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April 26th, 2018 | Author:

The Marine Sanctuary and artificial reef is located in the Navarre Beach Marine Park (county park) directly south of Sea Oat Pavilion.  Follow the Kayak/Scuba boardwalk that leads to the beach, the reef is located 100 yards off shore near lifeguard station #1 and you may visit it anytime water conditions are safe (please pay attention to the beach flags).  We recently expanded our gulf side reefs to triple the size so they are easier to find and now have much more marine life.  The park is free to the public and is open every day sunrise to sunset.

We do not offer snorkel tours.

If you do not have your own snorkel gear, retail stores such as Wal-Mart and Publix have inexpensive mask and snorkel combos you can purchase for about $20+ a set.  many people take paddle boards or inexpensive float boards and go out over the reef.  On a flat day you can see the reef and marine life from the surface.

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April 19th, 2018 | Author:

Access to Navarre Beach and the artificial reefs are even easier now with the addition of the Mobi-Mat that has been placed at the end of the Scuba/Kayak boardwalk. The mat is especially helpful for those who have mobility issues.

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