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Boca Grande Anchorage

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Anchorages near Boca Grande

Anchorage Map

The Boca Grande area has the only anchorages with any kind of protection between the Key West area and the Dry Tortugas. In addition there are many wrecks, fishing and diving spots in the area. Click here for a full size map.

Mullet Banks Anchorage

Mullet Banks anchorage is between Boca Grande Key and Mullet Banks near the entrance to a channel to the back country. There is protection from the prevailing winds.

Boca Grande Anchorage

Further along the same channel, Boca Grande achorage is protected by shallow banks in all directions.

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The Florida Keys consists of a cluster of over 1,500 islands off the southern tip of the Florida peninsula and extend south and west to the Dry Tortugas. The islands sit on a shallow bank of coral and sand that separates the Gulf of Mexico from the Straits of Florida. This bank is the exposed part of a coral reef system that began forming over 100,000 years ago and have become fossilized as sea levels varied with several recent ice ages.