Amy Slate’s Amoray Dive Resort
Amoray Dive Resort is considered one of the best scuba dive destinations in the world, with an extra touch in style, comfort and service located in Key Largo, Florida. Amoray Dive Resort offers a favorable location with spectacular views of the sunset over bay waters. Imagine, stepping out from one of our lovely rooms or suites and directly onto our 45 ft catamaran dive and snorkel boat, located conveniently at our resort. Here, you can appreciate a broad variety of services, including: the best scuba diving in the Keys, PADI scuba diving courses and certifications, eco tours, snorkeling, kayaking, scuba and stay packages, and unique underwater weddings… The finest choice for your Keys vacation.
Experience the ultimate diving adventure, at one of the best resorts, with massive schools of parrot fish, eagle rays, southern sting rays, jacks, reef sharks, sea turtles, bull sharks, white tip sharks, dolphins, and much more…
CELEBRATE THE IMPACT AND SUCCESS
of marine conservation and education
initiatives in the Florida Keys.
10% OFF Room Accommodations
10% OFF Fish ID Books
SPACES STILL AVAILABLE FOR
This unforgettable experience
Join us for a two-tank dive trip
departing at 6:30PM and returns at midnight.
COME STAY AT AMORAY DIVE RESORT
and participate in one of our
1-Day Coral Restoration Projects
hosted by the Coral Restoration Foundation
& Amoray Dive Resort
From her start as a YMCA teaching assistant in 1976 to her dream achievement, Amy Slate’s Amoray Dive Resort, a PADI 5-Star Dive Resort and BSAC School, Amy Slate’s passion for marine conservation has earned her the first Blue Star designation by the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary for marine conservation education. Since Amoray opened in 1993, the Amoray Diver has served over 60,000 divers and Amy and her instructor staff have certified over 6,000 PADI divers, touching each with her marine environmental message. She currently serves on the board of the Coral Restoration Foundation and as Key Largo Dive Umbrella representative to the Tourist Development Council. Amy has also served on the board of REEF.