Orange Beach and Gulf Coast Diving
Discover a whole new world under the surface of the Gulf of Mexico with Gulf Shores and Orange Beach diving
Alabama’s first purpose-sunk ship wreck - The LuLu
, a sunken freighter - is 17 nautical miles south of Perdido Pass and Orange Beach (+29° 59' 50" / -87° 33' 00") and joins the area off the Alabama coast that is the site of the largest artificial reef program in the United States. This newest reef wreck is at a perfect depth for beginner diver certification, with 50-foot depth clearance at the top of the wreck. It’s also attractive for the experienced recreational diver at the bottom level depth of 115 feet. Before The LuLu, divers had to travel farther east and farther out to sea, but this great new dive spot is easier to reach and safer to dive.
When you aren't diving, enjoy the miles and miles of white-sand beaches where you can relax or take in a game of sand volleyball. Water lovers will also enjoy an array of activities like paddle boarding, kayaking or pier fishing on the Gulf State Park pier.
Vacations on the Gulf Coast usher in a whole different state of wonder and relaxation. Find Orange Beach and Gulf Shores diving locations.