Saltwater Seafari Tours
Welcome to the gorgeous Florida Keys!
Looe Key Snorkeling Tour
Explore Looe Key Reef on your own private boat! Customize your activities and experience fun for all ages. Visit multiple reef locations for all the beauty Looe Key has to offer.
We offer snorkeling lobster charters. During a lobster charter, you can expect to swim and snorkel for live lobsters. You hold your breath and use a net and tickle stick to catch the lobsters.
Our boat, snorkeling, and fishing trips venture all over the Florida Keys!
Book Now to plan your trip to any of these exciting Florida Keys destinations!
• Marathon, FL
• Big Pine Key
• Looe Key Reef
• Picnic Island
• Tarpon Belly Key
• Marvin Key
• Snipe Point
• Sawyer Key
• Newfound Harbor Preservation
About Us – Matt & Jenn
We are Matt & Jenn Parramore – owners and guides at Saltwater Seafari Tours!
Our adventure in the Florida Keys started many years ago when we would spend summers vacationing here with our families. Our fond memories of catching lobster, fishing, and snorkeling inspired us to start a tour business of our very own.
So, in 2018, we started Saltwater Seafari to share many of those fond memories with families that visit the beautiful Florida Keys!
“The tour was fantastic! Captain Matt was very personable and tailored the day to fit any need or like we gave him. The sandbars were so beautiful and fun! The boat was in great shape and we always felt safe while riding. Snorkeling was fun! Captain Matt snorkeled with us, making it fun, showing us the wildlife so we did not miss anything! A completely enjoyable experience! It was a fun relaxing day!
This excursion, with the wind, the water, the sand, and a capable captain is exactly what we needed to be put on island time!” – Jennifer L.
Fall in Love with Looe Key!
Looe Key Reef is the #1 diving and snorkeling destination in North America – and we’re fortunate to have it in our own backyard!
Just a short boat ride away, Looe Key Reef is one of our most visited spots on our snorkelling and boat tours. The reef itself is breathtaking and is home to fish, sea turtles, sharks, and more.