The Marquesas Keys - stunning & beautiful

The Marquesas Keys form an uninhabited island group about 30 miles (50 km) west of Key West, 4 miles (6 km) in diameter, and overgrown by mangrove. They are protected as part of the Key West National Wildlife Refuge. The Marquesas were used for target practice by the military as recently as 1980. The total area is relatively small, with great opportunities to dive the whole island with the Dive! Dive! Dive! tour boat. The islands are part of the Florida Keys, separated from the rest of the Florida Keys, which are farther east, by the Boca Grande Channel, which is 6 miles (10 km) wide. Only the Dry Tortugas are further west, 36 miles (60 km) west of the Marquesas Keys.

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The Marquesas Keys offers some of the clearest waters in the world, beautiful views of nearly undisturbed ocean floors, ocean wildlife, shells and other ocean treats. Come dive the best places with us and explore places rarely seen by humans. The northernmost key is the largest and has a strip of sandy beach free of mangrove. In the past it was known as "Entrance Key". It surrounds the lagoon in the north and east. Adjoining in the south are smaller keys such as Gull Keys, Mooney Harbor Key, and finally about four unnamed keys in the southwest corner of the island. Come see all of this and more while basking in the beauty of the Marquesas Keys. Get ready for a great adventure!