ride watch Divers from the Boat
Certified Divers only
Full toilet, sanitation stand and hot water rinse shower on board available. Lounging on the stern deck is also a nice way to relax on the way back.