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Cottrell Key

What to do when the weather won't cooperate? Head to shallower waters, like Cottrell Key. At 3 to 15 feet deep, and on the Gulf side, you can explore the waters even when the Atlantic is raging over on the other side. It's protected from wind from three directions, by adjacent lakes with grassy banks. There are numerous ledges, crevices, holes and small caves to explore, filled with sponges and cowries. Keep an eye out for little spotted tulip snails. You might also see the Florida horse conch, who live in long spiral shells and who will look out at you if you sit there long enough without moving.
Snorkelers will love this spot no matter what the weather, since it affords them the chance to see some wild creatures not normally seen at most snorkel spots.

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