Monthly Archives: December 2019

Lady Luck Artificial Reef Pompano Beach Florida

Article by Alan Lupsha – Images by Joe Marino The Lady Luck (formerly known as the Newtown Creek), is a 324 foot (98 m) decommissioned City of New York sludge tanker. It was sunk on July 23rd, 2016 about 1.5 miles east of the Pompano Beach pier, and became an artificial reef, a haven for fish, and…

Ana Cecilia – Palm Beach County SCUBA Diving Wreck Dive

Article by Geoffrey May. Photos by Joyce Klein Palm Beach County gained a new adventure spot on July 13th 2016 with the sinking of the Ana Cecilia. At 170 feet long and resting in about 80 feet of water she set down gently just outside the Lake Worth Inlet sitting upright and intact, but not without…

Is Your SCUBA Diving Tool Box Complete? Don’t Limit Yourself

I like wine and I’m often asked, “What type of wine do you drink?” My answer is, “I prefer reds but, I like them all and the type of wine I drink depends on the food and the occasion.” The same can be said for SCUBA diving equipment. I have several different types of gear…