Florida Keys Dive Sites

Key Largo Dive Sites

Sail Fish Scuba Dive Shop – Florida Keys

Key Largo is the diving capital of the World. Sail Fish Scuba in the Upper Florida Keys is the most centrally located dive shop with the best access to over 60 marked dive/snorkel sites. Plus we are always searching for new, deeper reef sites and possible wreck sites.

Just a few of the dive sites we visit in the Florida Keys are listed below. We continue to explore, map and research new sites via our very own Key Largo Diving Club.

Check out some of our actual dives!

We visit all dive sites from North of Elbow Reef, off Key Largo mile marker 107, the entire way down to Snapper Reef off Tavernier Key mile marker 90 ~ which is more than any other dive shop in the Florida Keys.

At Sail Fish Scuba, our first booking on any giving trip, of any given day gets to pick 1 of the 2 sites (weather permitting) that our tour will go to for that trip! Yep, we love your opinion that much! So if you want to have some say in where you will be diving each day, give our shop a call plenty in advance of your dive vacation to the Fl. Keys and let us know what all you would like to dive!

Our sites range from shallow (Macro Photography Dream Sites) snorkeling sites with max depth 15 feet deep filled with Corals, reef fish, Nudibranchs, Pelagic Tunicates, Sand Dollars, Sea Anemones, Shrimps, Flatworms, Sea Slugs, and much more ~ To the deepest of the shipwrecks in the Florida Keys, The Bibb with max depth 138 feet deep.

Shipwreck Sites

Scuba Diving in Key Largo with Sail Fish Scuba

Artificial Reefs

These are wrecks that were purpose-sunk to become recreational dive sites and new, artificial reef systems that foster marine life.

Historic Wrecks

Historic wrecks are ships that came to grief on the Florida Keys reefs. Naturally, they sit in shallower water than the artificial reefs and they do not have intact structures that divers can swim through. In many cases, they are simply debris fields.

Reef Sites

Scuba Diving in Key Largo with Sail Fish Scuba

The Third Largest Barrier Reef in the World

The reason Key Largo is the Dive Capital of the World is because its extraordinary reef system is a protected National Marine Sanctuary, which ensures a very robust population of marine life.

Molasses Reef Dive Sites

Scuba Diving in Key Largo with Sail Fish Scuba

Training Sites

Confined water training is conducted at the world-famous Jules Lagoon.

Jules Lagoon

When the winds are blowing too hard to go out to sea, or when we need confined water for training purposes, you just can’t do better than Jules Lagoon. Less than a mile from the dive shop, this cordoned canal area offers underwater training platforms, artifacts to discover and the only underwater hotel in North America. With a maximum depth of 25 feet, the lagoon can be used for confined water and open water training, so you never have to delay your certification due to windy weather.

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Fuel Surcharge

FUEL Surcharge Per Person / Per Trip effective as of 1 April 2022

*Rider, Snorkel guest, Scuba guests, Scuba Instruction Students, Multiple Trip Scuba Guests, this applies to each person boarding the boat.

We hope this Fuel Price Spike ends soon, but at this time – this is the only way we can continue to afford to operate.

Notice: As of 29 April 2022, No one is permitted to use any Full Face Mask while on tours with our company for SCUBA Diving OR Snorkeling. * Sorry, zero exceptions to this policy.

If you cancel your booked tour less than 48 hours of your scheduled check-in time OR you are a NO-SHOW for your booked tour, you will be held to payment in full for the booked tour.

Any cancellations more than 48 hours before scheduled check-in time will have payments refunded.

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