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  1. Mike Ball Dive Expeditions: spots available for First week of June (Great Barrier)

    First week of June: amazing trip!

    Spots available on Mike Ball Dive boat on Great Barrier Reef:
    3, 4 or 7 nights on the boat..

    On Board Thursday evening May 30th
    Get back Thursday morning June 6th
  2. Sunshine Dive and Charter changes its name to Dive Cabo

    [QUOTE=johnZdiver;6686278]Sunshine Dive and Charter has pulled a fast one on PADI by moving a few doors away and changing its name to Dive Dive Cabo S-23564
    but its the same owners,Boats,COMPRESSOR,employees,gear.I dont understand how this could happen if PADI is supposed to check Who gets into PADI with inspections of the operation, compressor and all that is part of a Dive Business.:no:
    So how does a expelled shop get back in PADI so easy?????

    Wyndham Resort, Local A14 ...
  3. Cold Water Near Drowning and AEDs in Oregon

    Quote Originally Posted by John C. Ratliff View Post
    A couple of other points on CPR and AEDs. In Oregon, any facility with a public building >50,000 square feet, or having more than 25 visitors a day, must have at least one AED. Most employers with >50 employees therefore have AEDs on the wall in Oregon. So there are many available in an emergency in most cities. Here is a news article which the Oregonian wrote about AED requirements as the law took effect. Another law was passed updating the Good Samaritan Laws in Oregon to include AEDs.
  4. Tiger Shark Dive in Bahamas a great Success

    -tiger-shark-dive-log-guests-3-jpgJust finished a week on a boat in the Bahamas at Tiger Beach. The weather came right just in time for our cruise and the sharks were plentiful. We had lemons and reef sharks - even a nurse shark all around us the first dive and by the second day the tigers made their appearance. We even had a surprise and rare visit from a great hammerhead - not usually seen in these shallow depths. The shallow clear water with a sand bottom makes for great photography and long ...
  5. XDeep BC


    It is two these stacked

    This on top.

    Several places have them, I order them from http://www.northeastscubasupply.com.

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesK View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by CWSWine View Post
    Since I didn't like the rubber O-Rings in place of the D-Rings this is what I changed to. Also,
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