John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is the United States first underwater National Park. The park consists of a 25 mile long stretch, covering over 70 nautical miles in the Upper Florida Keys. Sea Dwellers is proud to be a Blue Star Operator, as well as Coral Restoration Foundation partner in which we donate our boats to coral restoration, Goal Clean Seas cleanups, and do our part to ensure the reefs are protected for future generations! We are proud to take you to various sites within John Pennekamp State Park including Molasses Reef, French Reef, The Christ of The Abyss Statue, Grecian Rocks, and many others! The reefs we visit were formed from over 5,000 years old limestone, and consist of a mix of 80 species of stony and soft coral, and is home to 100s of species of fish. John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park very often delivers animals such as parrotfish, spiny lobster, rays and eagle rays, and sea turtles, nurse sharks and barracuda.