Those attending the inaugural season of the Florida Sea Base in the US Virgin Islands may have weather related questions.  You may bookmark this site if you like.  I’m sure there are a jillion other sites as well, but this one put the information in an easy to decipher table.  Don’t be put off by the rainfall.  It is similar to the Florida Keys.  It may rain about every other day, but the showers are usually spotty and brief – a nice cooling fresh water rinse if you will.

Captain Mike and Captain Kelly are very excited about being your hosts in the Sea Base St. Thomas sailing adventure.  They are working diligently to prepare an outstanding program.  I know they will be looking forward to feedback on how the adventure can be tweaked for future crews, including your next trip with them.


Back at the Florida Sea Base in Islamorada, we have two Scuba Liveaboard crews and six Coral Reef Sailing crews enjoying some great weather on the reefs.  It is very slow on base.  The few remaining staff members will be kept busy making preparations for the Tarpon Tournament and/or the summer program season.


The weather looks very good for the coming week.

Capt. Steve Willis
Professional Scuba Bum™
Aboard S/V Escape

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