Choose Between Two Options
- $17 for a morning snorkeling trip for one (a $26 value) with a mask, fins, and vest (an $8 value; a $34 total value)
- $33 for a morning snorkeling trip for two (a $52 value) with masks, fins, and vests (a $16 value; a $68 total value)<p>
During the one-hour snorkeling trip, a 50-foot Coast Guard–approved catamaran whisks customers away to their snorkeling destination. Once the boat anchors, swimmers dive into an hour of snorkeling and splashing around a living-coral reef. This trip also includes snorkeling instruction for swimmers of all ages and abilities. Freshwater showers rinse off visitors on their return to shore, and a shaded deck protects them from the sun and its energy-sapping rays.<p>
Check-in is at 8:30 a.m., and trips depart at 9 a.m. Reef Roamer and Quicksilver Catamarans recommends bringing sunscreen, a towel, and a bathing suit.
Reef Roamer and Quicksilver Catamarans
The towering sails of the Quicksilver rise like a snowy mountain over the turquoise waters of the Florida Keys, cutting a picturesque figure amid the early morning sky. The tranquility of this postcard-worthy scene is interrupted by the whoop of a lone figure running and jumping off of the catamaran, her body plunging into the waters with an ebullient splash. This bold leap prompts her fellow snorkelers to follow suit with hapless hurdles and controlled submersions into the water. Champions of introducing visitors to Florida's awe-inspiring reefs and the diverse wildlife therein, Reef Roamer Catamarans leads guests through the secrets of the salty depths with daily snorkeling adventures in and around John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
Setting sail on one of two 50-foot, custom-built catamarans equipped with on-board bathrooms and shaded cockpits, Reef Roamer's US Coast Guard master captains and first mates pilot groups of aquanauts out to open waters for early morning, midday, and sunset snorkeling sessions. Sojourns under the sea afford guests resplendent views of protected reefs teaming with multicolored citizens such as about 55 types of coral, more than 600 species of fish, and graceful turtles.