Posts from November 2017

Value Store It Fort Lauderdale’s origins date back to the 19 th century during the Second Seminole War. Its name references a series of forts built by the United States under the control of Major William Lauderdale. Though the first Lauderdale fort was built during the war, the city did not break ground for development for over fifty years...

Friday, November 24, 2017 10:00 AM by Chiefy

Underwater Report 8am-outside air temperature - 66 degrees, warming to 80 degrees by 10am. 79-degree water temperature with one-foot waves from a variable west wind along with a mild north current and visibility of 40 feet. Vessel & Crew Private vessel- Chiefy (29’ Sea Vee with twin 300 hp Mercury Verados) Crew- Chuck Van Buskirk, Andrew...

Wednesday, November 22, 2017 10:00 AM by Chiefy

Underwater Report 8am-outside air temp-66 degrees, warmed to 82 degrees, with a breeze out of the east. Water Temperature was 78 and visibility was 10 feet with a south current. Vessel & Crew Private vessel- Sand Diver (39’ Yellowfin with triple 300hp Yamahas) Crew-Tom Campbell, Chuck Van Buskirk, Marshall Sklar, Carmine Dilorenzo,...

Thursday, November 9, 2017 9:00 AM by Chiefy

Underwater Report 8am-outside air temperature - 75 degrees, warming to 87 degrees by 10am. 80-degree water temperature with one-foot waves, a mild south current with visibility of 40 feet. Vessel & Crew Private vessel- Chiefy (29’ Sea Vee with twin 300 hp Mercury Verados) Crew- Chuck Van Buskirk, Andrew Rubin, John Strunk, Ken Udell and...
Underwater Report 8am-outside air temperature - 71 degrees, warming to 85 degrees by 10am. 80-degree water temperature with one-foot waves, a mild south current with visibility of 40 feet. Vessel & Crew Private vessel- Chiefy (29’ Sea Vee with twin 300 hp Mercury Verados) Crew- Chuck Van Buskirk, Ben Fallon, Joey Baleda and myself. Dive,...