Northern Dry Rocks

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N 25° 07.840
W 080° 17.660
Key Largo, Fl. Northern Dry Rocks, which is a shallow reef with depths of 10fsw up to 15fsw. The reef is smaller than the Key Largo Dry Rocks but offers everything except for the well-known Christ of the Deep statue. However, divers may prefer this site if they are not particularly interested in the statue and are looking for a less populated location.
Groupers and great barracuda are commonly seen here. Divers who choose to explore crevices will find Florida s spiny lobster hiding. This is a great dive for those looking to avoid heavy traffic but still experience a beautiful location.
The reef is marked off by three mooring buoys with the letter “N” inscribed upon them. This area contains a .05 square nautical mile Sanctuary Preservation Area (SPA) which is marked by yellow buoys. GPS Location N 25° 07.840 W 080° 17.660

Address N 25 07.840 W 080 17.660
Town Key Largo
County FL
lat 25.000000000000000
Lng -80.000000000000000

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