Sail Fish Scuba: 12 May 2018

Stormy Rainy Florida Keys Scuba Diving Snorkeling Afternoon. We didn’t let a little rain stop us from showing our guests a fine time snorkeling and scuba diving today. We give thanks to the folks at Florida Keys Dive Center for the boarding pass seats on their boat this afternoon. Inst. Mike photo-guided our scuba diving guest while Inst. David photo-snorkel-guided our snorkeling guests. It does not matter if it’s raining when you are headed out to play in the water, you are getting wet anyways. The fish didn’t seem to mind the rain either, plenty showed up to have their photos taken.

Reef Report

North East 50 degrees 14 – 15 knots
1.5 – 2.5 feet
Moderate Current
35 – 40 feet
Water Temperature

Dive Profiles

Dive 1 Pete’s Reef Islamorada
Depth: 19 Feet
Bottom Time: 57 Min
Surface Interval: 20 Minutes
Dive 2 Shark Ledge Islamorada
Depth: 20 Feet
Bottom Time: 60 Min

Your Crew Today

Captain: Crew of Florida Keys Diving Center
First Mate: Crew of Florida Keys Diving Center
Dive Guide: Mike
Snorkel Guide: David

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Stormy Rainy Florida Keys Scuba Diving Snorkeling Afternoon