Florida Keys Scuba Diving with Sail Fish Scuba
1 September, 2018 AM & PM
Spiegel Grove Shipwreck
This morning at Spiegel Grove Who doesn’t love seeing a 510 foot long retired NAVY Ship resting upright on the bottom of the ocean? Today we were pleased Mother Nature handed us only 12 to 14 knot winds which equaled only 2 – 3 feet seas. There was only a mild to light current on the wreck dives as well today which pleased all our divers.
Benwood Shipwreck and Reef
The second site at Benwood Benwood shipwreck always pleases divers with it’s massive schools of Grunt fish. The huge anchor and the beautiful corals surrounding the shipwreck aren’t bad to look at either.
Key Largo Dry Rocks Reef which is home to Christ of the Abyss statue
This afternoon at Christ of the Abyss Everyone loves seeing the world famous Christ of the Abyss statue at this site and the hand of God reef. This reef from a sky view resembles a hand pressing down on Earth with the wrist being the dry rocks at low tide. Between the fingers is placed the lovely bronze statue of Jesus.
N. North Dry Rocks Reef
The second site at N. N. Dry Rocks The corals at this site are stacked like isles of a grocery store and filled with the most lovely fish.
Excellent time was had by all scuba divers enjoying the wrecks and reefs of Key Largo, Florida Keys.
Spiegel Benwood Scuba Instruction Christ Statue Dive
The crew at Sail Fish Scuba dive shop strive daily to provide the best possible photo guided Key Largo scuba and snorkeling tours. We sure hope if you joined today you enjoyed the level of customer service we provided. Today was just all around a perfectly pleasant day in the Florida Keys, and we were happy you enjoyed it with us. We give thanks to all the good folks who selected Sail Fish Scuba for their scuba diving and snorkeling Key Largo tours today.
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