Key West Snorkeling Co. Releases Travelers' Guide to Top Dive Spots
03/25/2010

New Key West Dive Spots Website helps out divers and snorkelers who want to choose their own destination when it comes to a diving vacation in Paradise.

Online PR News – 25-March-2010 – – Key West Snorkeling Co, a two year old company based in Key West FL, provides online information, booking info, and insiders' tips on vacationing in the Southernmost City. The young company has quickly gained a reputation for providing the best info on snorkeling and diving in Key West. From beginners' tips to visibility reports, to fish and coral pictures and videos, visitors to the Key West Snorkeling Co.'s family of websites are delighted with the helpful and fascinating articles, tips, and photoblogs.

Now readers can learn about the best Key West snorkeling spots, with the new dive spot section of Key West Snorkeling Co's newest website. Each pages of this beautifully put together site features a different Key West dive spot, and just about everything you'd want to know if you were planning a day on the water exploring the coral reef or other areas of Key West waters.

"There's really nothing else like it on the Web" says Judy Covington, a snorkeling enthusiast from Detroit, MI. "My family rents a boat while in Key West, and we love that this website lets us know where to go to have a good day snorkeling. We don't have to waste time wondering where to go to see coral, fish, and other underwater attractions in Key West. This is a really helpful website!"

Most visitors to Key West with an interest in the underwater world opt for a snorkeling excursion on a large catamaran. These big boats carry lots of passengers and go out a couple times per day, usually once in the morning and once in the afternoon. They include basic instruction from a snorkeling expert, wetsuit, snorkel, mask and fins, and sometimes a quick lunch as well. These snorkeling trips a fabulous way to learn about snorkeling, the reef, and the ocean. Every beginner should consider these trips. They usually go out to Sand Key Light or nearby on the reef, where the water comes up to within a few feet of the surface. This is so snorkelers will see more. The sun will highlight the marine world at shallower depths in such a way that even beginners who can't dive down can see almost everything.

However, for those visitors who have done the snorkeling excursions and want to do it on their own, some guidance is necessary, especially if they aren't familiar with Key West waters. And this guidance is now available for free. Popular Key West scuba diving spots like the USS Vandenberg, Joe's Tug, as well as diving and snorkeling spots like the 9 Foot Stake are outlined, and accompanied by recent, full color pictures of sea life found there. Visitors will enjoy the candid descriptions of each dive or snorkel spot, and they'll appreciate the useful information when they set out on their own Key West snorkeling adventure during their next trip to Paradise!

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