26 October 2019
All Day Today We Enjoyed Delightful Scuba Diving Conditions Despite Winds
Delightful Scuba Diving and Snorkeling Conditions Despite Winds Today.
Huge old loggerhead turtles and massive sized spotted eagle rays came and played with our dive group at Molasses Reef this morning! Great time had by all!
Captain Bill was at the helm of DEEPER all day and Captain Chris was acting first mate. PADI Inst. Tom was our dive guide this morning and took simply amazing videos and photos of all that was seen.
PADI Inst. Mike taught our newest class of Youth Discover Scuba Diving class and pool this morning. Then he took them on DEEPER this afternoon for the Ocean dives to see the World famous, Christ of the Abyss and see all the cool sea critters.
Also, on the afternoon boat was PADI Inst. Sara as guide to our group of certified divers and joined by her husband for a fun dive.
Our afternoon snorkeling group was guided by PADI Inst. Tom and he showed them an excellent time and again took great photos.
Thank You Going Out To:
Thanks to the good folks over at Jacobs Aquatic center pool for having our Padi Inst. Mike and newest youth Discover Scuba Diving class there for training this morning.
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Looking for today’s Key Largo, Florida Keys Reef and Weather Report? Here it is just for you.
Daily Keys Weather Report: Key Largo, Florida
Weather Link To Follow
South East 130 degrees 12 – 14 knots steady breeze with gusts up to 22 knots now and then.
Steady 2.0 – 2.5’ seas with a few 3.0’ – 3.5’ rollers here and there
20 – 30 feet
85 F & Humid ~ Feels like: 94F today with 73% humidity
AM Dives: Molasses Reef ( Eagle Ray Alley & Winch Hole Sites )
Depth: 31 & 39 Feet
Bottom Time: 42 & 41 Min
Surface Interval: 8 Minutes
PM Dives : Key Largo Dry Rocks Reef ( Christ of Abyss Site ) & Elbow Reef ( Wreck-N-Reef Site)
Depth: 28′ & 27′ Feet
Bottom Time: 43 Min & 47 Min
Surface Interval: 24 Minutes
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