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Soon after Florida became a territory of the United States in 1821, commercial interests in  
Louisiana and New York began pressuring Congress for navigational aids in Florida. Ever since the Louisiana 
Purchase in 1803, much of the commerce between the central part of the new nation and the eastern
ports had come down the Mississippi River, through New Orleans, and then through the Straits of Florida between
Florida and Cuba, and then up the Atlantic coast. The most dangerous part of this voyage was the narrow Florida Straits, bordered by the treacherous coral reefs of the Florida Keys from the Dry Tortugas to Cape Florida on Key Biscayne.
 
 
Lighthouse warned ships of the invisible ranger posed by the submerged reef.
 
Lighthouses were built along the Florida Keys  to prevent shipwrecks along the reef.
North America’s only coral barrier reef  about six miles seaward of the Florida Keys, a 220-mile long string of islands extending south and west of the Florida mainland.

In 1852, day markers were placed along the Keys. Each marker was  an iron pole thirty-six feet high with  a large barrel fastened to the top. They were all painted a different color and could be seen for a couple of miles by eye. They were later upgraded with painted metal cylinders and included a letter on each one.

The Gulf Stream, originates in the Gulf of Mexico, rushes through the Straights of Florida, and then turns north along the Florida Keys. Ships traveling from the Gulf to the Atlantic Seaboard use the current to aid their progress. Vessels running in the opposite direction often hug the reefs along portions of the Keys to avoid the Gulf Stream and to pick up a slight southerly coastal current.
 

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ALLIGATOR REEF LIGHT

Location: FOUR MILES EAST OF INDIAN KEY , NEAR MATECUMBE KEY
Station Established: 1873

 
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The Alligator Reef lighthouse is 136 feet tall. It marks a very large reef structure offshore of Upper Matecumbe Key. Depths range from a shallow 8 feet to just over 40 feet. In 1870, Congress allocate funds to build a lighthouse, The iron pile lighthouse was forged by Paulding Kemble of Cold Spring, New York, and then transported to Indian Key .It is a white octagonal pyramid skeleton framework on black pile foundation, enclosing a square dwelling and a stair-cylinder. The lantern is black. It was completed in 1873.

 
During the Labor Day Hurricane of 1935, keepers at Alligator Reef Lighthouse survived 200-mile-per-hour winds and a 20-foot storm surge.
 
This shallow barrier reef runs in a northwesterly direction about 20 feet from the seaward side of the Lighthouse. The bank is covered with small hard corals and many soft corals such as purple sea fans, sea whips, and sea plumes.
USS Alligator - schooner measuring 86 feet from bow to stern,  was outfitted with twelve guns. The ship was used to intercept ships engaged in the by then illegal importation of slaves to the United States and to the secure territory. During the evening of November 19, 1821 the vessel ran aground off Carysford Reef. No amount  of effort, could dislodge the schooner. The captain, Lt.  John M. Dale, reported to the Navy Department:

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USS ALLIGATOR, captain, Lt.  John M. Dale, after remaing by her three days, using every exertion to get her off, but to no purpose, and expecting any moment that she would go to pieces, I was forced ... to come to the resolution of abandoning her and making an encampment on one of the Keys. 

                              Lieutenant Dale decided to blow his rather than leave intact anything that could be used by the pirates. He ordered all government property, including cannons, transferred to the Ann Maria. This was not difficult but heartbreaking work for a crew already saddened by the recent death of their former captain, William H. Allen.

 
The reef was subsequently named as Alligator Reef in honor of its victim. Today the Alligator's broken and scattered remains lie in the sand 100 yards offshore of Alligator lighthouse .  
 
Alligator Reef Light, Florida. First lit in 1873,  at a cost of $ 185,000. It was automated in 1963. Its Fresnel lens was removed and eventually replaced with a rotating plastic optic.
 
