This definitely isn't the old 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Experience. No plastic fish bobbing on fishing line here. The fish are real, the huge green sea turtle is real, the spotted eagle rays and bull rays are real, and the snaggle-tooth sand tiger sharks are real. And, theyre not afraid. No, they live their lives in a closed environment, so the fish cant run away, in super clear water, and get treated like piscine royalty. So, any chance I get to dive the Living Seas at Epcot, I do. Its a great way to get a quick fix here in inland Florida. And, even more, a great place to take images of marinelife that are notoriously hard to get close to under normal circumstances.
The Epcot DiveQuest staff provides everything you need except a mask, which means it's even easier to do than a dive in the ocean. Plus, you can have the non-diving members of your family wait on the other side of the glass and take photos of you while you dive among the artificial reefs and among the plethora of marinelife.