Scuba Key Largo November
The morning boat for Scuba in Key Largo on November 18, 2017 report.
What an awesome morning we had today diving Molasses Reef, Winch Hole On Molasses & Spanish Anchor.
Scuba Key Largo November – Who Worked
Owner Jen was dive guide.
Owner Chris covered the dive shop and worked on our DEEPER dive boat make-over projects.
Boarding Pass Dive Boat
Thanks to Amoray Dive Resort for the seats on their boat to get us out to the reed and back safely.
One of the guests today was Stacie, a many time return guest to Sail Fish Scuba dive shop.
She brought her friend, Marylou who works at Dolphins Plus, Inc.
It is always wonderful to see return guests, and we especially love when they bring along new guests.
What We Saw Scuba Diving
Dive guide Jen was so stoked to find this less than 1/2″ little macro critter during the dives today.
This is a baby oatmeal mantis shrimp.
Mantis shrimp are often hard to find during scuba diving.
There is some very interesting things to learn about Mantis shrimps.
We also found a huge green moray eel getting a cleaning in a cave, and a school of some of the biggest gray angel fish we have ever seen.
REEF Report: Air 76F, Water 81F, 1′ – 2′ seas, mild current, 100+’ Viz! It was just awesome!
Jen got some cool photos to share here of Amoray’s Inst. teaching today.
What a wonderful day to be taking PADI Open Water Diver certification lessons in Key Largo, Florida Keys.
If you are interested to earn your PADI Open Water Diver certification, check out all the details in the link below.
Completing the knowledge development at home is super easy for this course. Just follow the below link to sign up and start today.
There is only required two full days of water training to earn this certification at Sail Fish Scuba.
Checking on Corals Post Hurricane Irma
A goal of our staff post hurricane Irma is to note the condition of the coral reef, and report to agencies.
While scuba diving we found some Coral Restoration Foundation tags, but the poor corals didn’t make it.