Great site with three horseshoe shaped re-entrants to the reef. Grouper, snapper, large moray eels, trumpet fish, & spotted drums have been seen here.
Large numbers of small barracuda are common. The eastern side of the ledge has great ledges as well.
Horseshoe Reef West Palm Beach Wiki
Located in 40-60 feet of water, 10 miles south of the Palm Beach Inlet, 1 mile NE of the Lake Worth Pier, this
natural reef system features a wall drop-off as well as some caves, undercuts, ledges and holes that attract marine life.
The top of this reef is covered in soft sponges, corals and gorgonians.
Frequently visited by by Hawksbill and Loggerhead turtles during summer months, schools of baitfish and other marine life make the area their home. (Adiscuba)
Horseshoe Reef is a ledge system popular with drift divers.
This is a great reef system. If you have good air consumption and if the current Gods are with you, the trip from the beginning of the reef to the Horseshoe can be made with time to play inside the horseshoe, located at the North end of the reef. (Divebuddy)