The last of the late sleepers was roused from the bunkroom as the thump of tanks and weight belts joined the aroma of fresh brewed coffee and the hustle of getting the John Jack ready to head out. With everyone on board and the gear stowed, we left the dock early. By the time the crisp morning air was replaced by stifling humidity at the marina, we would be tied into the Stolt Dagali where a mild ocean breeze kept us comfortable all day. To say the divers from Scuba Central PA (http://www.scubacentralpa.com/) were raring to go is an understatement. No sooner was the tie in completed and the in-water lines laid that the divers began splashing. In less than 10 minutes, the deck of clear of divers and gear. Water temps were cozy in the shallows, but in the mid-40’s at the bottom. It was bright and clear at the top of the wreck, but dark and a bit gloomy at the bottom where flounder, monkfish, and a few scorpion fish ignored the moderate current that made the divers work a bit. After lunch and the surface interval, the divers once again splashed en masse. And that’s how the entire day went: up early, out fast, down fast – and repeat. We were back at the dock early and home in time for dinner. Get out and dive!