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GRAYTON BEACH, FLORIDA

The Underwater Museum of Art’s sculpture garden is located in the Gulf of Mexico in Walton County, Florida. The site lies in approximately 58-feet of water and at a distance of less than one nautical mile from shore. Visitors traveling by car can access the museum via Grayton Beach State Park which offers parking, showers, restrooms, changing rooms, and a beach walkover. Visitors who wish to experience the site at-depth should be certified divers who are comfortable swimming in open water. The coordinates for the Super Reef Anchor Point are N 30°18.754 /  W 86°09.521. Out of respect for the art, boaters are asked to anchor on or near the Super Reef Anchor Point to protect the sculptures from unintended contact or damage.

Dive30A offers regular trips directly to the dive site from Grayton Beach. Call (850) 460-1442 for more information.

Emerald Coast Scuba in Destin offers regularly scheduled trips to the dive site and can schedule private charters. Interested in receiving your dive certification? Emerald Coast Scuba offers an Open Water Diver class at the UMA.

LOCATION

Degrees, Minutes, Seconds

30° 18.754' N, 86° 09.521' W

FROM BEACH

Course from Grayton Beach State Park walkover:
 

Distance 0.93 nautical miles
Bearing 198­°
Depth 58-feet

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