Key West Scuba Diving in February
Key West weather begins warming in February. Air temps are perfect for dive trips and surface water temperatures are constant at about 74°F. Visibility is mostly good to very good. The best sea conditions are generally found in Gulf waters. Cold fronts decrease in intensity.
February Weather Outlook
February weather is almost perfect in Key West. Daily highs stay around 75°F, nighttime lows above 66°F. Skies are mostly clear or partly cloudy 70% of the time. Precipitation chances are about 14%, with monthly rainfall averaging 1.6 inches. Winds average 13.3 miles per hour out of the east.
February Marine Life
February is a good time to see Bottlenose Dolphins around Key West because in winter these marine mammals tend to stay closer to the shallow, warm Key West Backcountry waters where they feed and breed. Big schools of Blackfin Tuna gather over wrecks in the Atlantic and many Kingfish can be spotted as well.
Try one of the top Key West dive trips – A morning 2-tank wreck dive on the 525-foot USNS Vandenberg, a WWII-era troop transport & missile-tracking ship.Duration: 4.5 Hours Activity Level: Difficult
Afternoon two-tank Key West Scuba dive trips offer divers the chance to explore two different dive sites on the pristine coral reef system of the Florida KeysDuration: 4.5 Hours (approx.) Activity Level: Difficult
The Dive in a Day Scuba Resort Course is the absolute best way for a person to experience diving. Great for those who want to try scuba diving in Key West.Duration: 9 Hours Activity Level: Moderate
Looking for a great adventure in Key West? Enter the amazing world of scuba diving the fun and easy way, with PADI Open Water Certification in Key West.Duration: 3 Days Activity Level: DifficultBest RateDetails