At U.S. 1 Dive Center in the Florida Keys we offer custom dive trips for certified SCUBA divers to suit all your needs. Dive trips leave from our dive center in Summerland Key Marina and no dive site is more than a 40-minute boat trip away. Our boat can hold up to six divers and most dive trips take about 4 hours with a maximum dive time of 1 hour and a 1 hour surface interval between dives. You won’t want to miss out on these amazing reef and wreck dives in the Florida Keys. See below for our dive trip price list and a brief description of some of our dive sites. These rates are for certified SCUBA divers, if you are not a certified diver or are looking for certification courses please check out Introductory Dives, PADI Courses, or PADI Specialties.
*All dives include a PADI Professional guide*.
Dive Trip (2 dives): $129 including all dive gear
Dive Trip (2 dives): $89 only tanks and weights included
Dive Trip (2 dives): $169 including all dive gear
Dive Trip (2 dives): $129 only tanks and weights included
*Reduced price packages are available for multiple dive trip bookings. The more you dive the more you save! Contact us for rates.*
If you’re a certified SCUBA diver who hasn’t been SCUBA diving in a while, we encourage you to take a PADI SCUBA Review before your dive trip. This is a quick and effective way to refresh the important information and SCUBA diving skills that you learned during your Open Water course. Get comfortable in the water again to fully enjoy your dives in the Florida Keys.
LOOE KEY REEF
Your trip to the Florida Keys would not be complete without at least a couple of dives on Looe Key Reef. This area located within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary has been specially protected since 1981 with bans against all spearfishing, coral collecting, and lobstering. That means that this pristine reef is teeming with a wide variety of fish to make your dives unforgettable. This dive site is suitable for all certification levels.
ADOLPHUS BUSCH WRECK
This freighter was intentionally sunk on December 5, 1998 in around 100-feet of water, creating a fascinating new dive spot off our shore. Located within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, this wreck has become the habitat of some impressive marine life including massive goliath groupers and moray eels.