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Snorkel & Dive

2 trips daily (8AM-12:30PM and 12:45-5:15 PM) to Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary. 2 one-hour stops. Dive, snorkel, or just relax.

Bubble Watcher: $25.95
Snorkel: $39.95, includes mask, fins, snorkel. (Not everybody does.)
Dive: $69.95, includes tanks and weights. (Not everybody does.)
Rental equipment and Guides available for additional fee.
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Wednesday & Saturday (8AM-12:30PM and 12:45-5:15 PM) to the Adolphus Busch artificial reef, part of the Florida Keys Wreck Trek. One dive on the wreck each trip followed by a dive in Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary, or a guided drift dive on the wall. Second wreck dive also available.

Wreck-Reef: $79.95, includes tanks and weights
Wreck-Drift: $99.95, includes tanks, weights, and group guide
Wreck-Wreck: $89.95, includes tanks and weights
Rental equipment and Guides available for additional fee.
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Friday night dives to Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary. Experience a whole new world from the day time. Departure time varies with sunset. Dive, snorkel, or just relax under the stars. One site, 2 tanks, 1.5 hours dive time offered.

Bubble Watcher: $25.95
Snorkel: $49.95, includes mask, fins, snorkel
Dive: $79.95, includes tanks and weights
Rental equipment and Guides available for additional fee
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All of our boats are fully US Coast Guard equipped and inspected and operated by well- trained, experienced, and licensed crews. Kokomo Cat II, a 48-foot Corinthian Catamaran and the newest in the Keys! Roomy and stable even with a full load of divers and snorkelers. Marine toilet, freshwater shower, food and drink concession. Inner Space III, a 26-foot Privateer for 6 passengers. Ideal for smaller groups. Food and drink concession.
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See what scuba diving is all about in this one-day “resort” course. A little bit of classroom, a little bit of pool work, and then off to experience the underwater world at Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary with your instructor.
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Most responsible dive operators won’t take you out if it’s been more than 24 months since your last dive. If you need to shake off the cobwebs and get back in your dive groove, or just become a better diver, this course gives you a brief academic update, refreshes all the basic dive skills in the pool, and then an open water dives with your instructor. Class starts at 9:00 AM and includes tanks and weights, academics, pool time, and open water dive in the afternoon.
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Policies

24 hour cancellation policy. No-shows will be charged. Certification cards required. All divers must have been diving within the last 24 months or take a scuba refresher course. All dive groups must have at least one underwater timing device within the group. Wreck dives require a dive computer and gloves. Drift dives require a dive computer and Surface Marker Buoy. Night dives require at least one dive light and a personal marker light. No solo diving is allowed from our boats.