Key West Scuba Diving in September
Town quiets down a bit as families get their kids back to school so Key West scuba diving in September is a good way for couples to take a peaceful, fun vacation break. Water temps remain in the pleasant high 80s and apart from a few breezy days, sea conditions and visibility are generally good.
September Weather Outlook
Summer holds on into early fall in Key West and air temperatures are still averaging 86°F by the end of the month. Tropical storm season keeps chances of rain at over 50% throughout the month, mostly in the form of scattered showers. Winds stay low but average speeds do increase to 11.3mph from the east by month’s end.
September Marine Life
Out on the wrecks, Goliath Groupers are readying for the fall spawn and schools of Sharks gather for migration season. Keep an eye open for Spiny Lobsters tucked into the reef crevices.
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