Roatan Diving with Anthony’s Key Resort
Steps Away From an Underwater Wonderland
Roatan’s reef system is a lure for divers from all over the globe searching for natural adventure and pristine waters. And it’s no wonder. It’s the world’s second-largest barrier reef, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, and it just happens to be our backyard. In addition, Roatan’s warmer water and gentle currents make for great year-round visibility.
From vibrant coral, massive sponges, and peaceful eel gardens to schools of tropical fish, fleets of eagle rays, and sea turtles — marine life here is abundant and mesmerizing. There are approximately 35 dive sites located from West Bay in the south to Man of War Cay, and Anthony’s Key is perfectly situated in the middle.
At Anthony’s Key, we want everyone to experience the magical paradise that awaits below the water’s surface. We’re a PADI 5-Star Instructor Development Dive Resort and have been ranked as one of the world’s top dive resorts for over 50 years. Whether you’re a newbie diver or returning regular, we have a course to match your skill level. We even offer PADI diving programs for kids!
There are endless opportunities to explore the natural treasures that call the waters of Roatan home. At Anthony’s Key, we make it easy for you to take advantage of those opportunities.
Daily Dive Boat Schedule
- 8:30 am – Depart for first single-tank dive
- 10:30 am – Depart for second single-tank dive
- 2:30 pm – Depart for third single-tank dive
All boats return to the dock for a 45-minute surface interval, allowing you to miss an early or late morning dive.
Night Boat Dives
At night, the reef transforms as nocturnal animals become more visible. Divers may see octopuses, basket stars, spiny lobsters, and more. AKR’s dive boats leave just before sunset for night dives twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays.