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Timing the Blue Heron Bridge tides is crucial when diving this amazing high tide beach dive in Riviera Beach. You need to know when high tide is. This is the best time for your dive.
It’s recommended you dive the Blue Heron Bridge no earlier than 30 min's before high tide and no later than 30 min's after high tide. The currents here are strong when not
surrounding high tide.
The Port of Palm Beach buoy Is used to time
the Blue Heron Bridge tides.
• Arrive at the Blue Heron Bridge 30 min's
before the high tide time
• Be out of the water 30 min's after
Twice each day, the moon and sun conspire with the warm Gulf Stream to push clean, clear water to a dive site known as Blue Heron Bridge. Carried along in these currents is an amazing variety of underwater creatures, we are extremely fortunate to have this unique place in our backyard.
The Blue Heron Bridge was chosen in 2013 as the best dive site in the world by PADI’s Sport Diver magazine for good reasons… Its diversity of marine life and its easy accessibility are just two of the many important traits of this terrific dive site.
When you dive Blue Heron Bridge you encounter numerous sea creatures that are a rarity to find throughout the world. Seahorses and pipefish in all sizes and colors make the top of the list at this amazing dive site. Octopus, including the Atlantic long arm (aka. mimic octopus), can be found while diving here. Add to the list the odd marine life such as sea robins, flying gurnards, batfish, frogfish, stargazers, and over 100 different species of nudibranchs to name a few.