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Public Guided Snorkel Tour of Fort Lauderdale Reefs

Public Guided Snorkel Tour of Fort Lauderdale Reefs

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Join us for a unique exploration of Fort Lauderdale’s beautiful coral reefs, home to over 500 different species of fish. With the reef so close, we don’t need a boat! The incredible reef we explore is only 400 feet from the shoreline which is where we launch. After a short swim, you will be face to face with many tropical spices such as Angelfish, Butterfly fish, Tangs, and other reef life! Fort Lauderdale's reefs won't be here forever so make sure you see them before they are gone!
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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Private Guided Snorkel Tour of Fort Lauderdale's Reef

Private Guided Snorkel Tour of Fort Lauderdale's Reef

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Join us for a unique Private exploration of Fort Lauderdale’s beautiful coral reefs, home to over 500 different species of fish. With the reef so close, we don’t need a boat! The incredible reef we explore is only 400 feet from the shoreline which is where we launch. After a short swim, you will be face to face with many tropical spices such as Angelfish, Butterfly fish, Tangs, and other reef life! Fort Lauderdale's reefs won't be here forever so make sure you see them before they are gone! For those who don’t know how to snorkel, receive instruction before the tour and then head out to the sea with your knowledgeable local guide. You wont find a crowded tourist boats on our a private tour. We provide all the necessary snorkel equipment and flotation needed. A private guide means a personalized and unforgettable experience. If requested we can even take your group out on a large multi-person paddle board as big as a boat!
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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Private MegaSUP & Snorkel Tour of Fort Lauderdale Reefs

Private MegaSUP & Snorkel Tour of Fort Lauderdale Reefs

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Join us for a unique Private exploration of Fort Lauderdale’s beautiful coral reefs, home to over 500 different species of fish. With the reef so close, we don’t need a boat, Instead we will take a MegaSUP! Our MegaSUP is 15 feet long, 8 feet wide and able to hold 850lbs no problem, and the incredible reef we explore is only 400 feet from the shoreline which is where we launch. After a paddle, you will be face to face with many tropical spices such as Angelfish, Butterfly fish, Tangs, and other reef life! Fort Lauderdale's reefs won't be here forever so make sure you see them before they are gone! For those who don’t know how to snorkel and paddleboard, receive instruction before the tour and then head out to the sea with your knowledgeable local guide. You wont find a crowded tourist boats on our a private tour. We provide all the necessary snorkel equipment and flotation needed. A private guide means a personalized and unforgettable experience.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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