Sunday was a great day to go diving. The conditions in Fort Lauderdale were fantastic. The seas were calm and the visibility was about 75 feet. John took Steve on his first ocean dive. The first dive was on the Wreck of the Tracy. This was a great dive, filled with two huge schools of grunts, plus the occasional angelfish. There was also a large jack that cruised by. Dana buddied up with one of Sea Experiences’ instructor to explore both the Jay Scutti and the Tracy. The second dive was a drift over Fisher’s Pedestal. Unfortunately, John did not see any lobster, but there were plenty of cowfish.
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- Station MLRF1 - Molasses Reef, FLMay 18, 2013 9:00 pm EDT Location: 25.012N 80.376W Wind Direction: E (80°) Wind Speed: 8.0 knots Wind Gust: 8.9 knots Atmospheric Pressure: 30.08 in (1018.5 mb) Pressure Tendency: +0.02 in (+0.7 mb) Air Temperature: 79.3°F (26.3°C) Water Temperature: 79.7°F (26.5°C)
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