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Things to do in Key Colony Beach

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Ranked #1 of 13 attractions in Key Colony Beach
Category: Reefs
Owner description: This is a spur-and-groove coral reef, sitting on the outer banks offshore of Vaca Key, characterized by large fingers of... more » Owner description: This is a spur-and-groove coral reef, sitting on the outer banks offshore of Vaca Key, characterized by large fingers of coral, separated by narrow sandbeds. « less
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Ranked #2 of 13 attractions in Key Colony Beach
Category: Water sports
Owner description: I, Capt. Jason Long, of Best Bet Sportfishing, am a native of Marathon Fla., FSU Graduate and a USCG licensed captain. Join... more » Owner description: I, Capt. Jason Long, of Best Bet Sportfishing, am a native of Marathon Fla., FSU Graduate and a USCG licensed captain. Join me and my team of knowledgeable professionals for a great day of fishing aboard one of our clean, well maintained boats. We specialize in live bait fishing using only the top of the line equipment. Whether reef, wreck, bay, offshore, or Tarpon, we have fished these waters extensively and will put you on the targeted species. We look forward to fishing with you! « less
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Ranked #3 of 13 attractions in Key Colony Beach
Category: Water sports
Owner description: Come with the A Deep Blue Dive’s crew to explore the only living coral reef in North America. The "Turtle," a 34 foot... more » Owner description: Come with the A Deep Blue Dive’s crew to explore the only living coral reef in North America. The "Turtle," a 34 foot Crusader, a six passenger vessel. The "Sea Diver" a 30 foot, twenty-two passenger vessel or the forty-nine passenger, 45 foot Corinthian Catamaran "Island Time." Colorful tropical fish, beautiful corals, moray eels and more are waiting to be discovered beneath the Keys' pristine waters. « less
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Ranked #4 of 13 attractions in Key Colony Beach
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #5 of 13 attractions in Key Colony Beach
Category: Boat Tours
Owner description: Cara Mia Charter fishing operates fishing charters out of Key Colony Beach Marina. Offshore, reef and wreck fishing. Extended... more » Owner description: Cara Mia Charter fishing operates fishing charters out of Key Colony Beach Marina. Offshore, reef and wreck fishing. Extended trips available. « less
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Ranked #6 of 13 attractions in Key Colony Beach
Category: Reefs
Owner description: At a depth range of 15 - 30 feet, this dive site consists of a series of small patch reefs, and is where the Spanish Galleon... more » Owner description: At a depth range of 15 - 30 feet, this dive site consists of a series of small patch reefs, and is where the Spanish Galleon Ignacio sunk in the 18th century. « less
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Ranked #7 of 13 attractions in Key Colony Beach
Category: Boat Tours
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Ranked #8 of 13 attractions in Key Colony Beach
Category: Sports Camps/ Clinics; Sports Complexes
Scuba diving for the beginners and advanced alike, featuring dives to coral reefs and WWII wrecks.
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Ranked #9 of 13 attractions in Key Colony Beach
Category: Reefs; Ships; Ancient Ruins
A majestic shipwreck sitting at the bottom of the ocean floor. A perfect destination for scuba divers.
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Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: Boat or kayak the 375 miles of open water and look for the white heron, America's largest wading bird, at this wildlife... more » Owner description: Boat or kayak the 375 miles of open water and look for the white heron, America's largest wading bird, at this wildlife reserve. « less
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Category: Tours
Diving service that lets you customize your own diving trips.
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Category: Ships
For scuba divers, this is a chance to explore a Spanish ship sunk in 1733.
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