Approximately 70 miles west of the beautiful island of Key West, Florida lie the reefs and wrecks of Tortugas Bank, the western edge of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Key West Dry Tortugas Havana Miami Bahamas
The reefs of the Florida Keys make up the 3rd largest barrier reef in the world. The Dry Tortugas at far western edges host some of the most pristine and least visited reefs in Florida.
Residents large and small await your discovery.
Tortugas Bank boasts over 250 species of fish plus thousands of invertebrates and marine plants
Snapper and Grouper abound in the protected waters of the Tortugas Ecological Reserve. The reserve is a no-take zone, and the park just added restrictions to fishing within park boundaries.