Dive & Snorkel Sites in Key Largo & the Upper Florida Keys
The diving capital of the World, Key Largo and the Upper Keys most centrally located dive shop, Sail Fish Scuba has the best access to the over 60 marked dive/snorkel sites. Plus we are currently searching for new deeper reef sites, and possible wreck sites.
We visit all dive sites from North of Elbow Reef, off Key Largo mile marker 107, the entire way down to Snapper Reef off Tavernier Key mile marker 90 ~ which is more than any other dive shop in the Florida Keys.
At Sail Fish Scuba, our first booking on any giving trip, of any given day gets to pick 1 of the 2 sites ( weather permitting ) that our tour will go to for that trip! Yep, we love your opinion that much! So if you want to have some say in where you will be diving each day, give our shop a call plenty in advance of your dive vacation to the Fl. Keys and let us know what all you would like to dive!
Our sites range from shallow ( Macro Photography Dream Sites ) snorkeling sites with max depth 15 feet deep filled with Corals, reef fish, Nudibranchs, Pelagic Tunicates, Sand Dollars, Sea Anemones, Shrimps, Flatworms, Sea Slugs, and much more ~ To the deepest of the shipwrecks in the Florida Keys, The Bibb with max depth 138 feet deep.
Max depth 32 feet.
Great location for all levels of divers and snorkelers alike. Amazing corals and lots of schools of fish!
There are so many mooring balls at this site, it would take you at least six two tank trips to see the entire reef system! Request a ” double dip ” when booking and you won’t be sorry!
There are a few memorials placed to former Scuba Instructors whose ashes were placed here over the years. Shallowest 23 feet deep Max depth 43 feet. Some huge sponge formations, often see Nurse sharks & Reef sharks. Lots of Blade Coral, Branching Coral, Elkhorn corals, and staghorn corals. Slow down and you may find a few large colorful Giant anemones among the living coral reef and crawling in the sandy areas a few Florida Horse Conch, Florida Fighting Conch, and maybe a Queen Conch. Please remember all Conch are protected in Florida, so look but don’t touch or take.
As with all dive sites at Molasses Reef, you may come across some signs of old shipwrecks
The boulder reef is covered in colorful anemones.