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Reef Report - June 29, 2014

Miami Wreck Dives at Divers Paradise in Key Biscayne

Dive 1 - DEMA Trader, depth 80 feet, vis 60-80, water temp. 84 degrees. The D.T. is a 165 foot steel freighter sunk Oct. 28, 2003 as part of the Dade County Artificial Reef Program. Uncommon sightings include 5 foot tarpon, 3 foot diameter Sargent Major egg nest, turquoises based Tubastraea Coccinea (orange cup coral) and garden eels.

Dive 2 - Biscayne Wreck/Miracle Express, steel freighters pushed together by Hurricane Andrew. Depth 60 feet,vis. 50-60 feet, water temp. 84. Sightings include wire corals, schooling trevally jack, moray eels, goat fish, and numerous tropicals.

-- ADA Founder and President Lon Von Lintel
Photos courtesy of ADA member Carol Cox
Your July monthly Newsletter is here! 

In this edition:

Coral Restoration event September 6th! Learn more >>

ADA heads to Fiji in March 2015! Learn more >>

Scuba Skills Tune up and Safety Officer CPR refresher recap. Learn more >>

More opportunities to Cruise and Dive this year! Learn more >>

Water is up to 85 degrees with excellent conditions!

The season is in full swing so what are you waiting for? 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!

Pompano Beach

Sunday, July 6th: Experience one the world's premier wreck diving destinations. Explore these amazing artificial reefs sunk at various levels. Most are intact and covered in soft corals, and teeming with marine life. Check in at Force E Pompano at 12:00 noon.
Photo courtesy of ADA member Mark Silverman

Islamorada SOLD OUT!
(More space may be available, call Lon for details)

Saturday, July 12th: - Experience the warm, crystal waters of this lovely outpost with plenty of colorful tropical fish such as the Queen Angelfish, Midnight Parrotfish, Scrawled Filefish, Trunkfish and Spotted Drums. There are numerous critters and beautiful reefs to explore. Check in at Key Dives at Bud & Mary's Marina at noon.
Photo courtesy of ADA member Helen Colby.

North Tavernier

(Check out the new Capt. Slates!)
Sunday, July 20th: Yes, after 36 years (1978) Capt's Slates has moved to a new location you will love even more at Mile Marker 90.7 in Tavernier. Along with this comes 25 new beautiful dive sites to explore with many morays, schooling tropicals, turtles, and the occasional spotted eagle ray. Check in at the new Capt. Slates in Tavernier at 12:00 p.m..
Photo courtesy of ADA member Roger Smalling.

Miami Reef
(Enjoy a world of wonder closer to home!)

Sunday, July 26th: - Enjoy spectacular reefs close to home with living elkhorn and pillar coral, a variety of sponges, and schools of juvenile tropicals. The clarity and color of the water makes this a spectacular dive location. Check-in at Divers Paradise at 12:30 p.m..
Photo courtesy of ADA member Carol Cox
For more information see our latest ADA Newsletter, The Mouthpiece.

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