Sail Fish Scuba: April 2022 Guest Photos and Key Largo Diving Images. Daily reef report and dive profile details from your Key Largo Tour. All April guest photos are provided here and are divided into each half day tour.
Spring is here and the water is warming up.
We hope you enjoyed the Peaceful and Pleasant Scuba Diving and Snorkeling we strive daily to offer to all our Key Largo, Florida Keys guests.
Please scroll down to find the date and time of your tour.
Once you click on the album it will open to share all the fun memories we made together. Remember folks, we are not offering Professional PHOTOGRAPHY Services during our tours and these are just free fun snapshots taken by our guides. The Flickr app is a free download to your smartphone and makes viewing, saving and sharing all these images much easier. If you are not familiar with Flicker, do a YouTube search on how to operate Flicker albums.
* Happy 10 Year in Business Sail Fish Scuba 2012 – 2022: FREE Photos and more. SCROLL Down to your Album *
~ Remember folks we do not sell photography and these are just fun snapshots from your tours ~ FREE Guests Photos
Sail Fish Scuba always provides guests with FREE photos of their tours.
If you do not know how to use FLICKR to view, save, and share your photos: Search YouTube for Flicker how to videos.
Winds REEF WIND & SEAS Seas
Please follow the LINK provided for Windfinder.com to view the daily REEF Report Conditions Water Temperature
Annual Water Temperature RANGES HERE: Jan–March surface 72F and Depth as low as 66F April–May surface 78F and Depth 74 – 78F June Water WARMS UP: Surface 80F & Depth 77 – 80F *SUMMER is our Peak Season for the Florida Keys and the Surface water for July – September is 90F and at depth 83 – 88F Oct – Dec cooling each day: 84F Surface and at depth 77 – 82F SITE Visibility Viz at a dive site can be 100 feet when we arrive and with tide changes, winds picking up and causing surface waves and underwater surge, it can drop to half this in 30 minutes while we are diving the site. And the opposite is true if we arrive and it’s soupy viz, but during the dive the current picks up or the tide changes or the wind slows or stops, it can clear up rapidly.
Honestly: We never know the viz for any site/day until we pull up to the mooring ball to tie up, sorry. http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=MLRF1
Dive Profiles ARE Available From Your Dive Guide or On The Dry Erase Board Daily
Great NEWS: if you forgot to get them while at the shop, They are still AVAILABLE
WE take a picture of the Dry Erase board & load it into your album of Photo!
Just scroll thru the AM or PM album and find your log book detail!
What We This WEEK
Inst. Mike & Inst. Tom & Inst. Chris & Inst. Jen always busy teaching PADI courses year round! DM Rick, DM Tim, DM Megan, DM David, and Captain Bill always on the boat making guests happy year-round! PADI Dive Master Intern Marcus always assisting everyone!
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Florida Keys islands are the sub-tropical Caribbean of the USA.
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We sure hope you enjoy viewing the images from our fun tours in the link below. Photos taken on our tours are always FREE to our guests as our personal gift.
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