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Grecian Rocks

Grecian Rocks is an unusual formation of reef and rocks located 5 nautical miles off Key Largo. It is long and and well-developed like an outer bank reef, but it isn't an outer bank reef. The top of the rocks is shallower than any other reef in the Upper Keys, and it's even exposed at low tide. It is pretty shallow behind the reef, all of which make Grecian Rocks a good place to go on a windy day. The crescent-shaped shallowness protects you and your boat from rough weather. Depth ranges down to 35 feet. The shallowness also makes it a good spot for snorkelers. Good spur-and-groove corals for all to see, along with brain coral, starlet and giant star coral. Also find elkhorn coral and queen conch. There are some remains of an old wreck on a patch reef near Grecian Rocks, where you can see some ancient cannons and cannonballs if you look really really hard.

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