Dive the Blue Heron Bridge with Uncle Cal

The Blue Heron Bridge in Rivera Beach, FL - US.
Cal "Uncle Cal" Evans

Are you ready to explore the breathtaking beauty of the Blue Heron Bridge, voted “Best Shore Dive in the United States”? Look no further than Uncle Cal’s Private Dive Experience. As a PADI Certified Master Scuba Trainer with years of experience, I know how to make your dive unforgettable.

Imagine swimming alongside vibrant schools of fish and colorful coral formations. As your private guide, I’ll take you to the best spots and reveal hidden gems that most people never get to see. Plus, I’ll provide expert support, so you can dive confidently.

To make the most of your dive, you need the right equipment. Don’t worry if you don’t have your own gear – I can help you arrange rental gear so you can hit the water fully equipped. And with your Open Water Certification, you’re ready to go.

So what are you waiting for? Fill out the form below to let me know you’re interested in Uncle Cal’s Private Dive Experience. You won’t regret it! And don’t forget to check out my article, “A New Scuba Diver’s Guide to the Blue Heron Bridge,” for insider tips and insights.

With Uncle Cal as your guide, you’ll experience the thrill of diving like never before. Book your private dive today!

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Dive the Bridge With Uncle Cal


Primary Diver


Optional Diver #2


The Dive

Even though we are diving the Blue Heron Bridge, there are several different options for the type and objectives of the dive. In this section, I'll describe the options and you can choose the one you like. 

The Standard
We'll walk up West from where we enter the water until we are near the beginning of the snorkel trail. We will then surface swim out to it. We will descend and leisurely make our way down the snorkel trail. At the end, we'll float up under the bridge, visit an old sunken sail boat, and then float back under the bridge.. We'll turn and head West and end the dive in about 5ft of water.

Seahorse Safari
We will surface swim out to a grassy spot just inside the guarded swim area. We will descend and crawl the bottom looking for seahorses. Sometimes we see them, sometimes we don't. After 10-15 minutes of this, we'll finish up the snorkel train and head East to an old pier whose pilings are still there. We'll look for more seahorses. After we float under the bridge, we'll hug the east shore and check the docks over there for sea horses.

All The Wrecks
This one again starts at the beginning of the snorkel trail. We float down it, past wreck #1, an old sunk fishing skiff. At the end of the snorkel trail, we will head south east to Julie's Wreck. It's a little bit of a swim so if you aren't comfortable swimming against current, we can skip it. We then float under the bridge to the sail boat, and after we return, we end it at another sunken little fishing boat.


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Scenes From The Blue Heron Bridge

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