North Dry Rocks is located about 1/2 mile
northeast of Key Largo Dry Rocks (where the
Christ statue is).  You'll find 3 mooring buoys
marked with the letter "N".  If you head out to
the Dry Rocks dive site and find that all the
buoys are taken (which is often the case) try
this site.  This reef is small but is an
excellent spot.  Lots of lobsters, fish and
barracuda live on this reef.  And because
North Dry Rocks is out of the SPA, if you have
a lobstering permit, you can try your hand at
catching one of these tasty treats.
North Dry Rocks is for the beginner and
intermediate diver and is also a good
snorkeling location.  The reef is from 5 to 25
feet deep.  
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Scuba divers and snorkelers can choose from
a variety of Florida Keys dive sites for scuba
diving and snorkeling.  We offer wreck diving,
reef diving, night diving, beginner and
advanced diving.  Florida Keys Snorkeling is
always an adventure!