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Sea temperatures, water sports and vacation activities near Pickle Reef

Water temperatures throughout the year and general information about Pickle Reef...

Pickle Reef is a geographical landform. The water temperature around Pickle Reef is close to constant during the year. The temperature ranges from 26.3°C (79.3°F) in December up to 29.9°C (85.9°F) in the month of August, as illustrated below. The average water temperature throughout the year is 28°C (82°F) and the best time for water activities is late summer, since Pickle Reef is located in the northern hemisphere.

Hover over the bars to see temperature for each month in Celsius and Fahrenheit.

What is the current water temperature near Pickle Reef?

The current water temperature in the month of January near Pickle Reef is about:
27°C (80°F)

Are there surf spots located close to Pickle Reef?

Not many surf spots are located in close proximity to Pickle Reef. A good spot nearby is Long bay, which is 316.7km (196.7miles) away from Pickle Reef. Click here for more information on Long bay and its water temperature. If you don't mind the long travel, you can also try Harbor House, which is approximately 380.7km (236.4miles) away from Pickle Reef. Another fun surfspot is Harbor House, located ca 380.7km (236.4miles) from Pickle Reef.

Are there gorgeous beaches near by?

Not too many beaches are in close proximity to Pickle Reef. A beach, which is not too far away, is Veradero, which is more than 197.2km (122.5miles) away from Pickle Reef. If you don't mind the long drive, you can also check out Key West, ca 298.5km (185.4miles) away from Pickle Reef.

Which wetsuit thickness is needed for Pickle Reef?

The average sea temperature at Pickle Reef is extremely warm, around 28°C (82°F), with only little changes during the year. The temperatures in June, July, and August are very similar to water temperatures in December and January. This is why a wetsuit is usually not needed for swimming, surfing, snorkelling, or diving at Pickle Reef. Nevertheless, you might want to bring a 1-2mm wetsuit top or a rashguard for abnormal windy conditions and for UV protection, especially when spending multiple hours in the sun each day. The sun radiation at Pickle Reef can be particularly intense.

How is the diving and fishing close to Pickle Reef?

Scuba diving and fishing conditions stay very constant throughout the year. The waters at Pickle Reef are always tropical, reaching temperatures between 25 and 30°C (77-86°F). The following fish like to hang out in waters of this temperature range: Bonefish, Permit, Red Drum, and Tarpon.

Directions to Pickle Reef: How do I get there?

Please follow the directions in the map below.

Some fun facts about Pickle Reef...

Do you know what the the city Wijk bij Duurstede in the Netherlands, the city Foindu in the Sierra Leone, and Newton Seamount have in common with Pickle Reef? Click on the links to find out...