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Steve’s Twin Ledges is a boat accessible salt water dive site, located in Pompano Beach, FL. The maximum depth is 41-50ft/12-15m.

Location: Pompano Beach (inner & middle reef)

Description: Steve’s Twin Ledges is located just south of the Pompano Beach Pier. Both Ledges run north and south parallel to the shoreline. The top of the western ledge is approximately 33 ft and drops to the west 5-7 ft to the sand. The eastern twin slops to 40-45’ft on the west side to the sand. The ledges are adorned with tropical fish. Lobsters are usually abundant during mini season.

This site has 2 ledges, and both run North / South. The Western ledge is shallower and drops about 5’-7’ to about 40‘ to the sand. The Eastern slope drops about 10’-15’ to about a 45’ depth. The ledges are populated with purple sea fans, soft gorgonians, and tube sponges. French angelfish, parrot fish, squirrel fish and trumpet fish are all usually about as well. Yellow striped grunts share the underside of the ledges with glassy sweeper fish. Super open water diver reef and great for underwater photography also

Navigation: The landward ledge has the best definition, begin on either end and follow the reef edge. It does get confusing at times due to gaps. You can always head east as well and pick up the seaward ledge

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