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Dive Jupiter, FL

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Hey everyone! Just got back from an amazing trip to our East coast in Jupiter, FL. We dove with Emerald Charters, the Capt. and crew where so helpful and very professional. The dives were beautiful, vis was every bit of 80ft and water was a just right at 82F. Between the steep drop-offs, 15ft high ledges and rippin gulf stream current there was much to see! Morray Eels, Goliaths, Black tip reef sharks, Bull sharks, hammerhead sharks, more sea turtles than we could keep track of, and such a variety of vibrant colored soft corals and small reef fish, the sight was breath taking

Also, the Capt. gave us a sneak peak into lobster season when he dropped us on a ledge that had antennas under every rock. Can't wait for season

Check out our Facebook Page to see pics and video! Also, keep an eye on out for more dive trips to come!
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