14 August 2019

Everyone Loves Feeling Gentle Summer Breezes In The Florida Keys Which Keeps Seas Conditions Calm

Summer Breezes are gentle this time of the year in The Florida Keys which provides calm Seas Conditions.

The morning started with Inst. Thomas teaching dive master intern at Jules Undersea Lodge. Our afternoon boat tour was lobster hunting fun for guests with Inst. Chris.
Life is good in Key Largo, Florida Keys.

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East 90 degrees 2 – 4 knots
Flat to .5’ surface chop here and there.
Light Current
55 – 75 feet
Water Temperature
87.2 F
AIR Temperature
87 F & Humid ~ Feels like: 100F today with75% humidity

PM Dives : Chris’s Secret Reef & Lobster Heaven

Depth: 28′ & 26′ Feet
Bottom Time: 55 Min & 55 Min
Surface Interval: 29 Minutes

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14 August 2019

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Summer Breezes Florida Keys Seas Conditions

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Summer Breezes Florida Keys Seas Conditions