30 March 2013
Another Cold Cold day diving the Big Coral Knoll
As agreed I met Luis at 8:00 am on the beach. We geared up and got in, but even if the surface temperature was warmer, the water was not. In fact, the water was as cold as I have ever seen it: 64 degrees.
When we got in, the water temperature had risen to 66 degrees, which is still not warm, but was warmer that our first dive.
The Arrow Crab was a good shot except for the stray gray line on the left.
This second dive was definitely warmer. I didn't start shivering until after an hour and warmed up pretty quickly once we got out.