Below are detailed maps of the Southeast Florida Reef Tract. FOFR focuses on the Southeast FL Coral Reef Initiative (SEFCRI) Zone -- approximately 105 miles of reefs located just offshore between Miami-Dade County (top of Biscayne National Park) north to Martin County (Port St. Lucie), including the coasts of Broward and Palm Counties. As of Mid-2018, this area is also legally known as the SE Florida Coral Reef Ecosystem Conservation Area. The entire reef tract extends more than 350 miles south through the FL Keys to the Dry Tortugas, making it one of the major barrier reef systems in the world.

Take a Virtual Aerial Tour of the 100+ Mile Southeast Florida Reef Tract via the Unique Video Below:

Base maps above courtesy of the FDEP Coral Reef Conservation Program

SE FL Reefs Mapping Flyby Courtesy of NSU Oceanographic Institute & National Coral Reef Institute (Brian K. Walker, Ph.D.)


​For comprehensive reef mapping imagery, please visit the Our Floirda Reefs Marine Planner: http://ofr.marineplanner.io