Nestled in the southernmost point of the continental United States, the Florida Keys are an absolute treasure trove of natural splendor and diverse wildlife, making it a true paradise for boating enthusiasts.

The Keys Activities

With its year-round tropical weather, the Keys offer unparalleled opportunities for offshore fishing, earning its well-deserved reputation as the "Sport Fishing Capital of the World." Spanning approximately 20 miles, Islamorada, a renowned fishing destination, provides an abundance of choices for bay and shallow water fishing. The Keys boast a diverse range of catches, including Mahi-Mahi, tarpon, tuna, sailfish, snapper, grouper, bonefish, permit, wahoo, and king mackerel.

After a day filled with exhilarating activities, unwind and soak in the breathtaking views among the many waterfront restaurants and bars scattered throughout the Keys. The Keys boasts a vibrant culinary scene, with fresh seafood and Key lime pie being local specialtiesFor a taste of the Keys, don't miss Mangrove Mama's a legendary restaurant with a one-of-a-kind vibe.

Exploring The Keys

Within the Keys, numerous captivating destinations beckon explorers. Key West, Key Largo, Long Key, Bahia Honda Key, and Duck Key are just a few worth mentioning. Immerse yourself in the clear, warm, and inviting waters, perfect for snorkeling and diving adventures amidst stunning reefs and historic shipwrecks.

Located in Key Largo, the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park offers an oasis of tranquility. With its extensive ocean reach, coral reefs, seagrass swamps, and mangroves, the park presents a diverse natural canvas. Here, an array of activities awaits all ages, from glass-bottom boat rides and sun-soaked beach moments to snorkeling and kayaking. Notably, it proudly holds the honor of being the Nation's inaugural underwater park, reflecting its dedication to marine preservation and exploration.

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The iconic African Queen steamboat gained fame through Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn's 1951 movie of the same name, shot in Uganda. Now nestled at the Marina Del Mar marina, this vessel offers serene canal cruises and enchanting romantic dinner outings in Key Largo.

Explore the wonders of this remarkable boating paradise, where nature's beauty and thrilling adventures converge to create unforgettable experiences.

Keys Access and Hours

Most boat ramps are open 24 hours a day, but a few in the Keys are open sunrise to sunset

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