Dive the Legendary 1733 fleet & Learn the Plight of Pirate’s Plunder! Guided by History of Diving Museum Staff & Islamorada Dive Center. Exclusive Tour Open to Reef Crawl VIP Card Holders Only.
See the underwater history of the Florida Keys for yourself! Dive with the History of Diving Museum staff and hear the tales of the Ill-fated, 1733 Fleet, which wrecked near local shores. Learn about local pirates, their threasures and the tales of the treasure hunters who vow to find it.
Decompression Stop – After you’ve been to the actual locations and dove on the bones of the fleet, take a broader look at diving history with staff guided tour of the History of Diving Museum. Tours begin following the dives at 3:15 pm and 4:15 pm. Light refreshments will be served for Reef Crawl VIP participants. Admission is included with the Historical 1733 Fleet & Pirate Plunder Guided Dive trip.
Registered Reef Crawl VIP Card Holders Can Book your 2 tank dives now via Islamorada Dive Center for $85.
Still Need to Register? Get your Reef Crawl Registration & VIP Card here.
Historical 1733 Fleet & Pirate Plunder Guided Dive Fees Include admission to the Sunday afternoon Decompression Stop at the Museum.
Reef Crawlers can join us just for the tours at our special 25% off rate for Reef Crawl Participants.
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Reef Crawlers can explore and experience all that the History of Diving Museum has to offer anytime during the Reef Crawl Event or any time this year for that matter. With a whopping 25% off for Reef Crawl VIP Card Holders, The Museum is serious about showing you all they’ve got.
Take them up on their offer. You won’t be disappointed.
The Museum is open from 10 am-5 pm every day of the year except Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.
We have a special closing time of 7 pm on the third Wednesday of every month, prior to our free Immerse Yourself! seminar.
The Museum is located at Mile Marker 83 on US-1 in Islamorada on the Bay Side. If you are heading towards Key West, this will be on the right hand side of the road. If you are heading towards Miami, it will be on the left hand side of the road.
The History of Diving Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving, displaying, and interpreting artifacts, antiques, books, documents, photographs, and oral history relative to the History of Diving. We tell the international story of man’s attempts to explore, understand, and venture under the sea. We also celebrate the special role that South Florida and the Florida Keys played in this story.
The Florida Keys History of Diving Museum is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational institution focused on the Story of Man’s Quest to Explore Under the Sea.
The majority of the Museum’s artifacts have been provided through the generous support of its founders, Drs. Joe and Sally Bauer, who hold one of the largest collection of historic diving equipment and research documents in the world.
The History of Diving Museum is a member of the American Association of Museums (AAM), Florida Association of Museums (FAM), and the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH).