Key West Scuba Charters

Key West Charters

Scuba Diving in Key WestEnjoy the famous fishing charters in Key West Florida when you explore the sea in any one of the many charters located near the Heron House and Heron House Court.

In Key West's renovated Historic Seaport district, known locally as the Key West Bight, there are many exciting Key West scuba charters for visitors of every age! Whether you are interested in Florida Keys fishing, diving, snorkeling, or eco-tourism, the Bight has something for you.

If you simply want to take it easy and stroll along the harbor walk or dine at one of the delicious Floridian restaurants that dot the area, the Bight is perfect for that, too.

Enjoy Key West scuba charters, Florida Keys fishing charters, or any other charter you please when you book your room at the Heron House or Heron House Court.

Popular Florida Keys Fishing, Diving, & Snorkeling Charters Include:

Phone: 305-294-3618
Key West,  FL  33040
Custom tailored fishing charters in Key West Florida for flats, back country, and deep sea sport fishing. Families and groups, novice and expert anglers welcome!

Phone: 305-744-0903
160 Sugarloaf Drive
Sugarloaf Key,  FL  33042
Captain Justin offers fishing charters in Key West Florida and the Lower Keys including the Marquesas for bonefish, tarpon and permit.

Florida Keys FishingHOG'S BREATH FISHING
Phone: 305-294-9311
201 Front St.
Key West,  FL  33040
Full and Half Day Charters available plus tournament fishing. Some of the fish caught there include: Tarpon, Permit, Tuna, Wahoo, Grouper, Snapper, Dolphin, Mahi Mahi, King Mackeral and Cobia.

Phone: 305-296-6602
G-31 Miriam Street
Key West,  FL  33040
Tailchaser Charters offers light-tackle sport fishing in Key West.

Phone: (305) 295-3369  Toll Free: (305) 797-7024 
Conch Harbor Marina
Key West,  FL  33040
Specializing in Sailfish, Marlin, Shark, Mahi-Mahi, Tuna, and Wahoo. Full, 3/4 or Half Day Charters available.

Phone: (305) 294-3095
3255 Duck Avenue, Suite 6
Key West,  FL  33040
Spend the day on a party boat designed for your level of experience.

Key West Water Tours
Phone:(305) 294-6790
US Highway 1 at Hurricane Hole Marina
Take to the sea on a waverunner or parasail tour with guides that show you some great locations and inform you about the Keys rich history. For a real treat take the sunset tour, where you watch the sunset as you move around the islands.

Scuba diving in Key West is available to adventurous swimmers not wishing to fish:

Key West Scuba ChartersSand Key
This islet is marked by a large iron lighthouse and is home to an abundance of coral and marine life. Sand Key offers visitors over ten miles of coral reefs of varying depths!

Joe's Tug
This tugboat sits upright in just 65 feet of water and brings you close to Jewfish, spotted morays, barracuda, and horse eye jacks.

Ten-Fathom Ledge
Unusual coral caves and dramatic overhangs provide refuge for both lobster and grouper.

The Cayman SalvorSnorkeling on a Key West charter is one of the best ways to spend your family time.
This 180-foot steel hulled buoy tender, also known as the Cayman Salvager, was intentionally sunk as an artificial reef in 1985. She now sits upright with cavernous open holds providing refuge for baitfish and grunts, as well as a resident jewfish and green moray eel.

Nine Foot Stake
This patch reef in 10 to 25 feet of water is perfect for both snorkeling and scuba diving in Key West and has a variety of soft corals and juvenile marine life.

Kedge Ledge
The remains of a pair of coral encrusted anchors lost from an 18th century sailing vessels make this location truly unique.

The Atocha
The Atocha was discovered by treasure hunter Mel Fisher in the waters off Key West. With so rich a wreck nearby, its hard to dive these waters without wondering what bit of history or bounty might be concealed beneath the convoluted corals and vast reef structures.

On your next vacation to Key West don't miss these exciting adventures, the Key West Sunset at Mallory Square or great Key West attractions.