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Goliath Groupers are a Giant Stride Away!

Imagine diving with fish the size of a car. Now imagine up to sixty of them! Welcome to diving in Jupiter, where diving is a thrilling experience! In August and September, Goliath groupers visit Jupiter to spawn. So grab your camera and prepare for a bucket-listworthy dive!

Don’t delay, book today! - make your reservation here, or call us at 561-745-7807

JUPITER FLORIDA: A Year-Round Diving Destination

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Wonderful Conditions

Dive into the warm tropical water off Palm Beach County with Jupiter Dive Center. Water temperatures average 72 to 74 degrees in the winter and 84 degrees in the summer.

Dive visibility in Jupiter, FL ranges from 60 to 80 feet depending upon current and wind conditions. Sign Up for our newsletter and stay up to date with the latest conditions.

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Charter Options and Great Dive Boats

Jupiter Dive Center offers daily two-tank dive charters and frequent three-tank excursions. Check-in for our morning charter is at 8:00 a.m. Our afternoon charter check-in is at 12:30 p.m. Click on our dive calendar to view the availability of our two-tank and three-tank dive charters. 

Our charter boats are Republic IV and Republic VII—two 40-foot vessels that offer a comfortable and speedy trip to our dive sites. 

The boat charter includes your dives, the use of weights on the boat, snacks, sodas, and fresh drinking water. A catch cooler, camera bucket, and freshwater rinses are available onboard.

Dive Safety

Your dive safety is of the utmost importance to us at Jupiter Dive Center. We use a buddy system, conduct safety stops on every dive, and plan adequate surface intervals between dives. We require using Nitrox in order to maximize your time underwater as the majority of our reefs and wrecks are 65 to 90 feet deep. All of Jupiter Dive Center’s dives are drift dives—which if you’re new to drift diving, you’re in for a treat! 

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We always have an in-water crew member on each dive who is familiar with the sites and conditions of the area. This diver pulls a float ball—a visual reference to the boat crew about where the divers are at any given time. (Staying with this crew member is optional, but for the best critter experience, we highly recommend staying close.)

At the end of the dive, the crew member and any accompanying divers will surface, and the boat will come to them. It’s not uncommon for divers to surface at different times, which is why each diver is required to dive as part of a buddy team and have their own surface marker buoy (SMB) in order to alert the boat of their location.

Group Booking Details

Let us know how many divers in your party and the dates you would like to visit, be it for a single charter or an entire week! Make a vacation of it with accommodation options in the local area.

Choose Your Adventure!

Choose your favorite marine visitor from the timeline and let our Captains take care of the rest! Dive sites are selected according to seasonal attractions and dive conditions on the day of the dive. 

Dive, Dive, Dive!

Jupiter Dive Center requires the use of Nitrox. Each diver must have a surface marker buoy and computer. Technical or rebreather diver? Get your oxygen and trimix fills on site!


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