Kimpton Angler’s South Beach has re-launched its ‘Rescue-a-Reef” excursion to include an in-the-field off-shore experience with members of the Coral Restoration Lab and Rescue a Reef program at the University of Miami’s (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric, and Earth Science.

Available to guests of Kimpton Angler’s, the half-day outing on Key Biscayne includes a private charter by Deco Divers to the hotel’s adopted Angler’s Reef site which the hotel works in partnership with UM to monitor and maintain. Also included are on-board beverages and snacks, and the option to ride-along, snorkel or dive at depths of approximately 25 feet.
To learn about the important role coral reefs play in our oceans, guests can now have a team from the University of Miami Coral Restoration Lab join and provide an interactive on-board lesson on reef restoration and dive to the Angler’s reef site. Other add-ons include a chef-curated boxed lunch, and transfers to and from the nearby marina.
Ideal for families, friends and corporate teams seeking a shared learning adventure, Kimpton Angler’s curated reef rescue experience is available for groups of two to 10. Kimpton Angler’s front desk team will arrange the four-hour guided excursions which depart from South Beach Marina, conveniently located near the hotel.
Kimpton Angler’s Rescue-a-Reef excursion includes the charter with licensed captain and crew with rates starting at $1,495 (Mondays through Thursdays) and $1,995 (Fridays through Sundays). Pricing does not include equipment rentals; cost of dive partner (required if diving); taxes and gratuities; and interactive reef restoration experience with the University of Miami team ($200, with advance two-week notice required). Pricing for boxed lunches and transfers provided at time of booking. To learn more, or inquire about booking an excursion, visit