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We operate as a PADI Gold / 5 Star Key West Dive Center and Divemaster Academy / Scuba School. As a full service Key West scuba dive company we offer a full range of beginner scuba diving excursions through our “Discover” Scuba Experience excursions and from there we feature a complete range of scuba dive training, from basic Open Water Certifications as well as a variety of specialty scuba diving courses through to our comprehensive scuba school / divemaster academy programs.
Our Key West Scuba Dive Center offers you a complete and modern scuba dive training facility, including classrooms and an on-site pool right in the heart of Key West. Our highly experienced scuba instructor crew is dedicated to making all your Key West snorkeling / scuba dive experiences safe, enjoyable and interesting.
The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary – A Paradise of Scuba Diving in Key West
Designated in 1990 to protect and preserve North America’s only living coral reef ecosystem our barrier reef is the third largest in the world as well as providing access to the world class shipwreck The Vandenberg and other exotic reef and Key West scuba diving wreck sites.
The “Sea Eagle”
Our primary vessel is the “Sea Eagle”, a 60-foot, 37-ton, all aluminum dive vessel. The custom configuration features two dive ladders, state of the art electronics, and all the creature comforts scuba divers and snorkelers prefer in Key West. With all these custom features, it is no wonder “Sea Eagle” was chosen to be featured in the James Bond film, “Licensed to Kill.”
Our “Discover” Scuba program in Key West offer includes an introductory briefing and morning pool training session at our downtown Key West scuba diving training center, followed by an afternoon boat ride (docked just steps from the pool) and two shallow water dives local to Key West on the living coral reef led by one of our PADI scuba instructors. Snorkelers and scuba divers can enjoy our clear, warm waters and abundant sea life. Click here for more information or BOOK ONLINE.
Offering Key West wreck dives like the Cayman Salvager, The Vandenberg Wreck (rated as the Number 1 wreck in the world by the readers of Scuba Diving Magazine) and Joe’s Tug. We offer tours of the English merchant-slaver Henrietta Marie and the Edward Luckenbach by private charter only , as well as others at a variety of depths. Call for details or BOOK ONLINE.
Our Key West night scuba dives typically leave about an hour before sunset and includes a twilight dive on the Cayman followed by one to two reef dives in Key West area. If you are interested please call and we may be able to put a group together for you. Call for details or BOOK ONLINE.
We offer Wreck Diving, Deep Diver Specialty, Underwater Naturalist, and Underwater Photographer to name a few. What are your interests? Ask our team of Key West scuba diving experts and we can offer suggestions on what to do, see and learn. Call for details or BOOK ONLINE.
From Pelican Shoals to the Marquesas Captains Corner offers the unique and exotic. One such offering is the The Edward Luckenbach Wreck (by private charter only) which sank in July, 1942 when she struck two Allied mines. Also we deliver guided access to the English merchant slave ship, the Henrietta Marie, which sank 35 miles off Key West in 1700. Both wrecks are home to vast array of sea life and have been a popular fishing spots for decades. These are genuine shipwrecks and should not be missed. Call for details or BOOK ONLINE.
We offer the oldest continuous PADI 5 Star Training Facility in Key West. (over 30 years). Our classes are small and personal, and start everyday. You can reach our school by car or plane. We have over 300 days of good dive weather. The diving in and around Key West is world class. Our prices are competitive with virtually any PADI 5 Star Training Facility in the world. Learn more / call for details.
BOOKING AND FINDING US IN KEY WEST…
Find Us Easily in Key West:
*For all new bookings
631 Green Street
at corner of Elizabeth and Green
Our Dive Center
*To meet instructors for previously scheduled classes
125 Ann Street
Key West, FL 33040
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*For new bookings:
631 Green Street
@ corner of Elizabeth and Green
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*For previously scheduled classes
125 Ann Street
Key West, FL 33040
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Key West Diving Report. Excellent conditions on the wreck. Location: USNS VANDENBERG Wind: 6 kts N Seas: light chop Surface temp: 80 degrees Vis: 100 Current: none Capt. Mac,
Had a great time in Key West - AOW and Nitrox and lots of FUN! Here is a shark on the main deck with Billy and the NJ Boys.
