Blog Keylypso of the Palm Beaches

8 Jun

Sat. June 8th is World Oceans Day

The concept was first proposed in 1992 @ the Earth Summit in Rio De Janeiro as a way to celebrate our worlds oceans. Also to raise awareness about the crucial role the ocean plays in our lives and how we Read More →
21 May

Ocean Snorkeling

Summer is almost here(my favorite time of year) and the water temp. is climbing(79 degrees). We look forward to those flat calm days of summer. So join the Keylypso crew on an exploration ocean snorkeling trip. We usually go to Read More →
1 Mar

Sea Turtles

Sea turtle nesting season begins today! Five species of sea turtles inhabit Florida’s waters at some time during the year. They are; the Loggerhead, Leatherback, Hawksbill, Kemps Ridley and the Green sea turtle. In the summer months there are approximately 50,000 sea Read More →
15 Feb

High Tide

Tides are the rise and fall of the sea levels caused by the combined effects of the gravitational forces exerted by the moon, sun and the rotation of the earth. We get asked all the time, why do we go Read More →
25 Oct

Snorkeling in the Fall & Winter

In the months ahead the ocean will be rough more than it’s calm. The good news is that P-Nut Island(protected from rough seas) continues to impress us. The amount and variety of fish life here is incredible! Palm Beach County continues to improve this Read More →
25 Jun

Lonesome George

Lonesome George, a Pinta Island Tortoise died on Sunday at the Galapagos Natl. Park on Santa Cruz Island. He was belived to be over 100 years old and the only Pinta Island Tortoise left! Nancy and I made a trip Read More →