Ocean Divers  

Key Largo,  FL 
United States
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Key Largo: The Tropical Island You Can Drive To!

Ocean Divers offers daily dive and snorkel trips to the reefs of Pennekamp State Park and the Florida National Marine Sanctuary. With the shortest run to the reef and an updated fleet of Newton Dive boats, Ocean Divers is the premier choice to enjoy time in the "Dive Capital of the World". We offer daily wreck dives to the USCG Duane and Spiegel Grove and are Rebreather friendly. Ask about our unique trips for Triple Tank Wreck Dives, Lionfish and Lobster collection expeditions, Freediving, Spearfishing, and more! We welcome Groups and Private Charter Trips to those wanting to customized dive, snorkel, or spearfishing experiences in the incredible Florida Keys. Trips@OceanDivers.com


Brands: Dive, Snorkel, Freedive & Spearfishing Trips in Key Largo, Florida!


  • Triple Tank Spearfishing Trip
    Calling all underwater hunters!...

  • Happy Hunter Spearfishing Trip

    Calling all underwater hunters! Join us on our monthly adventure as we take you to our favorite top-secret reef locations in the Upper Keys! Occasionally we’ll even drift a deep wall if conditions allow. Whether it's fish, lobster, or lionfish that you're after we welcome you aboard! We'll do our best to make sure everybody goes goes home with a tasty fresh-caught  dinner! As always, we put safety first so you must dive with a buddy. We cap this trip at 6 buddy teams: 12 max on board so be sure to reserve early!  

    This special trip includes three cylinders of 32% Nitrox or air and is 5 hours in length.

  • Triple Tank Wreck Trek
    Dive THREE famous wrecks of the Florida Keys!...

  • Triple Tank Wreck Trek

    Check out our famous ‘Wreck Trek’ as we visit THREE unique artificial wrecks of The Florida Keys— all in one day. These sites may include the USCGC Duane, Spiegel Grove, USCGC Bibb, or Eagle. Occasionally we’ll even drift a deep wall if conditions allow. Rebreather divers and traditional scuba divers welcome. Rebreather divers are responsible for their own their personal equipment, and will need to present their rebreather credentials. This special trip includes three cylinders of 32% Nitrox or air and is 5 hours in length. 

  • Lobster Season Diving
    Florida Lobster Season is here! Experience the excitement of lobster diving with the local pros! ...

  • Lobster Diving Trips

    Are you ready for Lobster Season? It's practically a holiday here in the state of Florida! 
    This 2-tank lobster dive will takes place on top-secret sites outside of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and Pennekamp State Park. Gear Up before you get in with proper lobster gear to keep you safe and help bring dinner home.  If you're a first timer, no worries— we've got you covered and have compiled a list of our staff's Top Picks for your reference. 

    All guests are required to follow Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission rules and regulations and hold a Saltwater Fishing License with Lobster Stamp.

  • Carysfort Lighthouse & Elbow Reef
    Explore some cool new sites with us on this extended day trip to Carysfort Lighthouse and Elbow Reef. Spend your Sunday afternoon with us on this unique trip!...

  • Carysfort Lighthouse & Elbow Reef

    Take an extended trip on this unique adventure! This 2-tank dive trip will explore two different reefs where you'll have impressive views and photo ops of the Lighthouse. We'll travel about an hour each way to the dive sites while you relax and enjoy awesome sightseeing and views that are unique only to this location. This trip is approximately 5 hours in duration. Depending on the conditions, other unique sites you may experience on this extended trip could include City of Washington and/or The Horseshoe which are equally impressive. 

    The Carysfort Lighthouse marks the main body of the four mile long Carysfort Reef system. The lighthouse is the oldest functioning lighthouse of its type in the United States. It's an impressive 112 foot tall structure constructed in 1852. The lighthouse lies six miles off of Key Largo. Diving and snorkeling near and around the lighthouse is fantastic with good visibility, magnificent coral and plenty of fish. Carysfort Reef surrounding the lighthouse is one of the best developed reef systems in the Keys, and contains a wide variety of reef features including well-developed stands of elkhorn coral. Reef development is enhanced by the water quality, temperature, and salinities of the Gulf Stream, which sweeps close to the seaward edge of the reef. Located ENE of the tower is "Carysfort Trench"  a beautiful wall of Staghorn, Brain, and Sheet corals. The wall drops 65-80 feet to a sandy bottom. Five cannons from the 1800s rest in 15 feet of water approximately 1/2 mile to the north of the tower. And two large anchors thought to be from an 1800s frigate rest in 30-40 feet of water four hundred yards NNW of the tower.

    At Elbow Reef the depth range runs approximately 15 – 85 ft. This reef sits a bit out of line from the rest of the reefs in Key Largo. The first benefit to this, is that Elbow Reef is in the clear, blue waters where the Gulf Stream shifts closer to Florida. As a result of this, the Elbow nearly always has good visibility. Queen, French and gray angelfish frequent the area. You will also see prominent coral ridges, sand channels and lower-profile star and brain corals.

  • Reef Dives
    Explore our favorite reefs in Pennekamp State Park and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. This is the quintessential Florida Keys dive. See just why we love it here!...

  • 2-Tank Reef Dives

    We’re lucky to have a expansive variety of dive sites are just a short boat ride away! Our reef dives are generally on Molasses Reef , Elbow Reef, or French Reef located within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and Pennekamp State Park. These protected areas offer opportunity for encounters with turtles, southern stingrays, goliath groupers, among many other native species. These special reefs are part of the 3rd largest living reef system in the world and the ONLY living coral reef in the US. Come experience just why we love living and working here!