7 January 2020
A Pod Of Dolphins Follow Dive Boat This Morning In The Upper Florida Keys Area
Dolphins Follow Our Dive Boat this morning for nearly a mile in The Upper Florida Keys Area on our way to the reef. What a delight this was to see for our crew and our guests. The pod was 2 large adult dolphins and 2 babies between them. The adults appeared to be teaching the babies how to ride the stern wake of our boat and having a wonderful time of it.
We visited the deep reef wall at Elbow Reef and then City of Washington shipwreck for our morning dives. In the afternoon we ventured out to Molasses Reef for both of our dives.
What We Did Today
Captain Bill was at the helm of Deeper and PADI Inst. Mike was dive guide all day. It was excellent conditions for our certified diver group in both the morning and afternoon. Nearly flat seas and a clear sky full of sunshine all day.
Florida Keys islands are the sub-tropical Caribbean of the USA.
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Daily Keys Weather Report: Key Largo, Florida
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30 degrees N. North East 5 – 11 knots
1.5’ to 3.0’ feet seas today
Light to moderate Current
35 – 45 feet viz due to wind/seas
76 F at surface & 72 F at depth all dives today.
77 F & ~ Feels like: 79 F today with 48% humidity which is extremely low for the Florida Keys!
AM Dives: Elbow Reef: Deep Wall Ball & City of Washington Shipwreck
Depth: 43 & 26 Feet
Bottom Time: 43 & 43 Min
Surface Interval: 18 Minutes
PM Dives : Molasses Reef: Winch Hole & Race Track
Depth: 34′ & 30′ Feet
Bottom Time: 45 Min & 46 Min
Surface Interval: 12 Minutes
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