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Miami Beach Snorkeling: The Best Free Snorkeling Spots

Miami Beach snorkeling isn’t that special to snorkel, as it is mostly sandy bottom, but the waters are warm, shallow with mostly good visibility so you can see the seabed. You will see reef fish, crabs and stingrays, and the further you swim from the shoreline the more interesting it becomes.

Kona Aggressor II Reviews: Big Island Liveaboard Diving

This Kona Aggressor II Liveaboard review reveals a 24 metre (79 ft) Hawaiian diving safari boat for up to 14 scuba divers. Operated by Aggressor Fleet with paid nitrox onboard to extend your dive times, meals catering for all dietary requirements, and 6 ensuite aircon cabins for couples or singles.

Red Tide Florida: The Affects on Swimmers, Divers & Snorkelers

Red tides in Florida are caused by harmful algae blooms, which can kill fish, can be harmful to humans that swim, snorkel or scuba dive in the sea, or can make the shellfish and molluscs dangerous to eat. Red tides affect Florida in the months of August to November most years.

Oceanic Whitetip Shark vs Great White Shark: Main Differences + Any Similarities

Oceanic whitetip shark vs great white shark are two shark species that mostly do not come face-to-face in the oceans, as they each prefer different sea temperatures. Great white sharks are on average 3.5 times larger by weight than oceanic whitetip sharks, but they are both formidable carnivores.

What Is A Buddy Line: Are Buddy Lines A Good Idea?

A buddy line in scuba diving is a strap that physically tethers two scuba divers together underwater to avoid separation in low visibility conditions. A buddy line is even more important and is used more often on low visibility drift dives, as there’s more risk of being split apart in a current.

Are There Great White Sharks In Hawaii? (White Shark Diving)

Hawaii has great white sharks visit during the months of January through to April, which is when the waters around Hawaii cool down to below 24°C (75°F). In the summer months great white sharks leave the Pacific waters of Hawaii, as they generally prefer water temperatures between 12-24°C (54-75°F).

Snorkeling In Clearwater Florida: Is The Beach Good Snorkeling

Clearwater Beach Florida isn’t that special for snorkeling, as it is mostly sandy bottom, but the waters are warm and shallow with mostly good visibility so you can see the seabed. You will see reef fish and hermit crabs and the further you swim from the shoreline the more interesting it becomes.

Folly Beach snorkeling: Can You Snorkel Folly Beach?

Folly Beach isn’t good for snorkeling, as the visibility is bad due to a murky thermocline which is caused by pluff mud, the agitation of water caused by wave action and large tidal swings. What adds to the murky water is the many rivers that feed into the sea, which makes snorkeling disappointing.

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