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Molasses Reef

- Coral heads and  tropical marine life define this popular reef. Molasses Reef is popular scuba diving and snorkeling location with numerous dive sites marked by mooring buoys.

Spiegel Grove

- She lies at a depth of 134 foot. . The depth at the highest point of the ship is 60-65 ft, depending on the tide level so snorkeling may not be on the list to visit her.  When they sunk the ship she laid on her starboard until Hurricane Dennis moved her upright in 2005. 

Florida Keys Diving

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Popular Diving Locations

Silent World

Diving Key Largo

Horizon Divers

The Florida Keys is the third largest barrier reef in the world and hosts the only living coral reef in the United States. Which can reason why your first stop in the Florida Keys Chain of Islands  is known for as the Diving Capital of the World!  

The first undersea park in the U.S., John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park encompasses approximately 70 nautical square miles. A common question we receive often is what to do when we are down in the Keys, our first response is to see the reefs!  Besides weddings, this is what we are known for! 

Grecian Rocks

- The 4 to 6 foot depth in many areas draws snorkelers looking to experience strands of elkhorn coral and large amounts of tropical fish.

Christ of the Abyss 

- This iconic statue is a Key Largo landmark. Perfect for divers and snorkelers alike! 

 Located near Dry Rocks, about six miles east-northeast of the Key Largo Cut, in the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park.

Don't Want to Get Wet?  

Key Largo Glass Bottom Boat Tours