Finally, time to dive

Discussion in 'Alaska' started by Divesherpa, May 4, 2007.

  1. Divesherpa

    Divesherpa Scuba Instructor

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    After way too long out of the water, it's time to go diving again. The snow is melting and the skis are put away. I need to purchase a different dry suit in the next week or so.

    I'll be down for diving Seward, Whittier, or Homer almost any time if anyone would like another person to dive with. I'm not very familiar with the local sites.

    Cheers,
    Jamie

    P.S. My number is 907 783-0043
     
  2. sea2summit

    sea2summit Scuba Instructor

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    How does the algie do up there? Down here the springtime vis is down to less than 10' unlees you can get under it.
     
  3. Divesherpa

    Divesherpa Scuba Instructor

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    It's looking like some macro dives for a while. Between the algae and freshwater runoff, it's not looking like stellar viz.
     
  4. sea2summit

    sea2summit Scuba Instructor

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    Glad to hear I'm not missing anything down here. Going out today to see if it's changed any....:rofl3: :shakehead
     
  5. AlaskaDiver

    AlaskaDiver Manta Ray

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    Jamie;
    Do you have all your gear for a dive in Whittier this weekend or do you still need to purchase your dry suit? I'm always game to dive in Whittier until the boat begins running for the summer. I can meet you down there on Saturday or Sunday. My children have 4 legs so they don't care where I am on Mother's Day. I dove last Sunday and viz was fairly decent. I can meet you on the 8:30 or 9:30 tunnel. Let me know.
    Christa
     

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