After a month of staying in the Florida Keys, Steph got a call from a few dive buddies: Tori, Joe, and Electra. They all worked with a dive boat called Reef Encounter on the Great Barrier Reef back in 2012. They hadn’t seen each other in ages so they decided to make some bubbles in one of the nicest spots the Florida Keys has to offer: Looe Key.
This reef is known for being one of the largest and healthiest reefs on the whole planet. And because it’s a National Marine Sanctuary, the biodiversity of the reef is phenomenal!
The groups was able to see a number of ocean creatures including lobsters, parrotfish, moray eels, and nudibranchs. The crew was even surprised by a quick visit from a pod of bottlenose dolphins. It was a great day on the boat and in the water.
A parting message from our team to the Troop:
If you haven’t done it yet, get your diver certification and make some bubbles of your own!
Special thanks to our friends at ScubaPro for the rad gear!
- Check out Looe Key Dive Resort
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DJI Phantom 4
GoPro Hero 4 Silver
Adobe Premiere Pro CC
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