Key Largo Snorkeling

Snorkel Key Largo and swim in North America’s only living coral barrier reef.

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Experience Key Largos Best Snorkel Trip


Looking for an all inclusive snorkeling boat? This is the start of an incredible underwater journey. With the best snorkel sites and friendly staff. We at Silent World would like to introduce you to our brand new 2022 boat, The Calypso. It is perfect for you and your snorkel buddies to make a splash!

The Calypso is a 51’ Corinthian with plenty of room for your family and friends to make your Florida Keys visit a memorable experience. Whether you are visiting the beautiful Florida Keys long term, a quick getaway or a local looking for a day out on the water. Our snorkel experience is something you cannot miss out on. Our all inclusive boat provides fruit slices, water and a cooler for outside snacks and drinks. We take pride in being an eco-conscious dive shop and protecting our only living coral barrier reef in the continental United States by supplying FREE reef safe sunscreen. We cannot wait for you to meet the Calypso!

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What requirements are needed to snorkel?

Make sure to be a “good” swimmer. This is defined as being able to swim in the ocean without assistance from others or flotation devices for extended periods/distance.

Minimum age allowed on the Silent World Scuba boat in any capacity is 5 years old.

  • Please Note: We do not “guarantee” a particular dive site. If weather/conditions or other factors arise, the Captain may select alternate locations for the best experience!

Snorkeling Rates

$55.00 – $68.00

(Price varies depending on snorkeler or passenger seats on boat)

Check In Times: The Calypso

Morning Trips: 8:15am

Mid Morning Trip: 11:15am

Afternoon Trip: 2:15pm

Check In Times: The Phoenix

Morning Trips: 7:45AM

Afternoon Trips: 12:15PM


Why Snorkel In Key Largo?

The ocean is one of the last and greatest frontiers on planet Earth, as mysterious and beautiful as it is fragile. Located on the very southern tip of Florida, the chain of islands known as the Florida Keys are home to the last living coral barrier reef in North America. It is also home to the first undersea state park in the United States and our favorite place for diving, snorkeling, and exploring the world beneath the waves

Why Choose Silent World?

Here at Silent World Dive Center, we aim to provide an all-inclusive experience to our divers and snorkelers, focusing on an eco-friendly diving experience you’ll never forget. With decades of experience living near and diving the Keys, Silent World Dive Center is run by 5-star PADI-trained instructors and staff for maximum safety and enjoyment out on the water. We offer only small-group excursions to ensure we give each of our patrons the attention and assistance needed for a world-class dive.

Schedule Your Next Dive With Silent World Dive Center in Key Largo, Florida Today!

How To Get Started

You can reserving your spot on our boat through our Online Booking System or Call Us: (305)-451-3252 to book over the phone.

There are two designated areas for beach-accessible snorkeling in John Pennekamp State Park. However, the most beautiful snorkeling locations are only accessible by dive boat. Let our team take you to life changing locations around the reef, like The Christ of the Abyss Statue, the Benwood wreck, and so much more.

In the Summer and Fall months, water temperatures can climb as high as 86°F (30°C). Winter temperatures typically range between 68°F (20°C) and 76°F (24°C).

With winter temperatures ranging between 68° F and 76° F, this depends on you. If you are accustomed to diving in cool mountain lakes, you probably wouldn't notice it if you were swimming sans wetsuit. If you are used to warmer snorkeling waters, you'll likely want a wetsuit. Silent World has wetsuits available for use.

Swimming in Key Largo is as safe as any other world-class snorkeling location - the safety depends on you! If you are a capable swimmer, and listen to the instructions of the Silent World Staff member, swimming the beautiful water of Key Largo is perfectly safe.