For those who enjoy spending their vacations frolicking beneath the surface of the ocean and exploring unique underwater worlds, Key West diving is unquestionably one of the best ways in the world to do just that. The coral reef, located just off the coast, is the only living coral barrier reef in the United States. Divers will find thousands of unique animal and plant species that call the reef “home.” Amidst lush coral gardens, visitors will also capture breathtaking views of hundreds of colorful reef fish species that are simply indescribable. Combine the picturesque underwater marine life with unbelievably clear waters, it is no wonder that diving in Key West is one of the best experiences anywhere off the coast of America.
Whether they are avid history buffs or simply enjoy the change of scenery, divers also flock to Key West to fill their passion for scouting shipwrecks. The waters of Key West are some of the richest for ship-searching with many wrecks dating back hundreds of years. One of the world’s most impressive and accessible dive sites due to its close proximity to the ocean’s surface, the USNS Gen. Hoyt S. Vanderberg sunk on May 27, 2009 to become the largest artificial reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and the second largest in the world. Marine life continues to colonize the wreck, and the ship is now home to reef and pelagic fish as well as other species of marine animals and plants.
Includes 3-morning wreck and reef dives with instructor to complete required deep, wreck and underwater navigation sessions. Choose from peak-performance-buoyancy or underwater naturalist to complete your Advanced Certification. All gear and instruction included. Books and PIC card extra.
The daily afternoon dive boards at 1:00pm and is a two tank trip. Both dives are reef locations with depths ranging from 15 to 40 feet at the living coral reef. This trip is perfect for families with divers and snorkelers due to the varying depths. Our dive in a day program uses this afternoon dive so the rest of the party can go along to dive, snorkel, or bubble watch.
Snorkeling is one of the main attractions that draws thousands of visitors to the tiny southernmost island of Key West every year. Our spacious catamaran vessel provides our guests with a comfortable and easy ride through the clear-blue waters of the Gulf out to the coral reef areas for a one of a kind snorkeling experience.
IF YOU'VE ALREADY BEGUN your dive education? Let lost reefs's friendly, experienced instructors assist you to complete your certification. The Open Water Check-out dives are done on two afternoon dive trips. It includes all equipment and instuction to finish your certification.
Not quite ready to get your scuba diving certification? The Key West Discover Scuba Diving Resort Course Dive allows you to dive without a certification. After receiving full diving instructions and practicing with a confined dive, you will be able to join us on a full two-tank dive. Learn what it is like to breathe underwater with our Discover Scuba Diving Resort Course Dive
If you are an outdoors kind of person, the Island Ting tour is the tour for you. Combining sailing, snorkeling, and kayaking, the Island Ting takes you to the most beautiful natural areas surrounding Key West Florida. Our boat is a spacious and luxurious 41-foot sailing catamaran yacht that transports a maximum of 20 passengers through the calm blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Over 2 years since you last went diving? Do you want to freshen up on your skills? Let our friendly, experienced instructors get you up to date with a morning refresher course. After the refresher you're able to put your skills to work on an afternoon 2-Tank reef dive, if you choose.
Snuba is an easy and fun way to venture into the undersea environment off the coast of Key West, Florida. You can dive up to twenty feet below the water's surface using our breathing tube, which is a long hose that connects to an air supply on a raft above.
Each day we start out heading to the Vandenberg, a 520' recon ship, for a 2 tank dive. Diving depths on this dive are around 85' and both tanks will be spent enjoying a scenic exploration of the Hoyt S. Vandenberg.
Get your professional scuba certification. If you’ve always wanted to learn how to scuba dive, discover new adventures or simply see the wondrous world beneath the waves, this is where it starts. The Open Water Diver course is the world’s most popular scuba course, and has introduced millions of people to the adventurous diving lifestyle.
Join us on our unforgettable 3-hour journey out to the reef with our Rum and Reggae Sunset and Snorkel Cruise. This tour combines snorkeling on the reef with the dreamlike experience of watching the sun as it sets on the horizon of the Gulf of Mexico.Our Rum and Reggae Sunset and Snorkel Cruise sets out to sea every afternoon, offering plenty of snorkel time and relaxing time.
Swim and snorkel in the shallow turquoise waters of the marine sanctuary. See dolphins, tropical fish, turtles, stingrays, patch reefs, sponge gardens, and coral. Refreshments and snorkel equipment are provided. Just bring your bathing suit and towel to enjoy this 4hr nature tour.