Diving Eagle Ray Alley Molasses Reef

This morning we went Diving Eagle Ray Alley site at Molasses Reef and got to see lots of maritime archeological artifacts all along the reef. Captain Bill took divers out on DEEPER and the first stop was Diving Eagle Ray Alley dive site at Molasses Reef. The second site was called The Aquarium Reef which is also located at Molasses Reef here in Key Largo, Florida Keys.
Molasses Reef is a protected area in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and is home to many old shipwrecks. Our guides this morning PADI OWSI Instructor Alex and PADI MSDT Instructor Thomas guided our divers around these sites and took amazing photos during the tour.
Check out the album of photos below of these two sites and all the fun everyone was having.

Molasses Reef Eagle Ray Alley and Aquarium Sites Visited Today

Sail Fish Scuba Key Largo Dive Shop

15 March 2019

AM: Molasses Reef @ Eagle Ray Alley Site

This Morning at Eagle Ray Alley PADI Inst. Alex guided our certified diver group of 4 divers and PADI Inst. Thomas was requested Private Guide for the other 2 certified divers. Both groups enjoyed exploring the massive living coral reef and getting to see some maritime archology wreckage along the way.
Mother Nature was kind by reducing the winds overnight to only near 15 knots which allowed us to take the boat out today safely.

AM: Molasses Reef @ Aquarium Site

The second site at Aquarium Site was a pure delight to get to see tons of fish and more maritime archology wreckage. The living coral reef is just simply massive and the reef fish are just colorful joys to see.

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Reef Report

South South East 150 degrees 14 – 17 knots
Steady 2.5’ seas with a few rollers now and then up to 3.5’
Light to Moderate Revers Current
35 – 45 feet
Water Temperature
78.1 F ~ Perfect Shorty Wetsuit temperature!
AIR Temperature
76.8 F
Partly Sunny with a steady SSE 15 knot wind all day


Dive Profiles

Morning Dives

AM Dive 1 SITE : Molasses Reef Eagle Ray Alley

AM Dive 1 SITE : Eagle Ray Alley
Depth: Alex 30’ & Tom 30’ Feet
Bottom Time: A-40 & T-32 Min
Massive reef, beautiful fish, and old wreckage were cool to see.
Surface Interval: 21 Minutes

AM Dive 2 SITE : Molasses Reef Aquarium Site

AM Dive 2 SITE : Aquarium Site

Depth: Alex 31’ & Tom 29’ Feet
Bottom Time: A-37 & T-32 Min
Old wreckage and tons of fish.

Your Crew Today

Dive Shop Staff:
Owner of Sail Fish Scuba: Jen Kerr
Crew of DEEPER: Captain Bill
Dive Guide: PADI Inst. Alex & PADI Inst. Thomas

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15 March 2019
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Excellent time was had by all scuba divers enjoying the wrecks and reefs of Key Largo, Florida Keys.
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Diving Eagle Ray Alley Molasses Reef
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