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Key Largo is not only the longest island of the Florida Keys, but is also very popular for its snorkeling, scuba diving, and its fishing. The big John Pennkamp Coral Reef State Park in Key Largo is home to 600 species of fish and 40 species of coral. Key Largo is located right before Islamorada, and is the first big island of the keys you will fall upon if you are driving from the north. This means this island is the closest one to Miami. In Key Largo, you will find key lime pie shops, seafood restaurants, small hotels, houses on stilts, the key largo theater of the sea, and boats just about everywhere. The ambiance on this island is very unique and relaxed; you will meet many locals, boat enthusiasts, fishing fanatics, snorkelers, and scuba divers.
Renting a boat in Key Largo is a must. During the day, everybody is out on the water relaxing, fishing, doing watersports, tubing, partying, or diving. Party boats go to sandbars, motorboats cruise around, and fishing boats are just about anywhere. There are many underwater wonders to go explore in Key Largo: the Spiegel Grove wreck, the famous “Christ of the Abyss” statue, Mollasses reef, and many others. If you’d rather relax on the boat or even party on a boat, you can go to the Rodriguez key’s sandbar, Nest key’s sandbar, and the Holiday Isle Sandbar. Boating in Key Largo, you will pass under bridges, stop to eat at restaurants accessible by boat, relax under the sun, stop at a beach where other boats are, point out sea turtles, and maybe even jump in the water to swim with some dolphins!
Find a boat on Click&Boat and contact our team if you have any questions. We are more than happy to assist you in your search so you can be out on the water like everyone in Key Largo!
In Key Largo, 4 privately owned boats are available for rental. See other boats in the area
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