The Islamorada Dive Center (IDC) is the flagship of the “Scuba Town USA” family located in the Florida Keys. IDC is a full service PADI scuba diving shop, offering daily guided scuba diving trips, scuba instruction, spearfishing, shark encounters and private dive charters. But its not only about the diving. Scuba Town coined the phrase “Apres Dive”, which translates to “after diving”. At Scuba Town you can “Stay – Dive – Eat – Drink – and Enjoy”. Everything you need for an amazing vacation all at one location.
You can find us at Postcard Inn Beach Resort and Marina at Holiday Isle (mile marker 84 along the Overseas Highway), 15 minutes South of Key Largo and a short drive from Key West and the Fort Lauderdale/Miami area. Famous for the creation of the “Rumrunner”, the Postcard Inn is a favorite for beach bums, boaters and beyond.
Visit Our Shop
“Scuba Town USA” houses our shop along with all our other scuba partners. Florida Keys Dive Center, Florida Keys Spearfishing Co, Florida Keys Shark Encounters and Descend Apparel all call this shop home. Many have called our shop a unique blend of rustic, industrial and chic. It’s not your normal dive shop with gear and gadgets and swag that are customary in boutique type shops.
Designed as a rustic industrial space, its packed full of not only top of the line scuba gear, but endless apparel, and gifts. Steps from our boat, our pool, the raw bar and the tiki bar- at the perfect location.
Our fleet consist of two 46 ft Newton Dive Classics. The “Aquatic Freedom” and the “Aquatic Liberty”. Both can take 36 divers plus crew, but at IDC we try not to load the boats to capacity. We want maximum comfort and space for all our divers – no packed-cattle boats here. With over 500 sq. ft. of deck space, speed and comfort await you on your way to another great day diving with IDC.
Both vessels are offered as private charter boats as well. Don’t settle for a tiny center counsel fishing boat for you private dive charter. Go in style on a roomy dive boat made for diving. Check out our private charters and head out with your own captain and guide.
Come on down, folks, the water is fine-and the fish can’t wait to see you.