COVID-19 and your visit to Lucky Fish in Key Largo May 20, 2020

[UPDATED 10-22-2020]

Our community has worked hard to minimize the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) here in the Florida Keys and the number of local cases continues to fluctuate. There is a county-wide requirement to wear facial coverings inside businesses. Full details and current case numbers are available on the Monroe County COVID-19 Information website.

We’ve been comfortably welcoming visitors on our charter boat for the past several months with these features and practices:

  • Our capacity is, and always has been, 4 divers or 6 passengers total.
  • We book single-party groups only and won’t combine groups to ‘fill’ the boat.
  • We only book one charter trip per day, allowing us to thoroughly clean and disinfect surfaces between trips.
  • Our boat is docked at a small neighborhood marina and we have no public shop or indoor space.
  • Most of our customers bring their own scuba and snorkel gear… and we strictly follow best practices from the experts at PADI and DAN for disinfecting our loaner gear between use.
  • We have plenty of fresh water on board for washing hands, as well as reef-safe hand sanitizer from our friends at Stream2Sea.

If you’ve already made plans to go out with us, we’ll contact you immediately if we see anything that could impact your trip.

If you’re thinking of making a visit to the Keys, let us know so we can get you in the calendar. Remember, we never ask for deposits so there’s no need to worry if your plans or the conditions here change!

Bookmark this page on our blog to keep up with the information about visiting the Keys and guidance from the experts at PADI, DAN and others , and learn more about how we’re applying that to keep ourselves and our visitors healthy.

Stay well and we look forward to seeing you when you’re ready to see us!