Finz Wreck Dive is the best way to experience our amazing artificial reefs. Key West is home to many different wrecks at depths that are appropriate for divers of all certification levels. Our knowledgeable divemasters will make sure your trip is comfortable and fun.
Joe’s tug is a small wreck with big potential. She sits in 60 ft of water and is surrounded by a beautiful reef. Joe’s tug has been damaged by storms for years but still is home to many different species of fish. The best part about Joe’s tug is you never know what will show up. Turtles, Eels, Grouper, and many reef fish are known to appear at any moment.
Cayman Salvagmaster is a 200 ft long cable layer that has been submerged for more than 30 years. The coral growth on the wreck is amazing. The main deck sits at 70ft and the sand is at 90ft. This makes for an excellent dive on Nitrox for those who are certified or wish to get certified. Our favorite residents of the wreck are two giant Goliath Grouper. They are usually on the bow and one of the first things we see as we descend on the mooring line. The Cayman is a photographer’s dream.
Please note, to dive on the Cayman Salvager, an advanced certification or proof of deep dive experience below 60′ within the last two years is required.
The Vandenberg dive is an amazing adventure. The 2nd largest artificial reef in the world is guaranteed to not disappoint. At over 520 feet long and 70 ft wide she is the most popular wreck in the lower keys and the favorite of our crew. Our divemasters have an intimate knowledge of the wreck and will be able to guide you around the wreck safely.
Since hurricane Irma, the Vandenberg has moved slightly deeper and was turned 30 degrees from her original position. The main deck now sits at 108ft and is the perfect depth for Nitrox certified divers. The wreck is home to an abundance of wildlife and we often see sharks, rays, goliath grouper, barracuda, and huge schools of sardines. The satellite dishes are mostly intact and enormous! What a sight to behold.
Thousands of divers have explored the wreck since 2009 when she was sunk and is a must-dive.
Please note: Our Vandenberg dive is considered a wreck dive and can change location without notice. Please call the shop directly if you would only like to dive the Vandenberg. Due to the challenging conditions, an Advanced Open water certification or deep dive specialty is required to dive the Vandenberg.
We offer advanced dive instruction as well as deep specialty courses.
Why Finz Dive?
Whether you want to experience the ocean on your own, or hear our fun crews personal knowledge, facts, and made up truths. Finz Dive has the tour for you. Leaving you with an unforgettable experience that you will cherish for a lifetime.
Split or Private
Finz Dive offers both Split or Private expeditions. You can choose to keep it private with the people you love, or you can go on an adventure with others and make friends along the way.
Our Finz Dive Masters and Instructors are Certified as Divers, First Responders, and in CPR. So you know you will not only have a fun time, but a safe time aswell!
We offer all our guests a gear rinse and storage while diving with us. We will Clean, Dry, and Store your personal dive equipment so you don’t have to clean it in the shower at the hotel. If you dive with us multiple days Finz will have your equipment ready on your next trip, so you can focus on the fun.