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Snorkeling in Key West

Discussion in 'Snorkeling / Freediving' started by TimsR, Mar 14, 2020.

  1. TimsR

    TimsR Garibaldi

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    Any decent snorkeling from shore in and around Key West or any recommended off shore excursions?
    We are flying into Key West and not renting a car, so looking for recommendations in close to Key West.

    Thanks,
    Tim
     
  2. Steve_C

    Steve_C Divemaster

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    Few years ago while in Key west I took a snorkeling charter. Went out and snorkeled around a small sand island. Was pleasant. Clear water. Saw a small hammerhead. On way back saw a big ray jump. Nice day on the water. Do not remember it as spectacular.
     
  3. divad

    divad Solo Diver

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    ........I meant NO....just trying to be polite
     
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  4. Suppresst

    Suppresst Angel Fish

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    I have been to Key West a great many times. I believe it is like most of the rest of the islands - to see anything worthwhile you have get on a boat and travel out to barrier reefs. Although, when I lived in Keys I would often snorkel off shore just to see little fishes, etc,. Not spectacular, but relaxing.
     
  5. Dusty123

    Dusty123 Angel Fish

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    Go up to Ramrod Key and go out on Looe Keys boat its marine sanctuary and 5-25ft deep.
     
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