Florida Keys and Key Largo Scuba Guests Love Warm Water

The Ocean water temperature in Key Largo pleases Scuba Guests and makes them Love the Warm Water. Today the water reached 80 F. and that feels super when scuba diving on tours with Sail Fish Scuba. Our snorkeling guests were also super happy with the nice warm water this morning and afternoon on tours.

3 May 2019

Key Largo Shallow Reef Sites

All day today at Key Largo Dive Sites the crew of DEEPER 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

E. South East 155 degrees 13 – 14 knots
1.5’ to a gentle rolling 2.0’ here and there.
Light Current
50 – 60 feet
Water Temperature
80.1 F
AIR Temperature
81.7 F

Dive Profiles

Morning / Afternoon Dives

AM Dives: Horseshoe Reef & K.L.D.R. Reef

AM Dives : Horseshoe & Christ of Abyss
Depth: 23 & 28 Feet
Bottom Time: 43 Min. both dives

PM Dives : Molasses Reef

PM Dives: Eagle Ray Alley and Aquarium

Depth: 30 and 28 Feet
Bottom Time: 44 and 45 Min

Your Crew Today

Dive Shop Staff:
Owner of Sail Fish Scuba: Jen Kerr and Chris Kerr
Crew of DEEPER: Captain Bill
AM and PM:
Dive Guide: PADI Inst. Mike

Snorkel Guide: PADI Inst. Thomas

FREE Guests Photos

Sail Fish Scuba always provides guests with FREE photos of their tours.
3 May 2019

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Key Largo Scuba Guests Love Warm Water
Key Largo Scuba Guests Love Warm Water