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Scuba-Fun * Key Largo, Florida * (305) 394-5046 * info@scuba-fun.com

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Dive Center Key Largo, Florida

We offer three Snorkel Tours Daily to the shallow water bank reefs of Pennekamp Park and the National Marine Sanctuary aboard a 40ft. US Coast Guard inspected passenger vessel designed and built for snorkeling.


MORNING 1 LOCATION TOUR (1 hour water time), Whitebanks Reef

departs daily at 9am and is $29.95 per person. Tour returns around 11:45.

LATE MORNING 1 LOCATION TOUR (1 hour water time), Whitebanks or Molasses Reef (reef depends on conditions)

departs daily at 10am and is $32.95 per person. Tour returns around 12:45.


AFTERNOON 3 LOCATION MINI-CRUISE (over 2 hours water time)

departs daily at 12:15pm and is $39.95 per person. This tour features the Christ statue as one of the stops. Tour returns around 5pm.


LATE AFTERNOON 1 LOCATION TOUR (1 hour water time), Whitebanks or Molasses Reef (reef depends on conditions)

departs daily at 2pm and is $32.95 per person. Tour returns around 3:45.


SUNSET 1 LOCATION TOUR (over 1 hour water time, May to September), Whitebanks or Mosquito Banks (reef depends on conditions)

departs daily before sunset and is $32.95 per person. Tour takes about 2 hours.


Children 10 and under $5.00 off above prices.


Prices include gear (mask, fins, snorkel and safety vest) and instruction.


Please note that we cannot guarantee any snorkeling sites, as they are always subject to the conditions out on the ocean.




Christ of the Deep Snorkel Trip

Christ of the Abyss is an 8 1/2 foot, 4000 pound bronze sculpture of Jesus Christ that stands in 25 feet of water off of Key Largo, Florida. It is located near Dry Rocks, about six miles east-northeast of the Key Largo Cut, in the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. The statue stands nearly nine feet in height and is supported on a six foot concrete base, making the tip of the statue ony 7-10 feet beneath the surface. (depending on high or low tide).


In 1961 Italian SCUBA entrepreneur Egidi Cressi commissioned the second casting from the original mold, and donated it to the Underwater Society of America. The statue was placed in Pennekamp Park on August 25, 1965.


Today, Christ of the Abyss is one of the most famous and popular underwater sites in the only underwater park in the world.

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