Hello Everyone,

Temperature-wise it is going to be a great weekend here on the Space Coast! Yesterday’s cold front passed through causing the winds 

to shift and blow from the West this morning. As the day goes on, the winds will continue to shift around and blow from the North 

throughout the weekend. These northerly winds will keep us dry with cool morning temperatures. 

With the wind shift, the offshore wave direction will also shift and assume a more northeasterly direction.  

As a result, I expect the best ride to be under the Southeast Shoal and in Captain’s Cove.

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Today the winds will become Northwesterly 10-15 kts with a few higher gusts and the waves in our operating area under the shoal will be about 3-4 feet. There will be some motion experienced in the turns, but overall I expect a fair ride.

Conditions will remain fairly similar on Saturday with winds remaining Northerly at 10-15 kts with a few higher gusts. The wind and seas are forecast to moderate throughout the day on Saturday.

Sunday’s weather will also feature Northerly winds around 10 knots and seas around 3 feet.

It is no surprise yesterday’s planned Delta IV launch was scrubbed as that line of thunderstorms rolled through our area. The launch has been rescheduled for 8:03 pm tonight and the weather forecast is 90% favorable for a launch. The gloomy clouds we see this morning will have moved on by midday and there will be clear skies tonight. Come join us on the Victory 1 for one of the best viewing platforms to see this launch. We look forward to having you aboard this weekend!

Capt Tim


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