10 December 2019
What An Assortment Of Florida Keys Soft Corals and Sponges We Saw Today
Florida Keys Soft Corals and Sponges are too often overlooked by divers on tours. PADI Inst. Jen is super passionate about the soft corals and sponges of the Florida Keys and loves educating the guests about these items.
By swimming super slow today looking for and photographing these amazing soft corals and sponges, Inst. Jen spotted over 20 Flamingo Tongues and 5 Brittle Stars!
If you are interested to join PADI Inst. Jen for a private guided tour to learn about all these items, just simply phone the dive shop and book your dives. 305-453-3446.
Florida Keys islands are the sub-tropical Caribbean of the USA.
Dive Key Largo, Pennekamp State Park and the Upper Florida Keys with PADI 5 Star Dive and Snorkel center Sail Fish Scuba! We are located just a short drive from Miami, in the Upper Keys at Mile Marker 103 Bay Side. Our dive shop in Key Largo has everything you’ll need for your diving adventure and if you are joining us for tours, you will get 15% off all items we have for sale on the walls!
Thank You Going Out To:
Thanks Captain Chris for being at the helm of dive boat DEEPER this morning and thanks PADI Inst. Jen for working triple duty today. Jen had her shop hat on when the divers arrived and then slipped right into first mate/dive guide positions for the morning boat tour.
Thanks also to PADI MSDT Inst. Thomas for coming into the shop on a moments notice this afternoon to teach PADI EANX, DEEP, and Wreck classroom lesson in advance to tomorrow and Thursday training dives.
We sure hope you enjoy viewing the hundreds of images from our fun tours in the link below. Photos taken on our tours are always FREE to our guests as our personal gift.
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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
East 90 degrees 12 – 16 knots
2.5’ to 4.0’ feet seas today
Light to moderate Current & tons of Surge underwater
15 – 25 feet viz due to wind/seas
76 F & Humid ~ Feels like: 80F today with 80% humidity
AM Dives: N. North Dry Rocks Reef & Horseshoe Reef
Depth: 33 & 25 Feet
Bottom Time: 48 & 42 Min
Surface Interval: 9 Minutes
Where to go for Lunch/Dinner after your tour
Check out these coupons for local restaurants. Show the virtual coupon upon your arrival at each restaurant to get the great discounts. https://sailfishscuba.com/key-largo-information/coupons/