Boat Rentals, Eco Tours, Sunset Cruises,Charters

Whether you rent a boat and venture out on your own, or jump aboard one of the many tours available, you will be amazed at the beauty and wildlife while exploring the waters of Islamorada.

Sea Monkeys Divers at Islamorada Marina

Email: seamonkeyspadivers@att.net

No Stress 6-pack diving with a guide for all trips! Reef & wreck dives, PADA training for all levels. All dives are limited to a 6 diver max. No crowded cattle boat diving here! Get personal attention in every dive. We are conveniently located at the Islamorada Marina at mile marker 80.5 in Islamorada… home of Islamorada’s Best “Six Pac” Dive Boat. We offer scuba diving trips and lessons, snorkeling trips, eco tours, and sunset cruises. All Keys locals and visitors are welcome to come have some fun with us at Sea Monkeys! Read More
KeyZ Charters

Email: info@keyzcharters.com

If you are interested in a fun Florida Keys adventure for the entire family, KeyZ Charters in Islamorada is the way to go. We offer several exhilarating sightseeing charters including eco-tours, snorkeling, historic island tours, Everglades eco-tours, sunset cruises and many more.Landmarks such as Indian Key, Lignumvitae Key, Alligator lighthouse and Everglades National Park are close by and visited often. Our charters are private and customized to fulfill your desires. Along with our most popular tours, we can also accommodate you by creating your own unique boat tour, go bar hopping or have a small wedding ceremony. Contact us by phone, email or by filling out the contact form on our website. Make your reservation today. Read More
Robbie's Marina

Email: robbies@robbies.com

Want to go out fishing or maybe just drive in circles? Robbie’s Boat Rentals in Islamorada is a perfect place to start your Florida Keys trip. Our location provides for quick access to a wide variety of popular Florida Keys attractions; some of the best fishing spots in both the Atlantic Ocean and Florida Bay are equally accessible from our docks, and nearby, narrow, winding mangrove-lined channels offer tranquil settings for bird watching. We are very close to two popular shallow water reefs, Alligator Lighthouse and Cheeca Rocks, where you can snorkel the Florida Keys or dive in depths between 6 and 100 feet, with coral heads rising to within 3 feet of the surface. Read More