"One of the finest iron sea-swept lighthouse structures in the world"
 
CARYSFORT REEF LIGHT

Location: Carysfort Reef, near Key Largo
Station Established: 1825

  

 
One of the most valuable treasures of the Florida Keys is found on the reef in the dangerous waters near thrGulf Stream. The treasure is not gold, but Craysfort Reef
 Lighthouse - the oldest functional lighthouse of its kind in the United States. This uniquely designed iron-pipe lighthouse is an important to navigation today as it was in 1852. 
 
A lightship was in this location from 1825 to 1852. The Carysfort Lighthouse marks the main body of the four mile long Carysfort Reef system. The lighthouse is the oldest functioning lighthouse of its type in the United States. It's an impressive 112 foot tall structure constructed in 1852.

… composed of a framework of 9 iron piles, occupying the center and angular point of an octagon of 50 feet diameter and taper from 50 feet at the base to 19 feet at the top. The dwelling house is the frustum of a cone, the sides having the same inclination as the Piles. The floor is 33 feet above the low water, and the house of two stories is 20 feet high. From the top of the house to the Lantern is a Cylindrical Tower for a stairway 38 feet high. The whole structure is painted Red – except the Piles which are Black – and the doors and windows of the dwelling and roof of the Lantern which are white.

The Carysfort Reef Lighthouse was designed  by I.W.P. Lewis, the nephew of Winslow Lewis. The interchangeable parts were manufactured in 1848 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and a construction crew was trained there. Major Thomas B. Linnard was the engineer in charge when construction of the lighthouse. He died before the tower was completed. Lieutenant George Meade was brought in to finish the project.

The lighthouse had eighteen lamps set in twenty-one-inch reflectors. In 1855, the array of lamps was replaced by a Fresnel Lens. It was automated in 1960 and in 1962, its Fresnel lens was removed in favor of a Vega VRB-25 optic which is solar-powered.
 
Since 1852 Carysfort Lighthouse off north Key Largo has stood watch over two reefs, Carysfort and Carysfort South. Carysfort Reef is part of the National Marine Sanctuary System. It is marked by a 112-foot lighthouse tower and 11 mooring buoys. Buoys C7 through C11 are located on the shore side of the tower and mark a shallow coral reef. The elkhorn reef crest is the shallowest area of the reef and is often exposed during low tide. The fragile elkhorn and antler corals  are the fastest-growing of the corals.

Carysfort Reef Light is said to house the ghost of a former keeper, Captain Johnson. 

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Florida Keys Lighthouses

CAPE FLORIDA  Station established 1825.  focal plane 95 ft ; white flash every 6 s. tower (raised from 65 ft ). Brick style lighthouse painted white, lantern and watch room black. The 1-1/2 story brick keeper's house. This light station is Florida's oldest; the original tower was gutted during an attack by SEMINOLE INDIANS   in 1836. The lighthouse was battered by hurricanes and  beach erosion.Located at the southern tip of Key Biscayne. The Cape Florida lighthouse didn’t mark the entrance to a harbor but rather warned coastal shipping of the dangerous offshore reefs. KEY LARGO   YOU TUBE

 FOWEY ROCKS   Station established 1878. Active; focal plane 110 ft ; white flash every 10 s. 110 ft octagonal pyramidal wrought iron screwpile tower with octagonal 2-story Empire style keeper's house on a central platform, solar-powered VRB-25 aerobeacon (  Original Fresnel Lens ). Tower and lantern painted brown; central cylinder and keeper's quarters white. Located on a dangerous reef southeast of Key Biscayne, within the boundaries of Biscayne National Park. (two red sectors cover dangerous reefs to north and south).

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Before the lighthouse, ships tended to sail by day and near coasts.  Natural landmarks, and the use of the stars were the navigational aids to mariners. Some primitive maps and charts were used, which gave water depths measured by lead line and contemporary anchors on a rope.  Some early cultures developed crude compasses and other devices to navigate.

