home of our iconic underwater statue, the Christ of the Abyss. It’s easy for snorkelers to see from the surface of the water, and we can usually moor the boat very close to it. In addition to the statue and usual fish life, sometimes we see scuba divers below us when we’re snorkeling here.
is relatively shallow (about 1.5-3m) and well-protected from wind and waves on most days. We might move the boat between two or three parts of this area, which has shallower sandy patches between sections of the reef and good visibility.
is another site popular with both scuba divers and snorkelers. It’s home to two major shipwrecks which are visible to snorkelers on the surface: the City of Washington and the Hannah M. Bell. The snorkeling is so good here in Key Largo that even our hard-core scuba divers admit that sometimes snorkeling is better!
October is typically one of the slowest months of the year here in the Florida Keys. When the rest of the country goes back to work and school, those of us working in the tourism and hospitality business start to catch our breath again. And tackle some maintenance and upkeep on our 29′ World Cat… Continue reading What’s new on the boatRead More