17 August 2019
Guests Always Ask What Visibility Is Expected During Key Largo Tours
What Visibility Is Expected During Key Largo Tours is a super common question we get asked every day.
This is tricky to predict, as tidal changes and the movement of the Straits of Florida mainly control the visibility at our sites. If the Gulf Stream moves in closer to land it pushes the currents of the Straits of Florida into our dive and snorkel sites. When this happens the visibility improves greatly, however the strong currents sometimes make getting into the water unsafe.
Today Captain Bill and Tim as mate on dive boat DEEPER took PADI Inst. Thomas and Padi Inst. mike as dive guides DM Rick as snorkeling guide out morning and afternoon. Our guests had the nicest of times and we did the very best with the conditions Mother Nature handed us.
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East 90 degrees 8 – 14 knots
.5’ – 1.0’ surface chop here and there.
Light to moderate Current
90.4 F & Humid ~ Feels like: 99F today with 59% humidity
AM Dives: Hanna M Bell & Acorn wrecks
Depth: Tom 27, Mike 29 feet & 25 Feet
Bottom Time: Tom 37min & Tom 46 Min Mike 40 Min
Surface Interval: 28 Minutes
PM Dives : Benwood and French Reef
Depth: 48′ &33′ Feet
Bottom Time: 38 Min & 43 Min
Surface Interval: 20 Minutes
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