One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was a lighthouse--the famous Pharos of Alexandria, Egypt. It is the first one that is recorded in history and was built about 280 BC. Those records tell us that it was the tallest one ever built -- 450 ft. (comparable to a 45-story skyscraper) and used an open fire at the top as a source of light. It was lighted by a wood fire and showed smoke by day and a glow by night.

Early lighthouses were simple structures, based on a form known as the "fustrum of a cone." They were round or polygonal toweres with thick masonary walls, few windows and ornamentation. Of moderate height and utilitarian design, they were made by local craftspeople using local materials (wood, cut stone or rubble, brick or granite). There were few people in America with formal architectural or engineer training. The first college courses were at the U.S. Military Academy. From 1850 to 1880 West Point graduates provided most of the know-how in improved and varied lighthouse construction.

The lighthouse and its keeper is a romantic idea inspiring paintings, poems and songs.  But, the best of all are the stories.  Lighthouses were developed as a result of ships traveling on perilous waters, only to fall victim to rocks or unseen shoals.

A navigational aid, also called an aid to navigation, is anything that assists a mariner in the course of his passage on the sea. Today, there are many kinds of navigational aids, of which lighthouses are but one example. Indeed, it is the invention of new navigational aids that is threatening the very future of lighthouses, the electronic aid known as Global Positioning by Satellite (GPS), being the most obvious one. People often think that if they have a GPS device they don't need lighthouses any more.

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Florida is famous for its fabled Spanish treasure galleons. Florida's coastline is dotted with more colonial Spanish wrecks than any other state in the nation, primarily because of three treasure fleet disasters. In 1622, 1715, and again in 1733, Spain suffered horrible economic blows when the treasure fleets or flotas entered Florida waters and were destroyed by hurricanes. The 1622 fleet was scattered across the lower Florida Keys and the Dry Tortugas. The 1715 fleet wrecked along the Atlantic coast of southern Florida, on what is now known as the Treasure Coast. And finally, the 1733 fleet met its fate along the upper Florida Keys, from modern Grassy Key to upper Key Largo.

Key Largo Lighthouse


KEY LARGO LIGHTHOUSE

Nearest Town or City: Key Largo Florida United States
Location: Eastern end of Florida Keys.
Managing Organization: Private owner
Notes: The lantern on this privately-built decorative lighthouse came from the Rebecca Shoal Lighthouse. It was salvaged when the lighthouse was destroyed in 1953.
Tower Height: 0
Description Tower: Square pyramidal tower, painted with checkerboard pattern, with iron lantern.
Operational: No
Date Present Tower Built: 1959
Current Use: Decorative.
Directions: The lighthouse is at Oleander Circle off Ocean Way in Key Largo. The site is private property but can be viewed from the street.
Height Focal Plane: 0
National Register: No
State: Florida

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Florida Keys Lighthouses

 
Dry Tortugas (Loggerhead Key) - 1858 (George G. Meade?). Active; focal plane 151 ft
 
 Rebecca Shoal Lighthouse - a 2-1/2 story square wood cottage screwpile, was located 43 miles west of Key West
 
Carysfort - Reef - 1852 (George G. Meade; I.W.P. Lewis, designer). Active; focal plane 100 ft  Located on the reef in John Pennecamp Coral Reef State Park.
 
Molasses Reef - 1921. Active; focal plane 45 ft Located about 8 miles (13 km) southeast of Key Largo
 
 Alligator Reef - 1873. Active; focal plane 136 ft Located about 3 miles southeast of Islamorada.
 
Hen and Chickens Shoal -  Active; focal plane 35 ft Located south of Tavernier
 
Pacific Reef - 1921. The lighthouse, a square pyramidal skeletal steel tower on a screwpile foundation, is located about 3 miles southeast of Elliott Key
Tennessee Reef - 1933. Active; focal plane 49 ft.Located south of Long Key 
 
Somberero Key (Dry Banks) - 1858 (George G. Meade). Active; focal plane 142 ft. Located south of Marathon Key.
 
