Diving Shipwrecks in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

One of the goals of the national marine sanctuary system is to provide opportunities forRead More…

Alligator Reef Lighthouse – Florida Keys History

Built in 1873, Alligator Reef Lighthouse stands guard in honor of its namesake, the USS Alligator.Read More…

What Do You Know About Florida Keys Names

Ever wondered about Florida Keys Names and why certain locations are named as they are?Read More…

Diving Big Pine Key Adolphus Busch Sr – Video

Marked by a series of mooring buoys, the remains of the Adolphus Busch, a 210-footRead More…

Spiegel Grove is Not a Beginners’ Dive – Key Largo

We were headed out for a “double dip,” two successive dives, on the purposely sunkRead More…

Meet Treasure Seekers Who Hunt Millions in Undersea Gold

Somewhere in the waters off the Florida coast, an estimated $250 million in silver barsRead More…

Best stops on the Overseas Highway – Key Largo

Road trips don’t come more spectacular than the Overseas Highway. Sailing through tropical savanna overRead More…

Key Largo’s Benwood Wreck Deserving of Some Respect

It was a busy day at the wreck of the Benwood. There were several dive boatsRead More…

5 years later $550K Mel Fisher Museum Gold Bar Still Missing

Lack of finding a 74.85-ounce gold bar plundered from a Key West museum five yearsRead More…

Salvor Claims to Have Found Middle Keys Shipwreck

BY ADAM LINHARDT Citizen Staff alinhardt@keysnews.com A shipwreck salvor has claimed to have found a wreckedRead More…

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