7 August 2019
Key Largo’s Molasses Reef Summer Scuba Diving With Excellent Visibility
Molasses Reef is a Summer Scuba Diving favorite as it nearly always provides Excellent Visibility and tons of large fish life sightings. This morning Captain Bill and First Mate Tim took PADI Instructors Mike and Tom with our groups of certified divers out to explore the far South end of Molasses Reef. Spotted Eagle Rays and lots of Nurse Sharks were just some of the big fish sightings.
The afternoon was a private guided certified diver with Inst. Mike and a family of 5 snorkeling guests with Inst. Thomas. Excellent time was surely had by all today with nearly flat seas and excellent visibility.
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East 90 degrees 5 – 10 knots
.5’ to a gentle rolling 1.0’ here and there.
Light to Moderate Current
65 – 75 feet
90.4 F & Humid ~ Feels like: 95F today with 90% humidity
AM Dives: Molasses Reef: Winch Hole & Fire Coral Caves
Depth: 30 & 25 Feet
Bottom Time: 46 & 43 Min
Surface Interval: 16 Minutes
PM Dives : Christ of Abyss & Horseshoe Reef
Depth: 32′ & 25′ Feet
Bottom Time: 43 Min & 44 Min
Surface Interval: 18 Minutes
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