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Goliath Grouper
Take the 100+ FISH ID challenge and attempt to identify 100+ species in a single dive in the Florida Keys! Enter your survey at and join the Florida Keys Century Club!

100 Fish ID Challenge

Whoa exciting stuff! A new Netflix original series, shot on Islamorada! Bloodline looks like it's going to be pretty cool...


Tiger Shark Sighting 1
This morning our good friend Troy Wheatley from Horizon Divers spotted a large Tiger Shark chowing down on a turtle, and he was able to nab some video of the encounter. As you can read in his description, he was a mere 1.68 miles inshore from Grecian Rocks! Exciting sighting.

Tiger Shark Sighting in Key Largo

Carly Mejeur Artwork
Florida Artist Carly Mejeur talks about her unique nautical chart paintings, and her take on our interactions with the natural world. For more information on Carly’s artwork, check out: @carlymarineart (Instagram)

Carly Mejeur – Nautical Chart Paintings

Harriette of Harriette's Restaurant.
Ever had a Key Lime Muffin?! Thought not… If you are interested in trying one, come on down to Harriette’s Restaurant in Key Largo, Florida. A wonderful restaurant with home cooked meals, specializing in homemade biscuits and muffins. Get your carb on and then go explore underwater Key Largo!

Harriette’s Restaurant

Dive Documentaries Key Largo is on twitter! Be sure to follow along @DiveDocs.

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Last weekend I went down to Pompano Beach to get my Advanced Open Water Certification. While the Open Water Certification allows you to dive to 60ft deep, the Advanced Open Water Certification allows you to dive down to the recreational limit of 130ft. I need this certification so that I […]

Advanced Open Water Certification!

Goliath Grouper
Last weekend I went out to shoot a shipwreck called the City of Washington on the gorgeous Elbow Reef. After interviewing several people from the dive industry in Key Largo, I had heard time and again how Elbow Reef was a favorite. And after diving the City of Washington, I was convinced why. […]

Goliath Grouper

This past weekend I spent some time testing out my underwater tripod rig, both in my pool and out on the reefs of Key Largo. My mission was to get several rock-steady shots on an especially shallow reef. This particular tripod wasn’t made for shooting underwater, so I had to […]

Tripod Test

Jason Boone prepping underwater camera gear
I finally got a chance to take the new camera equipment for a test run. Shooting video underwater poses unique challenges. Color and light change drastically at different depths, and buoyancy control is paramount. I encountered a large number of issues that I need to troubleshoot and learn from, but […]

First Underwater Shoot!