Our second day in the Looe Key Marine Sanctuary was much better! The water was clear and we were able to explore quite a bit. After descending, we grouped together and waited for instructions from Dr. Vagelli. Since the area is protected and it is illegal to collect anything, we only conducted observational work. We … Continue reading Another Day @ Looe Key
After we finished exploring the Sugarloaf area, we headed over to Strike Zone Charters for our afternoon coral reef dive in Looe Key. The visibility was poor, but we did not let that stop us from having a great dive!
On our sixth day of class, we returned to the Looe Key Marine Sanctuary for some more scuba diving and snorkeling with Strike Zone Charters, where we completed two more 45 minute dives.
Our third day consisted of exploring the mangroves in Looe Key Marine Sanctuary. We rented a boat, which Sean Carey was the captain of, and ventured to a large mangrove island, where we snorkeled for over five hours.
Our second day of class was a snorkel/scuba trip through Looe Key Reef Resort (LKRR), which is also a dive center. LKRR took us out to the experience the Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary, where we completed two 45 minute dives.