What Fish Might Be Seen
When snorkeling Key Largo what fish might the snorkel guest see?
Snorkeling Key Largo Fish Sightings to be fully explained in this post.
Snorkeling Key Largo Fish Sightings
When snorkeling Key Largo guests may get to see Trumpet fish like the one in the image above.
This Trumpet fish was seen while snorkeling at North North Dry Rocks Reef site.
The best practice while snorkeling is to relax on the surface, hug yourself with your arms, and move only with your legs.
This allows you to approach the fish closer than when swimming with your arms.
Schooling Fish Key Largo
When snorkeling Key Largo you will get to see many fish schooling.
Snappers, Grunts, and Jacks are all types of fish that hang out together in large schools.
Atlantic Spade fish also tend to hang out in large schools.
Schooling fish seen by the snorkel guests at the site called Christ of the Abyss.
Christ of the Abyss is also called Key Largo Dry Rocks Reef.
Snorkeling Shipwrecks Fish Sightings
Shipwrecks in Key Largo are shallow enough to snorkel over.
Benwood shipwreck shown below is one of the most fish filled sites.
Non-Schooling Fish Sightings Key Largo
This is the view of a Key Largo Snorkeling fish sighting.
While snorkeling in Key Largo sightings of Gray Angelfish are frequent.
Book A Tour To Snorkel Key Largo
Sail Fish Scuba makes it super easy to book a snorkeling tour for fish sightings.
Tours with Sail Fish Scuba are photo guided.
Guests go home with photos just like the ones seen in this post.
There is no extra fee for the photos taken during the snorkeling tours.
Non-swimming Snorkel Guests
If you want to snorkel Key Largo, but are non-swimmer, no worries.
When you book your snorkeling tour 24/7 off the Sail Fish Scuba website, just add a private guide.