Sail Fish Scuba: 11 May 2018 AM

East Winds Impact Scuba Diving Key Largo Conditions. When the wind blows from the East in Key Largo, Florida Keys it creates bigger seas. We were thankful today that the weatherman was wrong once again when he called for near 20 knots. Winds staying more North direction really helped too making it really nice diving. We thank Amoray Dive Resort for the boarding pass seats on their boat this morning. Their crew took scuba dive guide Instructor Holly and our divers out to Molasses Reef. The two sites visited were both very fish filled and we even saw a nice size shark up close and personal.

Reef Report

East North East Degrees 70’ Blowing 14 – 15 knots
2 – 2.5 feet
Light Current
45 – 50 feet
Water Temperature

Dive Profiles

Dive 1 Eagle Ray Alley at Molasses Reef
Depth: 36 Feet
Bottom Time: 49 Min
Surface Interval: 30 Minutes
Dive 2 Fire Coral Caves at Molasses Reef
Depth: 30 Feet
Bottom Time: 55 Min

Your Crew Today

Captain: Boat Crew of Amoray Dive Resort
First Mate: Boat Crew of Amoray Dive Resort
Dive Guide: Holly
Dive Instructor: David & Mike went to Jacobs Aquatic Center Pool this morning with our newest PADI Open Water Diver class of 2 students and 1 Scuba Tune-Up student.

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East Winds Impact Scuba Diving Key Largo Conditions