What better way to end one year and start the next off right than a couple of amazing dives? There simply is no better way.
Yesterday was a beautiful day in Key Largo- about 77 degrees, sunny and perfect. New PADI Open Water diver Cindi T and I headed out on the Voyager with the crew of Captain Zach, Josh, and Jardin to do some exploring. We went to Molasses reef, which never fails to deliver when you’re in the mood to see some really beautiful underwater life.
The first dive we enjoyed seeing a lot of gorgeous, healthy corals along with a huge variety of fish. The highlight was the beautiful southern stingray that Jardin found for us right at the end. What a beauty! He spent a little time with us, then moved on but it was a delightful visit.
The second dive was even nicer, featuring a huge pufferfish (unpuffed, because we left it alone in peace) and toward the end a nurse shark napping under a ledge. We also saw a few lobster along the way and lots of other marine life including a colorful scorpion fish. I looked in every eel hole with my new dive light that Santa brought me, but I had no luck looking for eels! I’ll find one next time, I’ll bet! Stay tuned!