DiveMiami.com Launches New Website to Help SCUBA Divers Explore the Reefs of Miami and the Florida Keys

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DiveMiami.com launches a new directory of Reefs, Wrecks and Dive Spots to Help SCUBA Divers Explore the Reefs of Miami and the Florida Keys. The site also features Dive Shops and Dive Masters for those wanting to book a SCUBA Trip or take Dive Lessons for Certification.

With the great dive spots down here in Miami, a local resource was needed that focuses just on Miami.

DiveMiami.com launches a new directory of Reefs, Wrecks and Dive Spots to Help SCUBA Divers Explore the Reefs of Miami and the Florida Keys. The site also features Dive Shops and Dive Masters for those wanting to book a SCUBA Trip or take Dive Lessons for Certification.

The new DiveMiami.com features over 15 dive spots in Miami, including AJAX Reef, Spirit of Miami (a sunken Boeing 727) and MV Proteus, a old derelict ship that used to be harbored on the Miami River. Each dive location on the website includes a history of the dive spot, GPS coordinates, pictures, video, Featured Dive Master and a comments thread where divers are able to ask questions and post comments about their experience at that particular dive.

"Relaunching DiveMiami.com has been a goal of ours for the past year.", says Benjamin Evans, owner of DiveMiami.com. With the great dive spots down here in Miami, a local resource was needed that focuses just on Miami. Being the the Florida Keys are just down a few miles down the coast, and many divers that are exploring Miami reefs, also want to explore the Keys, we are expanding out database of Dive Spots, starting with John Pennekamp and Key Largo. SCUBA and Snorkel locations of Tavenier and Key West will be added in the next few months.

We encourage tourism and locals to go out and explore the great dive spots that South Florida has to provide. Using DiveMiami.com as a base for information and ideas will all divers, from new to experienced. One of the greatest parts of the site is the ability for the dive community to talk and learn from one another. We encourage those who enjoy diving or want to learn more to visit the site.

DiveMiami.com is site developed by Domain Millwork, a domain name development company.

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