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By Clyde Powell

 


Key West Scuba Diving Aloha    


Scuba Diving Key West with AlohaScuba Diving in Key West
Aloha

Call Mike for current prices and discounts 305-849-1470

Key West Scuba Diving
Legendary Diving in Key West. Key West has its own spur-and-groove reefs with abundant coral and plentiful marine life at sites like Nine-Foot Stake, Lost Reef, Western Dry Rocks and the Sambos (Eastern, Western and Middle).



There are two prime shipwrecks in Key West: the Cayman Salvage Master, a 187-foot Coast Guard buoy tender sunk in April of 1985; and the 75-foot vessel dubbed Joe's Tug. Coming soon will be the Vandenberg, a 520-foot behemoth of a ship that will make a stunning artificial reef, eclipsing even Key Largo's massive Spiegel Grove by 10 feet.

Scuba Diving with Aloha

Water Conditions: Diving is year-round. The best conditions are from May to September, with relatively calm seas and good vis—except during tropical storms and hurricanes.



Visibility: On clear days, visibility soars to 120 feet, but averages are closer to 60 to 80 feet. Winter storms can stir up chop, and along the shallow reefs visibility can drop to 30 feet or less, but when the storms pass, visibility can improve with just a couple of tidal shifts.

Water Temperatures: Range from the 70Fs in mid-winter to 80Fs in summer.
Marine Life: There are more than 600 varieties of fish in Keys waters. Many of the reefs are literally crawling with spiny lobster and crabs, and it's not uncommon for divers to encounter stingrays, nurse sharks and spotted and green moray eels.

Call Mike for current prices and discounts 305-849-1470

     *Banana Boat (3 person minimum)
     *O'Brien WaterSkis
     *O'Brien Wakeboard 


Clyde's Key West Scuba Diving


Prices are subject to change   Give Mike a call for the current pricing