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"Essentially all of Biscayne Bay is considered a "Critical Habitat" for Johnson Seagrass (per 50 CFR 226.213). The only exceptions are navigational channels, the Oleta river, the Little River, and the Miami River. [PDF]. Dredging anywhere else is prohibited within the Bay. That said, if you can get over the "icky" factor, seagrass is really cool to swim in if you have a mask and want to look at interesting sea life. My greater concern is protection from boats."-anon [Frolic In The Bay At This 51 Story Edgewater Condo]