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August 2nd - Key Largo with Rainbow Reef

Dive 1.  French Reef - Donut Hole, Seas less than a foot, Depth 49 feet, visibility 30 feet, Water temp. 88 degrees, like jumping into a jacuzzi. Sightings included juvenile trunkfish, very large parrotfish, and glassy sweepers in the caves.

Dive 2.  French Reef - Turtle Ledges, Seas less than a foot, Depth 36 feet, visibility 30-40 feet, Water temp. 88 degrees. Schooling blue tangs attacking the reef, vibrant queen angelfishes in pairs, dramatic sand channels, more large parrotfish. 

Dive 3 - Night Dive - Molasses Reef, Logan's Run. Depth 35 feet, seas less than a foot, but brisk offshore current. Sightings included walking lobsters, beady-eyed shrimp, sleeping parrot fish nestled in rocks. Water temp. 88 degrees. 

-- ADA Safety Officer Rachel Davis
Photos Courtesy of ADA member Roger Smalling
August Newsletter Highlights! 

In this month's edition:

See Food, Sea Food - It’s Time To Cook Lobster! Learn more >>

Fish Identification Series - Eels Learn more >>

Scuba Tips and Tricks Learn more >>

Shore Diving in South Florida - Pink House Learn more >>

Safety Officers Wanted! Learn more >>

It's mid-Summer and conditions are ideal - book your dives today!

Water is up to 88 degrees 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!
Photo courtesy of ADA member Jay Abbazia

Boynton Beach

(Drift over beautiful reefs!)
Sunday, August 10th: 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 11:00 a.m.

Duane Wreck + BBQ SOLD OUT!
(Dive one of Key Largo's best!)

Saturday, August 16th: The waters surrounding this wreck sits are so clear because it is closer to the Gulfstream than most wrecks and reefs. Some very large fish such as barracuda, amberjack, and cobia are often spotted swimming around the wreck. Advanced criterion applies. Meet at Florida Keys Dive Center at 12:00 noon.

North Tavernier

(Dive at the new Capt. Slates)
Sunday, August 24th: 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 Dan Baeza

Boca Raton
(Clear water and abundant marine life.)

Saturday, August 30th: - Drift dive over beautiful reefs home to Goliath Groupers, eels, stingrays, nurse sharks and hundreds of other fish. Clear warm water and healthy reefs make this a great choice. Check in at American Dream at 12:00 noon.
Photo courtesy of ADA member Roger Smalling
For more information see our latest ADA Newsletter, The Mouthpiece.

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