October 28, 2012
If you go . . .
Ken Nedimyer is doing a wonderful and selfless restoration project in the keys. I live in West Palm Beach (2 hours north)and as a south Floridian one understands the importance of the coral, and the impact that it has on our water, beaches and local economy. If your not a diver, then this is a great opportunity to try out the sport and do good in the process. Perfect buoyancy control is attainable with good instruction and practice. I have been diving in the keys, specifically in Key Largo a couple times and i must say it is great place to get started in the sport. There are lots of dive shops and charter boats that can take you to amazing coral reefs where you can dive and get up close and personal with the environment. I recommend the basic Open Water course for the non divers. This will teach you the skills needed to dive the coral reefs. I was recently certified through SDI/TDI www.tdisdi.com and they have dive shops throughout the keys and i'm sure you can locate on on their site. I highly recommend getting your diver certification card and jumping in the water to explore the sea. Thanks for the good read about this restoration project.