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Reef Report:

May 22nd - Fort Lauderdale with American Dream II


Dive 1 Hammerhead Reef: Conditions were sunny with a few scattered clouds. Seas were less than two feet. This was a drift dive along the western edge of the reef. The current was moderate, making it an ideal drift. Maximum depth was 50 feet. Water temperature was approximately 80 degrees and visibility was 25 to 30 feet. Sightings included schooling grunts and snapper, lobster, and various tropicals.

Dive 2 Barracuda Reef: This was another drift dive along the western edge of the reef. Surface conditions were similar to the first dive. Again, the current was moderate, making it a drift dive that was easy to navigate through. Maximum depth was 30 feet. Water temperature was 80 to 81 degrees and visibility was 40 feet plus. More lobster, blue runners and various tropicals were sighted, including schooling sergeant majors.

The dive boat was very comfortable, even with 20+ divers on board. The crew is accommodating and attentive, without being overbearing. They run a good operation.

-- ADA Safety Officer Dan Baeza
Photo courtesy of ADA member Rachel Davis

It's time to dive!

The water is already 80 degrees and the season's just getting started. Make plans to join us now. It's as easy as 1, 2, 3:

1. Choose your dives below or see the complete dive schedule >>
2. Call Lon at 305-251-4975 to reserve your dives
3. Pay conveniently online or mail a check payable to Active Divers Association to Jerry Kosakowski, 298 NW 83rd Lane, Coral Springs, FL 33071!

Palm Beach (Advanced)
Drift dive among abundant marine life

Saturday, May 28th: The blue waters of the Gulf Stream dip closest to Florida here which creates a mild current (1 knot average) running parallel to the wrecks and reef lines. The gentle current allows divers to drift effortlessly along all the dive sites plentiful with marine life. Advanced critera applies. Check in at Ocean Quest Scuba at 12:00 noon.
Photo courtesy of ADA member Roger Smalling

North Tavernier
Florida Keys at its finest

Sunday, June 5th: Come experience the top Key Largo scuba diving sites such as Molasses Reef, Conch Wall, Davis Ledge, Horseshoe and Hens & Chickens. Here you'll find many morays, schooling tropicals, turtles, the occasional spotted eagle ray, and  unusual pillar corals Meet at Capt Slate's at 12:00 noon.
Photo courtesy of ADA member Carol Cox

Key Largo Charter (Advanced)
Advanced diving to exclusive sites

Saturday, June 11th: This is a special charter exclusively for ADA members. We will go off the beaten path to explore the reefs that aren't frequented by the every-day dive boats. Enjoy the abundant marine life and unique coral formations that make Key Largo famous. Meet at Rainbow Reef at 12:00 noon.
Photo courtesy of ADA member Jay Abbazia

Boynton Beach (Advanced)  
Great diving closer to home!

Saturday, June 18th: Favorite Boynton reef dives include Horse Shoe, Casino, the Boynton Reef and the Delray Ledges. Typical depths are 45 feet to 60 feet. Clear water and a variety of marine life await on these pristine drift dive sites. Check in at The Scuba Center in Delray Beach at 12:00 noon.
Photo courtesy of ADA member Gerry Callis
For more information see our latest ADA Newsletter, The Mouthpiece.

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