 American Shoal - 1880. Active; focal plane 109 ft Located southeast of Key West
 
Smith Shoal 1933. Active; focal plane 54 ft.  Located in the Gulf about 5 miles north of Northwest Passage Light, that is, about 11 miles  north northwest of Key West.
 
Key West - 1847 (station established 1825). Inactive since 1969. 86 ft brick tower (raised from 66 ft in 1894),
 
Pulaski Shoal -  Active; focal plane 56 ft. Located in the Gulf west of Smith Shoal and about 30 miles northwest of Key West. 
 
Tortugas Harbor (Garden Key, Fort Jefferson)
1876. Inactive since 1921. 82 ft hexagonal cast iron tower mounted on the walls of Fort Jefferson.
 
Sand Key - 1853 (George G. Meade; I.W.P. Lewis, designer). Station established 1827.Located 7 miles (11 km) southwest of Key West ,
 
Cosgrove Shoal - 1935. Active; focal plane 54 ft. Located south of the Marquesas Keys, about 20 miles west southwest of Key West. 
 
 
DIVE SITES  KEY LARGO AND FLORIDA KEY'S DIVE SPOTS Grecian dive spot,Turtle Reef, Spiegel Grove , Molasses Reef, Christ OF THE DEEP STATUE, Blue Hole, Bib and Duane dive wrecks, French Reef, Benwood wreck, Caryfort Reef, Elbow Reef,Key Largo Dry Rocks shipwrecks and coral reef
 
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OCEAN POINTE SUITE # 1307, KEY LARGO, FLORIDA - OCEANSIDE - MM 92

Ocean Pointe Vacation This upscale Condominium Resort is located directly on the Ocean in Key Largo. Offering a beautifully decorated condo, with two bedroom - two bath with whirlpool tubs for weekly and monthly rentals Ocean Pointe Suite is located,about one hour drive south from Miami international Airport,The hard Rock Cafe-Casino,the Art Deco South Beach and Miami shopping.
About 90 miles east of Key West.



Rates (in US Dollars )
Sep 01-Dec 15 ... $125/night .. $ 800/week. (3 night min)
Dec 16-Aug 31 ... $150/night .. $ 950/week. (3 night min)
Holidays ........ $200/night .. $1100/week. (3 night min)
Special Events .. $200/night .. $1100/week. (3 night min)
Special Events includes Mini + Open Lobster Season.
20 % deposit required to make a reservation.
Refundable up to 30 days before arrival date.

Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
 

 
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Welcome...This page provides information on accommodations as well as a description of the amenities at Ocean Pointe Condo Resort located in Key Largo, Florida. Why stay at a hotel when you can rent an affordable holiday vacation lodging, situated directly on the atlantic ocean. Rent directly from the owner of this chalet, cabin, villa, home, apartment and condo accommodation in the beautiful Florida Keys.

Accommodations include - 2 bedroom, 2 bath suite, a full kitchen, living room, a private balcony with oceanviews.

Amenities include - 67 acres of tropical hardwoods, a protected mangrove forest and beach. Heated pool and spa, lighted tennis courts, marina and waterfront cafe with bar.

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Beautifully decorated, two bedroom, two bath, third-floor Condo. This unit is located at Ocean Pointe Suite and is perfect for anyone who dives, loves to boat, or wants to fish. This cozy unit is warm and inviting for those looking for a relaxing vacation or a getaway.

This resort condo has everything you need to restore your body and your mind. There is an outdoor pool and spa. There is a marina with dock space and boat ramp. There is a fishing pier, beach, canaba all in a park like setting. A sandy beach for relaxing and your tanning pleasure.  There are many restaurents in the area. There are many parks and beaches. You can bike, walk, kayak, sight see, charter boats, water sports, historic sites ect..... Or don't do anything.

