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Key Largo Dive Charters


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Sea Dwellers offers 2 boats for your daily charters; The “Sea Dweller III”, a fast, 50 foot custom built dive vessel operated by either Capt Scott or Capt Rob.  New: State of the Art engines installed for one of the quietest, fastest and most efficient rides to the reefs & wrecks of the Florida Keys!
And now for your convenience, the “HMS Minnow”, a smaller, fast 25 foot Parker.  Capt John provides excellent service in a friendly environment!  Both boats are located directly next to each other just steps from your room at the Holiday Inn!

 

Florida Keys dive trips

Dive Charter Rates
$80 plus tax
   2-location dive trip including tanks and weights
$85 plus tax    Deep Wreck trip (AOW Cert required)

Your Key Largo dive boat the Sea Dweller III

6-dive package (3 dive trips w/tanks & weights)
$70 plus tax per trip

dive charter Key Largo

10-dive special (5 dive trips w/t&w)
$65 plus tax per trip

 

Key Largo Dive Sites


Molasses Reef

Molasses Reef dive site off Key LargoMolasses Reef is a spur and groove reef system which starts in 20 feet and extends to a depth of around 55 feet. Due to it’s close proximity to the Gulf Stream, Molasses is known to divers for it’s clear blue water.  This is probably the most famous reef in the Keys, and for good reason, as it boasts an impressive abundance and variety of marine fishes, corals and sponges. Also found here are the pelagics like turtles, spotted eagle rays, and Caribbean reef sharks. This is one of our customer’s most popular scuba diving sites.

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French Reef

French reef dive site, florida keys...Key Largo diving.This ever-popular site is popular for it’s swim-through reef formations. French Reef has the largest relief of any of the reefs in the Keys, and consequently, shallow caves have formed in many of the large coral heads allowing for easy passage for scuba divers.  Due to this large coral structure, innumerable fish species reside here, as well as a large population of nurse sharks and moray eels. Christmas Tree Cave, Sand-Bottom Cave, and the Hourglass Cave are the most well-known diving sites on French.

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Spiegel Grove Wreck

The largest artificial reef in the world, the Spiegel Grove sits upright in 130 feet of water. Due to herSpiegel Grove Wreck, Key Largo's best! massive size, 510 feet long by 84 feet wide, you can touch the wreck at about 65 feet.  She is considered one the the premier artificial reefs in the world, and you can’t dive Key Largo and miss it!  Much marine life have made a home of the wreck, with larger pelagics roaming the ship, like resident Goliath Groupers.

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Christ Statue – Key Largo Dry Rocks

Christ Statue dive site the most popular in the world!It doesn’t get any more famous than this…Key Largo Dry Rocks, home to the most well-known underwater object in the world, the “Christ of the Abyss” Statue. Although the statue is a wonderful site to see, it is not the only reason to visit, as the reef surrounding it is a healthy, vibrant attraction in and of itself. Known by divers for it’s giant brain coral specimens, the reef is also alive with an abundance of creatures, many quite tame to human presence.

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Benwood Wreck

Scuba Diving the wreck of the benwoodThe Benwood Wreck is an English-built cargo vessel which went down in the waters off Key Largo during World War II. She was running at night without lights, so as not to be sighted by the German U-Boats, which were suspected of being in the area. The Benwood had a collision with a larger vessel, also running without lights, and the captain ram her aground so he could salvage her cargo. Today, the Benwood rests in a depth of between 25 and 50 feet of water, largely intact, and loaded with marine life.

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Pickles Reef

Key Largo Pickles Reef diving!Pickles Reef is typical of what is know as a “Spur & Groove” reef  formation,  which is a predominant trait in the Key Largo reef track. Pickles offers many low-lying ledges which are home to many of the Moray Eel species such as Golden-tail, Spotted, and Green Morays. This is also a good site to witness cleaning stations, operated by Neon Gobys and Banded Coral Shrimps.

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Snapper Ledge

Dive the best unknown dive site in Key Largo, Snapper Ledge.This reef may be small in size, but not in abundance! Snapper Ledge is one of the liveliest reefs in the Keys, with literally hundreds of schooling fishes including Snappers, Grunts and Goatfishes. Also present are many Moray Eels and Nurse Sharks. You truly feel like you are in an aquarium when diving here!

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 USCG Duane Wreck
The Duane before Scuba Divers knew her!

The largest artificial reef in the world, the Spiegel Grove sits upright in 130 feet of water. Due to her  massive size, 510 feet long by 84 feet wide, you can touch the wreck at about 65 feet.  She is considered one the the premier artificial reefs in the world, and you can’t dive Key Largo and miss it!  Much marine life have made a home of the wreck, with larger pelagics roaming the ship, like resident Goliath Groupers.

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North North Dry Rocks
Scuba diving in Key Largo brings many dive sites for the visitor.

Just to the North of Key Largo Dry Rocks lies this beautiful “mixed” reef.  There are only 3 mooring balls on this reef, and it is often overlooked by divers for it’s more famous sister reef with that…Statue!  That’s a shame, as NNDR has an abundance of both hard and soft corals making it a favorite for divers that are “in the know”!

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 John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

The one and only…the first undersea park in the United States, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park encompasses approximately 70 nautical square miles. Key Largo is referred to as the “Dive Capital of the World” and Pennekamp is it’s heart and soul due to the coral reefs and their associated marine life!

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…and many other great sites!!!

call Sea Dwellers Dive Center of Key Largo toll-free There are many great dive sites in the Key Largo area to dive!  Call us toll-free to discuss other Key Largo diving options!

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