Come along with us and be greeted by sergeant majors, yellow tail snappers and chubs even before you get in the water. In the Atlantic ocean just a few feet away from the boat, get ready to observe our favorite sea turtles, eagle rays, rainbow parrotfish, grouper, damselfish, barracuda, hogfish, lobster, nurse shark, hard corals, soft coral, sea fans, sea plumes and so much more...
Photographers will find the underwater life from Key Largo to Islamorada as some of the most prolific and varied of any coral reef in the world.
We run 3 snorkel adventure tours every day as long as the weather permits us to do so. All gear included OR you can bring your own.
Tours starting at:
9am to 11:30am - 1 hour of snorkel time
12:30pm to 4:30 pm - 2 hours of snorkel time (2 locations)
5:30pm to 8:30pm - 1 hour of snorkel time plus a sunset cruise
- CANCELLATION POLICY -
FULL REFUND WITH 24 HOUR NOTICE OR IN CASE OF BAD WEATHER
Hen & Chickens
FAVORITE LOCAL REEFS
Snorkel in the shallow, near shore waters of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park and Is/amorada. Home to the ONLY living coral barrier reef in North America, and the third largest living coral reef in the world!
White Bank Dry Rocks
Consist of two shallow reef patches connected by a sandy channel in The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. This cool turtle Pete lives there too.
Hen and Chickens
Shallow coral reef within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. For a while in the 20th century it was marked by the Hen and Chickens Shoal Light. It lies just southwest of Plantation A wreck of an old steam ship can be found here also.
It surrounds a patch reef of clustered corals that resemble chicks around a mother hen. 24*56'07"N 080*32'55"W
Molasses Reef is a popular scuba diving and snorkeling location with numerous dive sites marked by mooring buoys.
One notable site is at buoy #7 and is variously referred to as the Winch Hole, Windlass Wreck, or The Winch. Here lies the large mechanical winch from the Slobadana, a 170-foot wooden hulled schooner that sank in 1887 after only three years in service.
Davis Reef is a coral reef just southeast of Plantation Key located in the National Marine
Sanctuary. Home of well developed gorgonians, or soft corals know as sea rods, sea whips, sea feather and sea fans. There's also a tiny Buddha sitting in the sand. 24*55'19"N 080*30'15"W
Cheeca Rocks is a shallow coral reef (patch reef) located within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. It lies approximately one mile to the southeast of Upper Matecumbe Key.
The protected reef is located four nautical miles offshore and is trademarked by the black and white lighthouse present within the reef. With a variety of aquatic species present, this reef is ideal for beginning snorkelers and divers; some parts of the reef lie at a depth of only eight feet.