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Ocean Divers

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Key Largo, FL, USA
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About Ocean Divers
Ocean Divers is a scuba diving, snorkeling and water sport destination in Key Largo. Our boats leave the docks of the Marriott Key Largo to visit the reefs and wrecks of Key Largo. Come rent stand-up paddleboards, waverunners, kayaks. Come do an eco tour or a sunset cruise! Fly high above Key Largo parasailing and get a 20 mile view. Seize the deep!
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Brett Galambos wrote a review Sep 2020
Collegeville, Pennsylvania214 contributions76 helpful votes
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We had a nice diving experience with Ocean Divers and Rainbow reef divers exploring the Spiegel Grove. The Charter staff were professional and very helpful n this occasion. We cannot wait to go diving with them again on our future dives. Brett Galambos and Joyce
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Date of experience: August 2020
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381danielp wrote a review Aug 2019
Miami, Florida11 contributions4 helpful votes
I have dove with Ocean divers for 30 years. When the Captain Crunch couldn’t get it’s engine started, I was the one who used my dive knife to jump the starter to get us in. That was before the Captain Crunch sank out on Molassas Reef obviously. Now, one of their captains, made the decision to anchor their boat on top of my fishing boats anchor ball and drop his dive ladder onto my anchor. Divers were put into the water with my chum bag while we were fishing which is not the safest thing to do. Besides ruining our fishing spot that we had been on for a couple of hours, we had to deal with divers underneath our boat. They could have been caught by our fishing lines. One snorkeler reported seeing sharks. It’s not safe to put snorkelers and divers into a fishing boats chum line and fishing lines. It’s unethcal, unsafe, and showed poor judgement no matter how badly the Ocean Divers captain wanted to take the fishing boats spot. The Coast Guard licenses captains and educates them making a course and exam to train and certify them. Ocean Divers needs to be careful what captains they hire and promote safety so divers are not injured. I would not dive with this operation.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Jo S wrote a review Aug 2019
Miami, Florida3 contributions3 helpful votes
Do NOT book with these guys. They are NOT safe. They have no concern for the safety of their divers or snorkelers. We were fishing on Pickles Reef off of Key Largo tied up to an anchor ball when Tropical Serenity anchored literally 20 feet in front of us. They had to shorten their safety ball in order not to get tangled in our line attached to the anchor ball. They let their divers sit under our engines and chum bag. Snorkelers were all around our boat. This is NOT safe. We could have hooked one of their divers and/or chopped one up if we started our engines. The law is to keep 300 feet away from a boat displaying a dive flag. They parked about 20 feet from us. Do NOT dive with these guys. They are an accident waiting to happen. There are plenty of other places this boat could have gone. Stay away from this operation. [I would love to post a video to show you exactly how close they came to our boat, but apparently this site only takes stills].
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Bill M wrote a review Sep 2018
Williamsport, Pennsylvania227 contributions53 helpful votes
Booked a bunch of dives about 6 weeks prior to our trip, but only a few days before the merger. A few days before we were to arrive was informed they no longer do night dives on the days we booked. Not impressed with such late notice, we scrambled to find another operator. We did end up doing a night dive with them later in the week and glad we did, though that was due more to the location (Molasses Reef) than the dive shop - The boat held about 10-15 divers (and could accommodate more), so this is not an intimate experience. To their credit, they split the group among 2 dive masters, so we were with only about 4 others most of the dive. Also, the captains safety briefing and the briefing about the dive were good. Perhaps this was just a result of the normal problems inherent to business mergers.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Pamela c wrote a review Jun 2018
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Rainbow Reef was an excellent experience from every aspect. The dive boats were in very good condition, the staff very upbeat and friendly, the level of safety off the charts, and the dive sites couldn't have been better! I highly recommend this operation to all level of divers.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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