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Coffins Patch, Key Colony Beach

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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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  • Went snorkeling here and saw many different types of fish. Lots of plants and coral too! Was so glad my excursion went here! Divers were on same boat and they said it was great as a diver! 
    Went snorkeling here and saw many different types of fish. Lots of plants and coral too! Was so glad my excursion went here! Divers were on same boat and they said it was great as a diver!  more »
  • 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. 
    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 »
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  • Beautiful area to snorkel!
  • Great place to snorkle especially for people who don't want to dive much. Check out some of our adventures on YouTube " 4 of a kind sailing"

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