Afternoon Two Tank Scuba Dive
Afternoon Two Tank Scuba Dive
Afternoon Two Tank Scuba Dive
Afternoon Two Tank Scuba Dive
Afternoon Two Tank Scuba Dive
Afternoon Two Tank Scuba Dive

Afternoon Two Tank Scuba Dive

On our afternoon scuba diving trips, you and your group will be able to enjoy two distinct locations on the beautiful and colorful coral reef. The coral reef of Key West is part of the only living coral reef system in the continental United States. When you dive down to depths of 30 and higher to see this magical coral reef world, you will be amazed at the diversity and complexity of the ecosystem. Hundreds of plant and animal species make their home down here, including all kinds of tropical reef fish, eels, sting rays, and sea turtles.

The captain of our boat will know just the right spots to take you for optimal visibility. Our daily destinations out on the coral reef are never set beforehand. Each day, our captain will determine where to go based on factors like weather, tide, and visibility. This will assure you a fun and memorable trip out on the waters of beautiful Key West, Florida.

What are the requirements to participate in this dive?
This dive requires an open water certification or higher.

Can you pick us up from our cruise ship or hotel?
Pick up is not provided on this activity.

Can I use/bring my own scuba diving equipment?
Yes. Many people feel more comfortable using equipment they are familiar with and are best suited towards their body type. While we do everything to ensure our divers are using the safest, most reliable gear we do allow our divers to use their own dive gear.

Can my non-diving partner come on the dive?
Yes. While your partner will not be able to participate in the dive itself, they can come along as a rider or a snorkeler and still enjoy the trip.

Is There a restroom on the boat?
Yes. There is a restroom or "Marine Head" for use on the boat.

What about sharks and other sea creatures?
With all the media hype it's understandable why people offten ask this question but the truth is that unprovoked shark attacks are very, very rare and attacks on scuba divers are even more rare. Our staff, divers and dive masters are all trained in making sure your dive is safe and enjoyable.

Do I need to wear a wetsuit?
During the winter months, most divers opt to wear a wetsuit. We do have wetsuits of different sizes available for rent at the shop. If you have your own, you are welcome to bring it. During spring and fall months, wetsuits are not required but can be used if that is your preference. During the summer months, the water is usually very warm - wet suits are not recommended for the summer, but most divers to choose to wear a long-sleeve shirt or a rashguard. 

What type of tanks do you use?
Our basic tanks are Aluminum 80's.

It is your responsibility to make sure you are aware of and understand all restrictions pertaining to this tour before booking online or over the phone. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are medically qualified and within any limits listed below in order to participate in this activity. No refunds will be given to those who reserve a spot and can not participate due to the restrictions listed below. For more information please read our cancellation policy and terms and conditions page or call our staff with any questions regarding your ability to participate.



  • Must be a certified scuba diver & have had a least one dive within the past 2 years.  If you do not have a scuba certification, please see our Dive in a Day Resort Course here 
  • You are responsible to make sure you're medically qualified to participate in this activity. No refunds will be given to those deemed medically unqualified. This is for your safety.
  • Divers MUST wait a minimum of 18 hours before flying after this dive trip