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LET'S GO DIVING!  The Keys are calling!  SCUBA Connecticut’s Eleventh Annual Florida Keys Dive Week happens February 17 - 24!

Once again, we will be offering diving and/or instruction to anyone who would like to come along!

For dive site info and dive schedule CLICK HERE

Hotel prices in the Keys have increased tremendously, and we are currently negotiating rates for our suites. We hope to return to Marina Del Mar in Key Largo. We will post here hotel information when it is finalized.

But don't book on their site! To get our special rate, we have to book your suite!         

Studio Suite Amenities:

  • Full kitchen - with dinnerware and flatware
  • Two queen size beds
  • Coffee maker
  • Dining area with table and chairs or coffee table (varies by room)
  • Iron and ironing board

 

CAPT Steve diving on the wreck of the “City of Washington” in Key Largo.

 

Click to watch videos of previous trips!

 

 

 

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We have arranged for an exciting series of dives from the "City of Washington" wreck, the "Christ of the Deep" statue, Molasses Reef and the USCGC Duane and the USS Spiegel Grove in Key Largo to the USNS Vandenberg in Key West. Most dive sites are only a short boat ride away from the dock. For those of you who still need your open water qualification dives, this would be a great time to get them done in warm, clear water before the summer diving season starts.  “Advanced Adventure” certification will also be available- an excellent opportunity to see some of the famous deeper wrecks, including the USCGC Duane, and the USS Spiegel Grove, and the USNS Vandenberg, to experience the wonder of a night dive, and to learn additional advanced diving techniques.  NITROX certification can be earned as well, to double your bottom time. And we are offering the Master SCUBA Diver course, the highest level of recreational SCUBA diving certification.   But, you don’t have to take a course in order to dive with us in the Keys!

The average water temperature in the Keys in February is 70+ degrees. For current conditions CLICK HERE.  Dive site depths range from 15’ to 110’ and the visibility can range from 30’ to 100+’.  For dive site information and dive schedule CLICK HERE.

For more photos of previous trips CLICK HERE .

American, Frontier and Delta fly directly from LaGuardia Airport (LGA) to Miami International (MIA) many times daily. We will be on AA Flight 1365 going down on the 17th and AA Flight 1203 coming back on the 24th.

Key Largo is only 60 minutes from the airport. There are many rental car outfits at MIA.