Sirena headed out to the northern reefs this morning above flat seas, blue skies, and a cool 66 degree air temp but that temperature didn’t last!

Our first dive on Juno Ledges had a little bit of everything… A colorful and healthy reef, turtles, eels, sharks. Top to bottom visibility with ~60ft horizontal and 75 degree water temp. By the time we finished our first dive the air temperature had warmed to 70 degrees and sunny.


On our second dive we headed to Shark Canyon where we had 70+ feet of visibility. The amphitheater had a green moray, huge school of batfish and horse-eye jacks, large loggerhead turtle, Sid, the Goliath grouper, and nurse and plenty of reef sharks. What a great sight to behold!

Seas stayed flat throughout the day with air temperatures in the mid to upper 70s. Another great day of winter diving in West Palm Beach, Florida. Join us on a dive!

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