Bans In The Florida Keys On Certain Types Sunscreen Questions Answered Here.

Florida Keys Sunscreen Questions Answered right here from the most asked guest questions. Scientists have been studying the decline of the coral reef for years and recently realized humans have a lot to do with the damage. Our sunscreens come off our skin as soon as we enter the ocean and the chemicals sink and coat the corals. Corals need sun to survive and thrive. Our sunscreen blocks the sun from them and is killing the corals.
Over 14,000 tons of sunscreen is estimated to enter the ocean each year from humans wearing it as they enter the water.
Did you know you can purchase a UPF 50 Sun Protection full body suit from Sail Fish Scuba for only $49.50? It has long sleeves, long pant legs, high pop neck collar, and easy don front zipper. It is wash and wear like any other clothes and it is extremely quick dry when getting wet. We tested one of these with daily wear in the sun and ocean off our dive boat and it has lasted over 2 years! Imagine how many bottles of sunscreen you would have to buy for that same protection price! And think how much we saved the ocean by not wearing that sunscreen!
Sail Fish Scuba also sells long sleeve UPF sunscreen shirts for only $34.50 and we tested these over the past 2 years as well and they hold up great with daily sun and sea water use!
Call us to buy one, 305-453-3446. We take cc payment via phone or PayPal and can ship to anywhere in the mainland USA.

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Shallow Shipwrecks & Reef Sites

All day today at Key Largo Dive Sites the crew of Sail Fish Scuba showed guests of Sail Fish Scuba the most lovely time and took fun photos for them to go home with to remember their tours.
We would love to have you join us for a tour next week and signing up is super easy on our website 24/7.

Where to go for Lunch/Dinner after your tour

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Reef Report

South East 110 degrees 12 – 14 knots
1.0’ to 2.0’ here and there.
Light Current
35 – 45 feet
Water Temperature
82.6 F
AIR Temperature
90.6 F & Humid

Dive Profiles

Morning / Afternoon Dives

AM Dives: Anchor Chain Reef & Fingers Reef @ Elbow Reef

AM Dives: Elbow Reef
Depth: 28 & 27 Feet
Bottom Time: 43 Min both dives
Surface Interval: 12 Minutes

PM Dives: Benwood Shipwreck & Sand Bottom Caves at French Reef

PM Dives :Benwood & French Reef

Depth: 47′ & 36’Feet
Bottom Time: 52 Min & 49 Min
Surface Interval: 16 Minutes

Your Crew Today

Dive Shop Staff:
Owner of Sail Fish Scuba: Jen Kerr & Chris Kerr
Crew of Horizon Divers AM & PM boats
Dive Guide: PADI Inst. Thomas
Private Guides ~ PM:
Dive Guide: PADI Inst. Chris
Snorkel Guide: PADI Dive Master Rick

FREE Guests Photos

Sail Fish Scuba always provides guests with FREE photos of their tours.
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Florida Keys Sunscreen Questions Answered

Every day the dive shop phone rings and tourist ask about Florida Keys Sunscreen Questions and we hope this tiny blog post Answered some of those questions.
Thanks for reading and we sure look forward to you coming to dive or snorkel with us at Sail Fish Scuba.

Florida Keys Sunscreen Questions Answered