A visually rich underwater travel guide to the Florida Keys
Dive Documentaries is a travel guide to dive spots in the Florida Keys. Browse and filter dive sites by skill level, location, and other features, and enjoy short documentary films showcasing interesting features of each particular dive site. Use our site as a resource to help plan your visit to the Florida Keys, including how to get to here, when to come, what to bring, and how to go about diving the amazing reef line.
My mission with Dive Documentaries is to inspire you to care about the underwater world through education, exploration and storytelling. I hope my content will urge you to visit the Florida Keys and experience the beauty firsthand.
Our team of contributors all share the same a love for the Florida Keys, and a passion for travel and marine conservation. Follow our blog and see some of their amazing content.
Jason Boone created Dive Documentaries to inspire viewers to care about the underwater world through education, exploration and storytelling. He has a BA in Television Production and an MA in Digital Journalism and Design. His work has been featured on National Geographic, Discovery, Current TV and Yahoo!.
A resident of Islamorada, Carlos specializes in videography, photography, and fish identification. If you are looking to learn about fish species, their Fish ID Tropical Western Atlantic gallery holds nearly 1500 images and over 300 species.
A resident of Islamorada, Allison specializes in photography, guiding, and fish identification. If you are looking to learn about fish species, join in on a Fish ID class and dive trip while you’re visiting Islamorada.
From a young age, Matt has loved swimming and writing. At the end of 2013, he decided to combine those passions into one website – Water Welders. Now, he speaks with commercial and scuba divers around the world, telling their stories. He enjoys traveling with his wife, Beth; they have lived in the Republic of Georgia for two years. He has a great respect for all divers and the work they do.
Kim started diving in 2003, and soon after became a certified instructor. She moved to Key Largo in 2005 to pursue a diving career, teaching for the next 7 years. Her interests eventually led her into underwater photography, specifically animal portraiture and macro.