Diving happens here! Advanced divers who make a 65-foot dive at Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary will be amazed by the vivid colors of its soft corals and sponges. This natural live-bottom reef provides wonders for divers, boaters, and anglers.
As a reminder, fishing and diving is prohibited in the Research Area.
Grays' Reef National Marine Sanctuary does not endorse or promote individual businesses or clubs, but to our knowledge the following are charters that currently may offer dive trips to Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary:
If you are a dive shop or charter who takes trips to Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary and would like to be added to our list, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Diving Best Practices
Make the most out of your diving trip to Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary.
The live bottom at Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary attracts a number of unique species. These notable dives can help direct those looking to explore.
Diving at Gray's Reef
Gray's Reef is teeming with marine life一from loggerhead sea turtles that rest at the reef, to the more than 200 unique species of fishes and sharks and 900 species of invertebrates. With the abundance of marine life, the sights and sounds while scuba diving are also unique to the region.