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Finished my OW certification on Wednesday in Key West with the Captain's Corner. What an awesome group of professionals.
My first OW dive was at Sand Key 30ft with 15ft visibility.
The second dive was at Rock Key 35ft with 15ft visibility.
The third and forth dives was at Weston Dry Rocks 35ft with 50 to 60ft visibility.
Today I did my first OW dives as a certified diver.
Both dives were Drift Dives at Trinity, first dive was at 50ft and visibility was 100', the second was at 70ft 100 visibility.
The drift dives were simply awesome, the crew of the Sea Eagle took great care to make sure everyone had a safe and enjoyable experience. During these dives we saw a couple of Sea Turtles, half a dozen Lobsters, Puffer Fish, Morey Eel and numerous other fish.