Located in water ranging from 40-65 feet deep, this natural reef is just east of Mar-a-Lago, the “Trump” seaside mansion and directly offshore from the Bath and Tennis Club of Palm Beach (its namesake).
If you come inshore to very shallow water – about 10 feet deep, you’ll find the sand is discolored – this is where an old shipwreck lies.
Not much is left to see – but the reef itself is abundant with marine life and the little nooks and holes in the reef house lobster. (Adiscuba)
Bath & Tennis Reef West Palm Beach Wiki
In bright sunshine Bath & Tennis reef becomes alive with colors.
Depths in this area range from 43 feet to 65 feet.
Inshore in 10 feet of water the remnants of a vintage shipwreck can be seen.
Locating this area may be difficult so look for the discoloration of the bottom sand.
The entire area is oblong in shape and is about 1/4 mile long. The current is generally not an issue at this location.
Broken edges and stretches of ridges provide areas for schools of fish and lobsters to reside. (Source: Divespots)