High Tide

11:35 AM on Monday, August 21st.   (gets later by about an hour on each following day) 

Low Tide

Approximately 6 hours before/after high tide


 Lt west Monday / SW 10-20 Tuesday / Lt SW Wednesday

Underwater Visibility

12 to 40 feet

Surface Water Temp

63 degrees


Thought of the day...

When you look at someone who spends tremendous time in, on and under the water, it is sometimes said that: “He has seawater running through his veins”. To quote Dr. Andrew Shafer, a one-time president of the American Society of Hematology: “Not only is blood mostly water, but the watery portion of the blood, the plasma, has a concentration of salt and other ions that is remarkably similar to seawater.” What’s running through your veins?
— Jeff@NAS


If the Dive Score is:

1: Stay home
2: Stay home and think about diving
3: Plan a dive
4: Beats mowing the lawn, might be a great dive
5: Dive if you can
6: Highly consider spending today underwater
7: Go Diving
8: Let the lawn burn; go diving
9: Procrastinate all else and go underwater
10: You need to call the boss and tell him/her you can't come to work because you're suffering from AGS (Anal Glaucoma Syndrome). I just can not see my butt going to work today: I have got to go diving! NAS is a proud sponsor of the Anal Glaucoma Foundation.


Pic of the Day:

Perfect conditions on Monday morning.      

Perfect conditions on Monday morning.