Molasses Reef Light off Key Largo

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Joanne Wilson on October 21, 2008

The Molasses Reef Light marks a shallow area of coral reef which attracts divers from all over because of the clear waters and prolific marine life.

tracegray on January 17, 2010

Technically, this is a not a light marking a shallow place. It is NOAA National data Bouy Station MLRF1.

A scientific data gathering near coastal weather and sea data for real time use in the NOAA system.

It is lighted so as not to be a night time hazard. It is in a shallow place because it is easier to build structures of this size in shallow water.

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Photo taken in 1017 Rose Street, Key Largo, FL 33037, USA

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