Dive Community to Mark 20th ‘Sink Anniversary’ of Key Largo’s Spiegel Grove
Shallow Keys Reefs Mean Bright Scenery and Bonus Bottom Time
In the Florida Keys, much reef diving is shallow and easily navigable. The only living coral reef in the continental United States lies just a few kicks from the surface in waters as shallow as 5 feet and often only as deep as 50 feet.
Coral Reef Protection Tips for Responsible Divers
Keys Video Advisory - Santa Claus Spotted Diving in the Florida Keys
Islamorada’s I.CARE: A Community-based Approach to Reef Restoration
Coral reefs are considered the rainforests of the oceans, supporting marine life, protecting shorelines and providing food and economic benefits to humans. Along with thousands of the world’s ocean advocates, recreational divers interested in volunteering can participate in protecting this resource through coral restoration.