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The vis is normal for this time of year. Focus on storms and rain closer to your visit time. I dive out of Pcola most every weekend and 20 mi offshore the vis is good down to mid level (about 40-50 ft vis) and about 20-30 ft vis on the bottom. However, the vis can improve or go to cr*p in just a few hours.
We just came back recently...the jellyfish were numerous...some really big critters with particularly nasty stings...my sons took some bad stings. Wear a 3mm. But the vis wasn't bad at all...worth diving! Unless you have $$$ involved, you might try Emerald Coast Scuba, they're a great dive shop down there...very great friendly staff...good luck
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The vis wasn't that great today, only ~30-40 feet. There were tons of jellies, some over 12" in diameter. My 3mm kept them from stinging me. The Debra yesterday and Paddlewheel boat today were great dives, despite the jellies and vis. Give me a hollar if you are going to be diving in Destin firstname.lastname@example.org.