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Coffins Patch, Key Colony Beach

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Reef · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
Coffins Patch is a shallow coral reef (patch reef) located within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. It lies to the southeast of Bamboo Key. This reef lies within a Sanctuary Preservation Area (SPA).
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  • A lively reef, some coral and plenty of fish around (courtesy of the boat crew feeding them). It's shallow, so it's perfect for snorkelling.  more »
  • I have been here many times and enjoy seeing new underwater life. The depth is about 8 to 15 feet and has clear water on most days. Mooring balls to tie your boat.  more »
  • Great place to snorkel! The water is beautiful 😍 Would love to go again!
  • Great spot to snorkle. Many more fishes here than sombrero key but fewer mooring buoys.

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