74. Your Next Dive takes you to the Blue Heron Bridge plus Wet Notes talks about a special edition of Alert Diver and more.

Divers Alert Network has released a special edition of Alert Diver Magazine. This year-end special edition is a compilation of some of their best articles. This is a great reference.

According to the Alaska Daily News, there has been a successful clean up effort in Dutch Harbor where they have removed over 1 million pounds of old fishing net and line.

Divers Alert Network has funded a study with Duke Center for Hyperbaric Medicine to research the safety of Full Face Snorkel masks. They have recently released their results.

The December issue of Scuba Diving Magazine is now available. The December issue is their gear guide edition. Check it out.

A couple of paddle boarders out in CA were treated to an encounter with a very large Mola Mola – the ocean sunfish.

The Blue Heron Bridge in Riviera Beach, FL is definitely a bucket list dive. Just off of Interstate 95 and just north of West Palm Beach it is easy to get to and easy to park and set up your gear. You can pick up tanks, weights, and a dive flag from Force-E dive center just minutes from the bridge. Diving is from the Phil Foster Park. The park has a full bathroom along with an outdoor fresh water shower to rinse the sand and salt from your gear. Your dive should start 30 to 45 minutes before high slack tide. You will get in at least a 90 minuted dive where you will see all kinds of fish and critters. With water temperatures in the 80s and visibility between 50 to 70 feet, you will love this dive. The Blue Heron Bridge is most definitely a place that you will want to dive multiple times and even get in a night dive.