Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary
Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary
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Diving in Gray's Reef
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The sanctuary itself is only accessible by boat. The sanctuary does not run boat tours, fishing trips or dive trips. However, many independent boat operators run fishing trips and dive trips to Gray's Reef.

We make available an alphabetical listing of charter operators and dive clubs that offer trips to Gray's Reef and other coastal locations.

Grays' Reef National Marine Sanctuary does not endorse or promote individual businesses or clubs, but provides this list as a service to the community. We also recommend checking the yellow pages and online for updates.

Download a Southeast Dive Directory. (65 kb)

Know the guidelines and regulations before you go:

Best Diving Practices Poster

Click image for a downloadable PDF of the
Best Diving Practices poster.

Click here for information about Gray's Reef regulations.

A "sample" of what you may see during a
dive at Gray's Reef

Feather duster worm

Feather Duster Worm (Photo: Greg McFall, GRNMS)

Nurse shark under ledge

Nurse shark under ledge (Photo: Greg McFall, GRNMS)

Star-eyed Hermit Crab

Star-eyed Hermit Crab (Photo: Greg McFall, GRNMS)

Scamp cruising over Live Bottom

Scamp cruising over Live Bottom (Photo: Greg McFall, GRNMS)

Regal Sea Goddess Nudibranch

Regal Sea Goddess Nudibranch (Photo: Greg McFall, GRNMS)

Sunrise at Sea

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