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Become a Florida Keys Wreck Trekker!

Wreck diving

Divers in the Florida Keys have a unique opportunity to explore Florida Keys shipwrecks and artificial reefs.

One of the Florida Keys' most appealing features is a string of sunken vessels and artificial reefs — now you can get rewarded for completing a series of wreck dives!

Log back-to-back wreck dives during one visit or schedule wreck dives in subsequent visits. It's up to you!

Ask a professional dive operator for an 'Official Florida Keys Wreck Trek' dive logbook at the time of charter. Participating dive shops are listed below.

Nine of the Florida Keys fascinating shipwrecks are highlighted:

Key Largo & Islamorada: Spiegel Grove, Duane, Benwood, Eagle
Marathon: Thunderbolt
Big Pine & the Lower Keys: Adolphus Busch Sr.
Key West: Cayman Salvager, Joe's Tug and Vandenberg.

Dive log

FREE Wreck Trek Dive Log!
Download the PDF.

Wreck Trek Collage

Divers can receive a souvenir collage print!

 

Be a Prepared Diver

Be a Prepared Diver

Each wreck varies in skill level. Divers should be current in their diving, and are encouraged to contact any of the participating dive shops for information about the wrecks. These wrecks offer an excellent opportunity for advanced and specialty training, and refresher courses are available, if needed.

Keys dive operators are professionally skilled and knowledgeable, and will prepare and advise divers important dive safety briefing information as well as a dive plan and buddy system.

Wreck diving

Participating Dive Shops
Book your charter and these participating dive shops and ask for your 'Official Florida Keys Wreck Trek' logbook souvenir. Yours to keep!

Key Largo

Islamorada

Marathon

Lower Keys

Key West