Sail Fish Scuba: 27 January 2018

Kayaking Key Largo Coral Reef State Park Windy January Day. When the winds blow over 20 knots and going out to the living coral reef is not an option Sail Fish Scuba offers guest the mangrove jungle kayaking tour as a great back up. Sunny skies and cool breezes made kayaking with guide Nick a fun time for all today. If you are not a swimmer, windy days are not the best day for kayaking as the possibility to flip kayaks does go up. Today’s guests had no issues with swimming and enjoyed themselves. Best part was when guide Nick tried to lean and miss running into a spider web and flipped his kayak! We love goofing off with our guests and making their tour as enjoyable as possible! That’s why we do what we do everyday!

Reef Report

East 100 deg true 28 – 29 knots
Largo Sound 1.5 – 2.0 feet
Light Current
5 – 10 feet
Water Temperature

Dive Profiles

Kayak Site 1 The Whip
Depth: 10 Feet
Paddle Time: 30 Min
Break Interval: 14 Minutes
Kayak Site 2 Turtle Grass Creek
Depth: 12 Feet
Paddle Time: 40 Min

Your Crew Today

Kayaking Guide: Nick

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Kayaking Key Largo Coral Reef State Park Windy January Day