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October 18, 2008
From journal The Fabulous Florida Keys
September 26, 2008
August 7, 2006
From journal Key Largo with the family 2006
Key Largo, Florida
November 28, 2005
From journal Underwater Adventure
newcastle, United Kingdom
May 2, 2005
From journal Travelling Florida
April 27, 2005
Try the snorkeling or diving (or glass-bottom boat) to really see the great aquatic life at this very special park.
From journal Ft. Lauderdale Vacation
Bossier City, Louisiana
July 15, 2004
We went on the 12:15 PM tour and had not eaten lunch beforehand. I have a few suggestions if you plan to go. Call ahead for reservations and be there to pick your tickets up an hour before tour time. If you go on the 12:15 P M tour take your lunch and drinks to eat on the way out to the reef as it takes about 45 minutes. Do not worry about trying to get a good seat when you first get on the boat, because you will not stay in the same seat when you get to the reef. Riding on the front of the boat for the trip out or back is exhilarating with the wind blowing in your face and an occasional salt spray. We could see the different colors in the water—turquoise, dark blue and other variations. Egrets sat on poles and watched us go by.
From journal Fort Lauderdale in July
May 31, 2004
The first site was the "Gardens", probably about 16 feet at its deepest point. We saw large formations of brain coral and some big fish. There were many barracuda ranging in size from less than a foot to about four feet long. A school of about 10 Tarpon swam by, which were pretty big and we just caught a glimpse of a spotted ray that was probably about six feet from wingtip to wingtip.
The second dive was at " White Sands". Depth was more like 10 feet here, with smaller coral heads, but there were far more interesting underwater landscapes. Colorful sponges and coral were everywhere, and tropical fish looked even brighter than usual because they stood out against the white sand background. My new camera didn't leak. As you can see from the photos, however, my photography skills could use a little work.
From journal A Quick Dip in Key Largo
October 14, 2003
From journal Key Largo