If you have never been here before, you are in for a real treat. There is a Key West attraction for everyone. We have some of the finest saltwater fishing around, whether you are an avid fly fisherman looking for the thrill of sight casting to tarpon as they cross a beautiful, sandy flat in the Key West back country, or offshore doing some deep sea fishing and thinking about a fresh seafood dinner at one of our fine Key West restaurants. Or you may just want to enjoy a relaxing trip on a smaller charter to view dolphins in the wild or to kayak in the backcountry off Key West.
If you have visited us before, you are probably still talking about it and have some fond memories of a fabulous Key West Vacation at one of your favorite Key West Hotels, or of a beautiful Key West sunset, or walking down an Old Town lane and smelling the jasmine, or singing along to a popular duo at one of the famous downtown Key West bars on Duval Street.
If you are interested in wreck diving there are only a few around Key West that are available to visitors, but the ones we have are world-class. On May 27, 2009 we sank the USNS Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg to create an artificial reef in 140 feet of water, seven miles off Key West. The Vandenberg is the second largest ship purposely sunk as an artificial reef.