2014 August 06 & 07, Wednesday & Thursday
Gulf of Mexico, offshore from the Florida Panhandle
The Gulf of Mexico waters south of Destin, Florida are very different from the waters south of Mississippi and Louisiana. Along the Florida panhandle, the beaches are covered with white sand and the water is often a clear emerald green out to a few miles off shore. Even when the surf is up and seas are two to three feet, you can still see into the water from above, so flights are almost always rewarded with sights of dolphins, sharks, turtles, rays, and small fish balls.
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