Grecian Rocks 1


Description

Grecian Rocks reef is roughly half a mile in length, and is a popular spot among snorkelers being that in many places it is only 5ft deep. During low tide parts of the reef line actually come out of the water. The reef overflows with sea life, especially parrotfish, barracuda, elkhorn coral and queen conch. An old Spanish cannon can be found here as well. Mooring buoys abound at Grecian Rocks and it is easy to spend hours exploring this spot.

Fast Facts

Type
Reef

Skill Level
Beginner

Average Depth
10ft (3m)

Max Depth
25ft (8m)

Access
Boat

Mooring Buoys
G1 – G9

Snorkeling
Yes

Dangers
Boat Traffic

Latitude
25.11185000

Longitude
-80.30520000

Snorkeling on Grecian Rocks in the Florida Keys

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About Boone

Jason Boone created Dive Documentaries to inspire viewers to care about the Florida Keys underwater world through education, exploration and storytelling. He has a BA in Television Production and an MA in Digital Journalism and Design, and a passion for short-form documentary filmmaking. His work has been featured on National Geographic, Discovery, Current TV and Yahoo!.


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