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Drum Roll Please: Announcing the 2016 Cruisers' Choice Awards!
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Is it warm enough to get in the water in November or will it be too nippy by then?
It's never too cold to get into the water because the snorkel trips either provide or rent wetsuits, generally the "shorty" ones. I was in Key West last November and snorkeled three times with a wetsuit and still had to come out of the water after 30 - 40 minutes as opposed to my normal 60 minutes. And I almost never swam form the shore as a cold front came in, chilled the ocean, and caused winds almost the entire time I was there. I'm pretty sure I'm going to stop going to Key West in November.