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- The Spiegel Grove is by far my favorite deep wreck in Key Largo. I dive her as often as I can and charter with Horizon Divers as they cater to all levels of divers. The Spiegel is absolutely huge and covered in beautiful coral and often visited by all types of marine animals. You can enjoy a recreational dive staying outside of the ship or adventure into some of the well lit swim throughs. Just an amazing experience and something new to see on every dive.Written 17 July 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This was one of our stops on our snorkeling tour with Silent World. great visibility and lots to see, beautiful waterWritten 16 December 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Florida's reefs have been horribly blasted over the years. North Dry Rocks has weathered this ordeal better than most. Lots to see and the shallow depth means lots of time to see it.Written 25 June 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- def enjoyed this experience and would return just for the ride. it was also nice to see sea life under water, coral reef and diff types of fish.Written 20 March 2019
- As Florida reefs go, this is not too bad. There is an abundance of fish and some interesting geography. At these depths, bottom times of 50 to 60 minutes are common.Written 25 June 2023
- In the PADI system, this dive requires a deep diver specialty as pretty much all of it is below 100'. (30 metres). The bottom is about 135' and for those who venture that far you may be reward by the sight of a Goliath grouper by shining your dive light under the hull. The starboard side of the wreck lies on the bottom and and the port side is on top, so it requires great care and knowledge of procedures for those who venture inside. There's lots to see on the outside of the wreck and today we saw a large southern stingray in the sand and the Goliath was out and about prowling not to far from the deck. It is perhaps the largest one I've ever seen.
Being on it's side and so deep it is one of the less visited of the main wrecks available to divers in the area. There are sometimes strong currents but today there was none. It is close to the more popular (and upright) sister ship "Duane".
Definitely worth the visit.Written 17 April 2019
- we did the Caymen Salvage as our second wreck dive. It was great and had lots of life on it.
The visibility shifted really quickly and we ended the dive pretty soon after but I really liked what I got to seeWritten 22 September 2014
- Went there last summer just me and my husband in our boat...has an awesome time while we snorkel and catch some lobsters...Written 10 December 2019