Welcome to Ocean Pointe! This condo is available for your enjoyment. Please call or e-mail and you are well on your way to paradise!!!

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Amenities: Phone, Air Conditioning, Cable TVS, VCR, Stereo, CD Player, Full Kitchen, Microwave, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Ice Maker, Cooking Utensils provided, Linens provided, Washer, Dryer, Hot Tub, pool, BBQ grill


Activities (on site or nearby): Beach, pool, Tennis, Biking, Coral Reef,Golf, Parks, beaches, Fishing, Wildlife Viewing, Backcountry Fishing,  Dea Sea Fishing, Kayaking, Shopping, Restaurants, Cinemas, Swimming, Snorkeling/Diving, Boating, Waterskiing, Windsurfing, Parasailing

 
 


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Vacation Rental Description A tropical paradise located directly on the Atlantic Ocean. This is a dream come true, boasting over 67 oceanfront acres of tropical hardwoods, mangrove forest and a beautiful beach.
This is a private gated resort, right on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, the gateway to deep sea fishing. It is conveniently located near Tavernier Creek, with easy access to back-country fishing. This is the sportfishing capital of the world, with the only living coral reef in the continental United States. On the property is: a beach, a dock, a junior olympic size swimming pool with a spa, lighted tennis courts, tiki huts, a cocktail lounge with a cafe.


Vacation Rental Amenities Cocktail Lounge and Cafe - Heated Olympic Size Pool and Spa - Beach Area with Tiki Huts - Oceanfront Gazebo - Lighted Tennis Courts - Marina with Dock - Boat Ramp - Bait and Tackle Shop

Activities and Attractions JOHN PENNECAMP PARK * UPPER KEYS CORAL REEF * DEEP SEA FISHING * KAYAKING * BACKCOUNTRY FISHING * RESTAURANTS * SUNSET-SUNRISE * PARROT-HEADS ARE WELCOME


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A hurricane is a tropical system with maximum sustained winds of at least 74 mph. At the center of the hurricane is an "eye" that varies in size but is commonly 20 to 30 miles wide. While the storm itself may extend out from the eye several hundred miles, hurricane force winds (74 mph) routinely extend 50 to 100 miles out of the eye. Atlantic hurricanes "spin" in a counter clockwise rotation that is started by the rotation of the earth.

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Key Largo is known as the "Diving Capital of the World" while Islamorada is called the "Sport Fishing Capital".

Miami to Key West is one of the more memorable automobile tours. Drive the Overseas Highway across a 128 mile chain of subtropical islands.This chain of coral and limestone islands connected by 42 bridges. The waters ranging from aquamarine to deep blue and emerald green. With dazzling sunsets and sunrises. Just off U.S. 1 you can fine an underwater worlds of silent beauty, tropical birds, mangrove islands and the key deer. A prime vacation spot. A place where artists, writers, fishers, and retirees make their homes in the  fragile natural resources of the Florida Keys.

Fishing and kayaking are some of the many alluring outdoor adventures in the Upper Keys, a collection of 823 islands.

Your Upper Keys adventure and beach vacation features hiking, biking, kayaking, and some of the best snorkeling in the world! Not to mention a chance to relax on the beach and catch some sun. Explore the Florida Keys including historic and eccentric Key West, the Everglades National Park and the best of Florida’s state parks. Look for the hiden beauity of manatees, alligators, and thousands of exotic birds. Take an air boat ride or do some fishing.  


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Ocean Pointe Suites at Key Largo. Spread across 67 acres of the Florida Keys ... 2 Lighted tennis courts, large pool, private beach, kayaking, volleyball ...

 When I think of the Florida Keys, and the island called, Key Largo comes from the Spanish cayo, meaning island, and largo, meaning long and Key Largo is the longest of the keys at 33 miles. Key Largo is situated between Everglades National Park to the north-west and John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park to the east, the first underwater park in the United States and the site of the only living coral barrier reef in the continental United States.

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