The one thing about scuba diving is that there is always something of interest to see.
For example take a look at this underwater artwork that can be seen off the coast of Pombano Beach, Florida.
Underwater artwork delights Florida scuba divers
It’s the latest addition to Shipwreck Park Pompano, a cluster of shipwrecks off the coast of Pompano Beach. The centerpiece is the Lady Luck, a 324-foot tanker vessel built in 1967 that was sunk off Pompano Beach on July 23, 2016. As divers swim in and around the ship (which is as long as a football field), they are treated to underwater artwork created by local artist Dennis MacDonald.
It’s not every day you get to flipper-kick your way through a sunken ship and gaze at artwork. read more at usatoday.com
What The Local Press Has To Say …
The aquatic attraction named Lady Luck became the newest centerpiece of Shipwreck Park, a series of 16 underwater dive wrecks full of marine life.
It features three larger-than-life shark statues, a life-sized mermaid and an interactive art exhibit that will display locally produced underwater artwork.
Divers have the ability to swim up to card-slinging octopuses, fake slot machines and poker tables. Lady Luck includes 16 staterooms, a captain’s deck and an interactive art exhibit with a rotating gallery display of locally produced underwater artwork. Via pressherald.com
What’s The Diving Like At Pombano?
Here’s a video giving us a glimpse into some of the marine life found in the area …