Thanks for a great couple of dives on the Vandenberg on Tuesday guys. I had a blast.
Vandenberg - Key West makes the list! We offer daily trips to this world famous wreck. Let's go diving!
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Key West Diving Report. Excellent conditions on the wreck. Location: USNS VANDENBERG Wind: 16 kts SSE Seas: 2-3' and choppy Surface temp: 78 degrees Vis: 100 Current: none Capt. Mac,
Mr. Brennan had his A- game on as usual while teaching today. His students from Georgia made him proud. I hope they enjoy these photos down the road when they look back in to their diving career. Great job Billy! Happy Easter- Henry
Happy Easter! Special thanks to the best girls EVER, IRENE & AMANDA for hiding over 75 eggs. We will be finding then for months extend the easter fun! Henry
Thanks for making it happen for me Tony!! Awesome three days with you guys
I haven't posted in a while, so here we go. Everyone is having a blast on the Vandenberg! Henry
Key West Diving Report. Great time for a dive, Hot and humid on the island, beautiful out here. Location: USNS VANDENBERG Wind: 15 kts SSW Seas: 2' increasing this afternoon. Surface temp: 77 degrees Vis: 60 Current: none Capt. Mac,
Key West Diving Report. A little choppy but still some great diving. Location: USNS VANDENBERG Wind: 12 kts SSE Seas: 1-2' & choppy Surface temp: 76 degrees Vis: 40' Current: none Capt. Mac,
Key West Reef Diving Report Great day at the office. Doesn't get much better. Location: Catacombs outer reef. Wind: calm Seas: calm Surface temp: 77 degrees Vis: 40 Current: none. Capt. Mac,
Key West Diving Report Hammerhead chasing fish at the surface. Location: USNS VANDENBERG Wind: 0 kts Seas: calm Surface temp: 78 degrees Vis: 40' Current: none Capt. Mac,
Key West Diving Report Just keeps getting better Location: USNS VANDENBERG Wind: 0 kts Seas: calm Surface temp: 76 degrees Vis: 50' Current: none Capt. Mac,
Key West Reef Diving Report Calm all around, summertime seas. Location: Topping and 9ft outer reef. Wind: light Seas: calm Surface temp: 78 degrees Vis: 30' Current: none. Capt. Mac,
Key West Reef Diving Report Diving outer reefs all day. Very nice on the high seas. Location: Sand Key and Rock Key Wind: light and variable :) Seas: calm Surface temp: 77 degrees Vis: 30' Current: none. Capt. Mac,
Key West Diving Report Just awesome out here. Location: USNS VANDENBERG Wind: 5 kts Seas: calm Surface temp: 77 degrees Vis: 40' Current: none Capt. Mac,
Key West Diving Report Beautiful day on the high seas. Location: USNS VANDENBERG Wind: 10 kts N Seas: 1-2' Surface temp: 77 degrees Vis: 40' Current: none Capt. Mac,
Key West Diving Report Wind has eased and the seas are much calmer. Location: USNS VANDENBERG Wind: 12 kts ESE Seas: 3' groundswell Surface temp: 77 degrees Vis: 50' Current: none Capt. Mac,
Key West Reef Diving Report We found the blue water and very nice conditions. Location: Eye of the Needle Wind: 14 kts ESE Seas: 3' groundswell Surface temp: 78 degrees Vis: 50' Current: mild Capt. Mac,
Key West Diving Report Wind is down and visibility has improved. Location: USNS VANDENBERG and CAYMAN SALVAGER Wind: 14 kts ESE Seas: 1-3' Surface temp: 74 degrees Vis: 50' Current: none Capt. Mac,
I haven't dived in 7 days. In about to fix that. Vandy here we come!
Key West Reef Diving Report Winds are up slightly but the afternoon turned out to be nice. I just watched a small turtle fend off two small sharks. Location: Sand Key Wind: 18 kts SW Seas: 3-4' Surface temp: 75 degrees Vis: 30 Current: none Capt. Mac,
Key Fog-Photos by Henry canon 7d mk II
Key West Reef Diving Report Reefs conditions look great Location: Sand Key Wind: 12 kts S Seas: 1' with a light chop Surface temp: 73 degrees Vis: 90 Current: mild Capt. Mac,