One of my favorite Vero Beach banks is Oculina Bank . Oculina Bank was named after a coral reef that parallels the Atlantic Shoreline of Florida from Fort Pierce to Cape Canaveral. The reef lies at depths of 200 to 300 feet, and is approximately 15 miles from shore. The reef contains the largest concentration of a beautiful, white tree-like coral named oculina varicosa. The reef became known as the "oculina bank." Discovered by Harbor Branch Oceanographic scientist John Reed in the 1970s, the oculina bank is one of the largest coral reefs in the world.
Oculina Bank has locations in Martin, St Lucie and Indian River County. The two Vero Beach Bank locations are complemented by the Sebastian and Fellsmere bank locations.
If you are moving to Florida or are a long time resident of Vero Beach, contact Dick Davis of Dale Sorensen Real Estate for more information on Oculina Bank and the Vero Beach real estate market. 772-492-0132 or DDavis@HomesOfVeroBeach.com