Elbow Reef Shipwrecks Key Largo
Key Largo has many reef areas. One of the favorite of snorkel and diver guests alike is Elbow Reef.
Wow what a wonderful morning we just had at Elbow Reef.
~ City of Washington & Hannah M. Bell shipwrecks seem unharmed by hurricane Irma.
Viz. at Elbow Reef has cleaned up to 75′ – 85′ feet!
2 -3 foot waves.
Light to moderate current.
What we saw
Tab bit of moon jellyfish but they bring in the sea turtles!
Diver and snorkelers were all treated to seeing many turtles today.
Wreck City of Washington seem nearly unchanged post hurricane Irma.
In the link above you will see before hurricane Irma photos.
Here are post hurricane Irma photos of the same site.
Wreck Hannah M. Bell also did not appear to have changed much photo hurricane Irma.
The image above was taken Friday 13 October 2017 post hurricane Irma at Elbow Reef.
As you can see in this image above and in the link below Elbow Reef shipwreck Hannah M. Bell looks the same.
What we did
Our newest PADI Wreck Diver specialty student did a great job mapping with Inst. David.
Snorkel guide Holly managed the snorkelers keeping them away from the jellies.
Captain Dave enjoyed keeping everyone safe topside.
Overall ~ It was the best day so far post hurricane Irma.