Snapper Ledge (15-30 ft.): A long ledge comprised of various sites. Turtles, rays, and (obviously) substantial schools of snapper. Great site for a little bit of everything.Read more
Pickle’s Reef (10-25 ft.): Ideal for macro photographers because of the many small critters. Very pretty reef that includes cement barrels from a civil war wreck.Read more
Molasses Reef (15 – 35 ft.):The best known and most popular site in John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Noted for lots of fish, many star coral heads, regal stands of Elkhorn coral, The “Winch Hole,” and a Galleon anchor.Read more
French Reef (30 – 80 ft.): Known for its varying structure including multiple swim-throughs. Large coral heads play host to large pelagic fish.Read more
Conch Reef (50-110 ft.): The home of a number of sites. Conch Wall is noted for huge barrel sponges and large marine life.Read more
Once a week or by request we do our shark awareness dive. This dive is to educate about and experience sharks. Here in the Keys its mostly nurse sharks, but occasionally bulls, reefs or hammers will come in. Shallow patch reef in 25 ft of water. Be ready to hang with a bunch of nurses!Read more
Shallow reef known for its purple sea fans.
A shallow patch reef beaming with life.