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Mame1 wrote a review Mar 2020
New Jersey5 contributions2 helpful votes
I was sad to find the Conch Farm closed, and its pens decimated by the storm, and ocean wildlife, This place was a true pioneering adventure in island economics. I hope that it can find the local interest, and funding needed to be reborn.
Date of experience: April 2019
dmittleman wrote a review Feb 2020
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida1,349 contributions552 helpful votes
I have been to this farm in the past on prior trips. It is now permanently closed. Don't waste your time coming out here as it is not slated to open ever again.
Date of experience: February 2020
alpran wrote a review Feb 2020
Godfrey, Illinois54 contributions19 helpful votes
We went on two snorkel boat tours and were told by both of them that the conch farm was destroyed by a hurricane a couple years back and no longer is in operation. This has caused the supply of conch in the surrounding waters to have been greatly diminished from over harvesting. Harvesting is at season time only. …
Date of experience: January 2020
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jehenson81 wrote a review Dec 2019
Washington DC, District of Columbia21,795 contributions1,092 helpful votes
So the extent that you can visit this farm, is by cruising by in a boat. My snorkeling cruise did just that and they pointed it out. We later got to see the process of removing a conch from its shell and it was a tad brutal and a little disgusting. It is an interesting experience though. …
Date of experience: December 2019
John M. wrote a review Nov 2019
16 contributions1 helpful vote
Now, if you are into eating local food, right out of the water, than this is the place for you. Ice cold beer and a conch salad....who could ask for more!
Date of experience: October 2019