Brady with Ocean Strike Team says, "If I had to choose one type of diving as my favorite, bridge rubble sites would be top of the list."
Bridge rubble is not a small pile of rocks, but huge bridge spans and 3-lane highway roads spread out and dumped on each other like lincoln logs. Some rubble reaches 60 feet above the sea floor like a towering pinnacle creating swim-throughs and hidden pockets that you can dive into, over and around, stretching for miles.
The bridge rubble is full of life and includes some of the most fantastic diving you will ever see. Sea life abounds on the debris, including fish, sea turtles, and sharks. Many divers attest that bridge rubble has become their favorite type of diving.
Off the coast of Pensacola are several different sites, some underwater for 15 years and others recently deployed. Our bridge rubble sites are growing each season, and there is always a new spot to explore.
The Pensacola Bay area's unique dive sites are perfect for divers, making Pensacola a fantastic dive destination.