Posts Tagged ‘angelfish’

SCUBA

The Florida Sea Base staff members get tired of me constantly commenting about good v bad.  Our weather improved yet again yesterday (good).  But the wind clocked more to the east (bad).  The Scuba Certification crew enjoyed two great dives yesterday.  The surface conditions were a little lumpy, and the water temperature had dropped about 2 degrees, but the visibility was great at Davis Ledge and Davie-Crocker Reef.

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I took video and some still shoots during the dives.  This pair of French Angelfish were found on Davie-Crocker Reef.  You can see the Scouts diving about 60′ away in the background.

SAILING

I did not cross paths with anyone from the sailing side of our business yesterday afternoon.  They had two crews in for shore leave.  They must have had an awesome day or I would have heard otherwise.

NEW ROTATION

Today will be a very busy day for Office Manager Susan Mahoney.  Five Coral Reef Sailing crews, one Scuba Liveaboard crew, and one Sea Exploring crew will be checking in today.  Another set of five Coral Reef Sailing crews, one Scuba Liveaboard crew, and one Sea Exploring crew will be checking out today and preparing for tomorrow’s return home.

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