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Why Register

This is about YOU being able to get the special Package Deals SFDJ has negotiated with the best area enjoy the Best Dive Resort experience possible. possible.

Examples of the benefits of logging in:

  • 1. Much lower prices when reserving  hotel rooms for divers with SFDJ log-in ID
  • 2. All perks we are currently offering  will be immediately offered to you, such as:
    • a. Any "special" boat or hotel deals
    • b. Better fill discounts for air, Nitrox or trimix
    • Shuttle Van availability which is most likely when we have a large number of SFDJ registered Hotel guests in a given week.
    • d. High likelihood of getting you diving with other divers with exactly the same diving interest you have ****Should be the most important perk..see Specific Interest Dive Group article
    • e. Planning tools and Groups Calendar system to help you find the best times to find what you want on a Palm Beach Dive Trip
  • 3. If you are a Scubaboard member, we can alert you when there are several other Scubaboard members in town diving during your trip here
  • 5. Opportunity to be notified and involved in Free Gear Demos, free DIR Dive Experience and Training demos
  • 6. Help us create a larger lobby for Palm Beach Diving which we can leverage with County Tourism to push for better State and local protections for the Palm Beach Reef system.

Beyond being an Underwater Adventure Magazine, SFDJ  is the collaborative infrastructure of the best Dive Operators and best Hotels for diving in Palm Beach county Florida..SFDJ is the system the hotels and boats are using to connect with traveling and local divers, and if you don't login each time you visit, the boats and hotels won't be able to offer you the best deals and ideas we have come up with.

Diving in your zone

The Hunt For Macro Monsters, cont...

If finding these macro creatures appeals to you, then the kind of dive you are going to want to do IS going to be different than the dive "most" people on

Diving in your zone

most diveboats are going to want to do. You will need to go slow. Really Slow! You will need to focus down, to see the creatures that really do not want to be seen. Most likely, you will stop alot, and in one hour of diving, you "might" only move 25 feet, less if you get really lucky. You need a buddy that wants the same creature hunt that you want. Better still, you want to be part of a special group on the boat, that dives regularly on just exactly this type of dive. Being in a special group, you can count on the boat taking you to special rubble zones where your hunting party will most likely find the creatures they are interested in. Without the group, you may get good rubble sometimes, but a single "macro diver" versus 12 "typical" divers will more or less be an afterthought on any boat. It could be, that you want, what the others just don't have enough sense to want :-)