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Key West Snorkeling Sebago Catamarans          

Call  Mike  9am to 9 pm    Toll Free  305-849-1470        In town call 305-849-1470
 


Key West Snorkeling
 

Sebago Catamarans Snorkeling

Whether you're coming to Key West for relaxation or fun in the sun, Sebago Catamarans of Key West has just the activity for you

Your snorkeling adventure includes:

Sailing on the only live coral reef in the U.S.

Professional snorkel instruction

Sanitized snorkel gear

Fresh water shower

 

Enjoy snorkeling onboard the Sebago while in Key West
 

Enjoy complimentary beer, wine, and soft drinks on every cruise

 

 

 

Total Excursion lasts 3 1/2 hours, morning and afternoon departures

Sebago Catamarans

Sailing, snorkeling, or just watching the sunset... our custom catamarans set sail several times a day

Snorkel / Sailing Adventures
Call Mike for current prices and discounts 305-849-1470
Snorkeling / Sunset Combo
Times vary between summer and winter
call for exact time.

 

FAQ's about Where do you go snorkeling?
These answers are general about Snorkeling and not specific to this vendor.

Most all snorkeling trips take you to Sand Key Reef. It is located about six miles south of Key West
Sailing out their takes about 20 minuets give or take some. The reef partially comes out of the water
during low tides. The island is home to a lighthouse the original brick lighthouse was destroyed in 1846.
The one you see now was built in 1853 and is a historical site. The island itself changes in size an shape
according to the weather. It is made up of small shells and crushed coral. Gullies and rock fingers best
describe the reef surrounding the island. Close to the island you snorkel above elk coral reaching up toward
the surface plus patch reefs. Giving you a good variety of corals to see. There is also a good variety of
sea life to check out. Just some of what you may see are barracuda, grouper, parrot fish, nurse shark and
loggerhead turtles for a few. You never know what you may see. Be sure to take along an underwater camera
Being this is where most of the snorkeling trips go to there is usually quite a few other snorkelers there.
Here are a couple videos shot at Sand Key they will only give a sample of what you will find..

 

Key West Snorkeling Sebago Catamarans