Flat calm seas ruled the day on a trip to the Texas Clipper. Seas less than 2 feet created idyllic conditions for a day on the water. Below the surface currents were moderate, but nothing divers could not handle. Water temp was 80 at the surface and around 75 at depth. Visibility varied greatly depending on where divers were on the wreck. The best was reported to be around 60 ft at a location along the keel of the ship. Thanks again to Mark Haynes for supplying us with great pics for the log.
May 28, 2010