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Dive sites nearby

Jeri’s Joint

A spur and groove reef interspersed with large coral heads known for its defining sand channel (the joint) running through it. Typical depths range from 35ft (10m) to 65ft (20m).

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Late For Lunch Reef

As the name would imply, a great dive site to take in on the way back from some of the farther sites. Shallow enough for safe offgassing but with lots of critters!

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Jumpin Mack

A deeper reef site with several uncommon species. 40-65’ (13-20m) with a nice range of coral. Located just off the southern tip of Islamorada. Suitable for all level of divers.

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Maze

Within easy reach of Islamorada dive shops, this site is a uniquely shaped patch reef with lots of interesting macro opportunities. There is even a resident turtle named Steve.

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Hamm

This small patch reef is surprisingly packed full of life. In addition to huge schools of tropical fish, you will find sharks, eels, lobsters, crabs and more under the ledges on the outskirts of the reef.

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Captain Arnos Reef

Huge schools of rainbow, midnight, and blue parrotfish off the west side. You will typically find green eels and nurse sharks under the ledges of this patch reef.

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Captain Grumpy

While we don’t know the story behind the name of this site, we definitely don’t know how anyone could be grumpy after seeing the huge schools of yellowtail snapper, tomtates, eels of all types including spotted, green and viper, numerous nurse sharks, and lobsters.

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Victory Reef

Deeper than some of the other coral reefs, Victory Reef has spur and groove formations and a natural “V“ shape which provides different scuba diving adventures. If you swim northeast you will drop off the wall, and if you swim southwest you will have a 50-60 foot dive.

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Crater Jr.

30-50’ – Not as deep as Crater but with similar features with a sandy area surrounded by spur and groove coral fingers. One of the few places we have seen batfish.

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Eagle Wreck

Built in Holland in 1962, the Eagle is 269 feet in length. The freighter was intentionally sunk in December of 1985 and can be found at 70-110 feet. Hurricane Georges split her hull in two in 1998.

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