Sunday, October 25, 2009

An afternoon on the water

One of the best ways to appreciate Key West and the surrounding environment is on the water. And roughly two dozen people rode the BluQ to a coral reef about 10 miles west of the island. Barracuda, moon jellyfish, flying fish, brain coral, sea fans, sponges and even a sea turtle were among the myriad of flora and fauna we saw on the four hour trip. Captain Steve and first mate Mo certainly provided an enjoyable afternoon for their passengers--and the sangria once again proved particularly refreshing in the mid-afternoon sun.

Mo instructs BluQ passengers how to properly snorkel and call for help.

Approaching Man Key.

Frank DeCaro and Josh Hellman.

Woman Key.

Woman Key.

Returning to Key West.

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