Florida Keys Dive Center recently celebrated 29 years in business on May 10th!
A special thank you goes out to everyone who wished us a happy birthday and to everyone who has helped us and been there for us in these 29 years.
We never could have made it this far and become such a success if it wasn’t for the support of our friends, family, and fellow divers and snorkelers.
Thanks again from Tom, Pam, and the staff of Flakeys(:
On April 18th the US Coast Guard Marine Inspector Roger Fisk was at Florida Keys Dive Center measuring and doing calculations for a stability test on our two charter boats.
Why the need for a stability test? A recent census showed that the average person weighs about 185lbs. The Orion and Big Dipper’s original stability tests were based on the average person weighing 160lbs. The good news is both boats passed with flying colors! We even used 195lbs. as the weight per passenger. Therefore both boats are now licensed to carry 49 passengers and 6 crew members.
Our 46′ Newton dive boats are some of the most stable dive vessels in the Keys(:
EASTER EGG HUNT!!! Join us Saturday, April 7th for an Easter Egg hunt on the reef. We will have a raffle ($10) for the chance to win some prizes! All proceeds go to the Coral Reef Restoration Foundation – http://www.coralrestoration.org/CRF/index.php
Please call us in advance to book your space, there will be an easter egg hunt on both morning and afternoon trips. Want a picture on the reef with the Easter Bunny? We’re doing that too! Must reserve in advance. call us 305-852-4599 or email us email@example.com to make reservations.
Thank you for diving with us, Indian Valley Scuba divers! See you all next year!Our intrepid group of Adventurous divers in Key Largo! Challenging wind and weather conditions at the surface did not deter any one from completing Deep, Wreck, Advanced Open Water, and Nitrox Certifications! ...