Dolphin Watch & Snorkel

You’ll Feel Great when you book your family a Dolphin Watch and Snorkel trip with Honest Eco!

• Top Rated Eco Tour in Key West

• The First Dolphin Watch - Since 1986!

• The First Lithium Ion Plug-in Hybrid Boat

• Biologist (and Family) owned and operated

We designed and built SQUID from scratch to ensure our guests, and the animals, have the best wildlife experience possible.

• Biologist Guided Snorkeling
• Brand New Custom Built ELECTRIC Catamaran!
• Small Group Sizes (As Always)!
• 4 hour Trip - Departs Daily : 9 am & 2pm
• Reserve today for $ 1 and Cancel up to 72 Hours prior if needed.
• Private Charters Available
• Organic Veggies and Fruit from Date and Thyme!
• $109 / Adult - $89 / Child (plus tax)
• Historic Seaport in Old Town
• Bathroom on board
Bottlenose Dolphins

Resident Wild Dolphins

The shallow, warm waters surrounding the lower Florida Keys provide an excellent year round habitat for around 200 Dolphins.

Our Coastal Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins have never been fed or trained, which allows us to observe the natural behaviors of wild dolphins.


    “The best way to see a fish, is to become a fish.” -Jacques Cousteau

    We built SQUID to access protected, calm and clear snorkeling spots so that our crew can point out the most wildlife as they guide you on your snorkel.

    • Quality Cressi Snorkel Gear that works

    • Patient Instruction and Assistance, especially great for Novice and Beginner Snorkelers


    One of the oldest Wildlife Refuges in the country, KWNWR was established by Teddy Roosevelt in 1908, to protect a crucial habitat and breeding ground for birds, turtles and other wildlife. The refuge’s size is 300 square miles and only 1% of that is comprised of the mangrove islands, yet their canopies provide shelter for 250 species of birds, their trunks house the mangrove crabs and their roots exhibit a microcosm of life as juvenile species, both prey and predator, begin their lives here.

    Our Crew

    We are grateful for many things at Honest Eco, but nothing compares to our gratitude for the people who work to deliver on our promises and work towards our Company Vision - day in and day out!

    Crew training starts on land with research and mission alignment before moving onto the water where we hone our seamanship skills and work to become as effective as possible at delivering on Honest Eco’s Purpose.

    Our crew are expected to be continuously learning and pushing Honest Eco to be as environmentally responsible as possible.


    While Watching Dolphins, the loudest noise Honest Eco’s electric boat makes comes from her water cooling pumps (and we can turn those off).

    Introducing SQUID! One of the first Lithium Ion Battery, Electric Passenger boats in the USA.

    We worked with David Walworth, an MIT educated Naval Architect and Principal Engineer known for his high efficiency catamaran designs to help design and engineer the perfect boat for our trips. We then packed up the family, moved west and spent the next year and a half of our lives building SQUID, from scratch!

    Location | Trip Departure

    With a great location at the Historic Seaport in Old Town Key West, our guests can arrive at SQUID‘s departure location by walking, biking, driving or taxi.

    We recommend renting a bike while visiting as parking in old town can be tough, but if you are getting around by car, there is a convenient and close-by pay parking lot on Caroline Street (across the road from Pepe’s).

    Historic Seaport, Key West Bight

    SQUID‘s slip is located on the seawall in front of the public restrooms, in between the Waterfront Brewery and Turtle Kraals restaurant.

    The address for the Historic Seaport is 231 Margaret.

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