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New Attractions and Updated Adventures in the Florida Keys & Key West

April 5th, 2012

Divers checking out their gear

Florida Keys, FL – With sunny skies and balmy temperatures, spring in the Florida Keys & Key West heralds new and enhanced offerings in land and water attractions, historic experiences and even wedding opportunities. Explore the highlights here.

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Vandenberg, Key West’s New Artificial Reef Open to Public

June 2nd, 2009

Vandenberg Sinking 1

Vandenberg Sinking 2

Vandenberg Sinking 3

Key West, Florida Keys – A retired U.S. Air Force missile-tracking ship intentionally sunk to create an artificial reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary has opened for public use.

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Bathtub Reef in Stuart; One of Florida’s Best Beaches

August 28th, 2007

By Kirby Collins

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Pictures of Stuart Beaches

Stuart, FL – Stuart is home to one of the most remarkable beaches in Florida, aptly named Bathtub Reef Park. The reef itself is about 40 yards offshore and is partially exposed during low tide. The reef protects the shoreline from breaking waves and is a great place for small children to swim and feel comfortable.

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