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Island Ventures Dive sites

Island Ventures Dive Sites

Island Ventures is Oceanside in Jules Undersea Park, the home of the undersea hotel. In Key Largo sound and the middle of the Key Largo reef line. Our boats go as far south as the beautiful Carrrysfort reef to Snapper Ledge in the north and everywhere in between!

On average it takes 45 minutes to get from our dock to the reef with the exception of Carrysfort which is around an hour.

Carrysfort Reef

Carrysfort is furthest North that we visit. This amazing reef is not visited by many dive operators from Key Largo so is uncrowded. We visit here by customer request.

Elbow Reef

 Elbow reef has at least 4 historic wrecks and many artifacts from the wrecks such as train wheels, anchor chain and cannons. Check out our more detailed Elbow Reef write up and see the wrecks from satellite!  We visit these sites every week.

Key Largo Dry Rocks

The Statue of Christ of the Abyss is located at Key Largo Dry Rocks, its a popular snorkel and dive site. We visit here weekly

Grecian Reef

Grecian reef is a great snorkel site and we visit here every week.

Benwood Wreck

The Benwood is a historic wreck that sank in 1945.  Lying in 25 to 45 feet of water this is a great dive with large schools of fish. We visit here weekly.

French Reef

French reef has many swim throughs and great wild life. We visit here weekly

Spielgel Grove

The Spiegel Grove is a giant wreck 510 feet long and in 65 to 130 feet of water. This is an advanced dive. We visit here weekly

Duane

USCGC Duane was sunk as an artificial reef this ex coastguard cutter is in 130 feet with the deck at 100 feet of water. This is an advanced dive. We visit here weekly.

Molasses Reef

Molasses reef has over 20 places to moor there is much to see.  Molasses has the largest amount of large fish and pelagic species but also can also have current(which is probably why the pelagic spieces are there) We visit here weekly

Pickles Reef

Pickles Reef is the wreck with the pickle barrels that have long since gone.  We visit this reef monthly

Snapper Ledge

Snapper ledge has an abundant amount of Snapper. We visit here when requested.