Key Largo Dry Rocks

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Key Largo Dry Rocks
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This inner bank reef is characterized by shallow water (depth range 1 to 25 feet,) calm seas and good visibility, and features the nine-foot, 4000 pound bronze statue "Christ of the Abyss."
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chpkb
Crystal River, FL85 contributions
Aug 2019
this was one of three reefs that we visited. saw lots of fish and beautiful coral in good shape. enjoyed the trip.
Written 14 August 2019
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Kim F
St. Petersburg, FL29 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
The status was a lot of fun. We saw some pretty big grouper right at the base. It was a nice easy dive for a young diver.
Written 26 July 2018
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becky2u2018
Wilmington, NC4 contributions
Jun 2018 • Family
Have snorkeled this reef a few times. There’s quite a variety of tropical fish, coral, and other marine life. Saw an octopus on recent trip and an eel years ago.
Written 27 June 2018
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Linda C
Jacksonville, FL80 contributions
Jul 2017 • Family
This reef is filled with many different kinds of fish. Had so much fun snorkeling with the kids and hanging out on our raft.
Written 15 January 2018
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tinan222
Hancock, NY43 contributions
Oct 2017 • Family
This reef is a great place to get up close to many different things that reefs in the Key Largo area has to offer. You will see anything from the smallest fish up to sharks at this reef. There usually is not much current but it can roll at times. Love snorkeling here because it is so shallow that it offers many great picture opportunities. Go slow and you will be amazed at all there is to see here at this reef.
The reef held up well to hurricane Irma thank goodness!
Written 30 October 2017
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ScubaInstructor
Langhorne, PA96 contributions
Jun 2017 • Family
Great area to dive with experience and beginner divers The reef was tremendous and the people at Horizon Divers were a great added help on the dive.
Written 30 June 2017
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blweiler
Ann Arbor, MI55 contributions
Feb 2017 • Friends
Good but not as great as the sites around Molasses Reef. Worth it if you have extra time/$. Otherwise, prioritize exploring Molasses.
Written 6 March 2017
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Sandaallen
71 contributions
Jul 2016 • Family
Don't forget you can start learning at the Cannon Beach first. Great for families. Be aware this place may get overcrowded on holidays.
Written 27 January 2017
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BrentCapAmericaSmith
Kechi, KS17 contributions
Jul 2016 • Friends
Good amount of wild life so good for underwater photography. Not much of a current usually, so nice relaxing dive.
Written 17 January 2017
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Readontheroad
49 contributions
Jan 2017 • Family
Went on a snorkel trip with SunDivers, on a calm day with some haze. Our 3pm trip was pretty clear when we got in the water, over the course of the hour plus trip the visibility went from very good to fair (the sun did get much hazier, which may have caused it). There were some big, beautiful coral heads, lots of fans, and some lovely purple plants about 4+ feet, as well as quite a variety of fish, a couple about 5 feet long, ranging down to little tiny inch long guys. Saw several schools of fish, the yellow ones about a foot long numbered in the hundreds! You do have to be careful in places to keep your feet up away from the coral (the name dry rocks means these can be quite close too the surface) but a very accessible (by boat) easy place for great snorkeling.
Written 8 January 2017
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