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For those suggesting cave diving would GUE-F be a good prep course for that?
Yes! In addition to great training, I think you will find the GUE crowd to be a very enjoyable one. At least thats the case here in Seattle. I moved up to Washington in January, and at the time I had ~60 dives and hadnt even heard of a bp/w. I was sucked in by the GUE crowd up here, and not only have they been very accomodating while mentoring a new-ish diver, but I also feel like I learned more in my first few weeks with them than I did in all my previous 60 dives. From my limited view, it would seem they take education seriously. And as someone who is currently taking GUE-F, I would recommend the course.