CC ocean temp

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  1. chrisd596

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    Any one just returning.... how's the ocean temp??

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    Chris
     
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  3. Keke

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    We were there last Wednesday. It was fabulous weather! The water seems a bit cool when you first get in, but it quickly becomes very refreshing.
     
  4. chrisd596

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    Thanks for the quick response. We always cruise in Dec, so this is the first time we're going in May. In Dec, you could get in, but it's a little work...

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  5. Capt_BJ

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    weather buoys in the area are reporting surface water temps in high 70's to low 80's
    Cocoa Beach surf temp is 76 and the weather buoy off Cape Canaveral says 78

    I find it cool 'til water temps get about 84 ... pool is running 88 right now . . . but that's a Florida resident for ya. I don't think ya ever see it that warm on Jersey Shore - I vacationed there every year as a kid and still have family in Manasquan.
     
  6. tvguy

    tvguy Question anything the facts don't support.

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    Ocean temperature has never been colder than 73 at Castaway Cay so it's always great. If the air temperature is near 73 though, it can been cool when you are wet and out of the water.
    Of course, it depends on what you consider cool. I'm in California and swim season starts when the pool water hits 68.
    Of course, the water temperature at Malibu right now is 57 and the surfers are out in force.
     
  7. SueDonym3

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    Initial cold water shock when getting in, then quickly became used to it. Serenity Bay was full of swimmers so you know if the adults are in the water it cannot be that bad:thumbsup2
     

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