A 107-mile ribbon of highway spans the lime-green waters and more than 200 islands that comprise the Florida Keys. Just offshore, a necklace of dive sites parallels the archipelago. Divers have easy access to shallow reefs and spectacular wrecks, such as the Adolphus Busch Sr. or the U.S. Coast Guard cutters Duane and Bibb. Visitors to the Keys can swim with dolphins, celebrate the sunset or stay in an underwater lodge.
You'll get specific information on:
*detailed dive information to 64 sites *dive site topography and access
*diving services for the entire Keys
*Guide to marine life
*travel logistics and topside attractions
*12 easy-to-read maps
*Full-color photos throughout