Spring break is coming up and snorkeling will be in full swing. The wind comes down and the water warms up; kids are out of school and we get busy! The beautiful uncrowded reefs of Islamorada are the perfect place to encounter great sea life, such as rays, eels and an abundance of tropical fish…Oh My!
We like to visit spots such as Alligator Reef, Hens & Chickens, Cheeca Rocks, and Caloosa Rocks. Every day is different, so we pick our spots based on where conditions and visibility are best. We do take requests but keep in mind, the crew attempts to the best of their abilities, to honor such requests.
The trips are perfect for first time snorkelers, young children, sullen teens, adults needing quiet time, grandparents and even people that just want to ride along and watch.
Hop on the Happy Cat and see for yourself!
Give us a call at 305-664-8070!
Capt. Lori Poling
Hey folks, this is Capt Chris invading your inbox from the Happy Cat snorkel boat! September gave us plenty of hot days and some decent snorkeling weather with great visibility and plenty to see on the reefs. We have been seeing a ton of turtles and pods of dolphin all within very close range and that’s always a great experience for everyone!
As we dive into October, we still have our sunset trips on the books so before those days start getting real short, book a nice sunset cruise and enjoy the view with complimentary champagne. As the weather cools down we will start offering our Island heritage tours on Friday, Saturday and Sundays which involves guided tours of both Indian Key and Lignumvitae Key State parks. If snorkeling is in your near future, give the ticket booth a call and get signed up for one of our trips. The Happy Cat departs at 8:45 am, noon and 3 pm daily.
Please don’t forget to check weather conditions with the booth on the day of your snorkel trip as the weather sometimes doesn’t cooperate but we always do our best to get you out there and have an awesome time! Well that will about do it for this month, so come on down, get in, get wet and fins up!
Capt. Chris Muller