Spanish Anchor Reef – South End of Molasses

Reef Diving in Key Largo with Sail Fish Scuba

Key Largo dive site Spanish Anchor at the far South End of Molasses Reef is fish filled and photographer’s dream site.

Spanish Anchor Reef – South End of Molasses Dive Site Description

At the far South end of Molasses Reef, just at the base of mooring ball number 21 you will find the massive old Spanish Anchor. If you are scuba diving, you will need ascend a bit to get a nice from above view, to make out the Anchor as it is completely coral encrusted.

This end of Molasses Reef tends to get a bit of current, sometimes even making it not dive-able. You might see sea turtles, loggerhead turtles, Reef Sharks, Bull Sharks, Hammerhead Sharks, all sorts of corals and reef fish.

Max. depth:
• 52′

Spanish Anchor Reef – South End of Molasses Additional Information

GPS: 25′ 0.485’N 80’22.602’W

Shallowest depth 28 feet deep, max depth if head East will be 52′ within a dive-able range of the mooring if you are good on your air consumption.

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Spanish Anchor Reef – South End of Molasses in Key Largo