Unexpected Stormy South Florida Diving Afternoon

Stormy South Florida Diving Afternoon Friday ended up cutting our dive tour short a bit. It is always safety first when it comes to squall storms across the open ocean and that is exactly what we did. Mother nature rules when it comes to being out on the ocean on a boat. If she quickly sneaks a squall up on us and it does not look like it will pass by in only a few minutes, it is prudent to head back to shore.

28 June 2019

Elbow Reef ~ Sand Highway Dive Site

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Reef Report

East 120 degrees 8 – 14 knots & then the SQUALL came with 20 knots+
1.0’ when we entered the water, Post Dive during SQUALL: 4’ to 5’ super choppy seas
Light to moderate Current
55 – 65 feet
Water Temperature
85 F
AIR Temperature
86.4 F & Humid

Dive Profiles

Afternoon Dives

PM Dive : Elbow Reef ~ Sand Highway

PM Dives : Sand Highway
Depth: 30 Feet
Bottom Time: 35 Min

Your Crew Today

Dive Shop Staff:
Owner of Sail Fish Scuba: Jen Kerr
Captain /First Mate PM:
Crew of Horizon Divers
Dive Guides PM: Chris & Thomas & Mike

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28 June 2019

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Stormy South Florida Diving Afternoon

Stormy South Florida Diving Afternoon
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