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  1. Reefing of the USCGC MOHAWK

    by , October 7th, 2012 at 03:03 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by bdombrowski View Post
    Video from a dive on the Mohawk 83 days after reef placement. Shot Sept 23, 2012.
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  2. Greet Island Getaway and snorkelling

    by , October 6th, 2012 at 10:17 PM
    Its nice to occasionally get away for a short break, and I was lucky enough this week to go and stay at Green Island with the family for a couple for days. I used to work there for a few years taking divers out but in all that time never bothered to stay at the Resort. I must say, after the boats and day passengers had left it was a magical experience. Wish I had stayed longer.

    Beautiful beaches ...
  3. Visiting Cozumel? Try Aldora Divers. They have steel 120s !

    by , October 5th, 2012 at 12:32 PM (Peter Bucknell , Video Producer)
    Cozumel, such a great destination but with too many really crappy dive ops crowding out some of the good ones.
    Steel 120s were what caught my attention:


    I stayed at the
    Aldora Villa, a short shuttle ride from the airport, and located right on the water where you can do a little shore diving on arrival.
    Rooms vary from expansive to modest, the suite is quite lovely:
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  4. Cabo San Lucas

    by , October 3rd, 2012 at 01:13 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Baja Dive View Post
    Hello from Cabo, Winter Diving here in Cabo is good. Vis, should be around 50 to 60 feet. Water Temp. in the low 70s.
    The marine life here in Cabo is awsome no matter what time of year you come. We have over 800 species of Tropical marine life here.
    Daytime air temp. will be on the upper 70s and low 80s.
    The best Dive will be the 8:30am Boat because if the wind s start it gets worse in the afternoon.
    If your planning any water activites do them in the morning.
    Safe
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  5. Crowley's Blog - In The Beginning (Destined to Dive)

    by , October 2nd, 2012 at 02:55 PM
    Okay, so, DIVE magazine in the UK - who have nobbled my blog and also are paying me to write some other stuff for them - have kindly agreed to let me publish my blog on SB and on their website at the same time, as long as it includes a link back to the DIVE magazine blog. It's all a bit new bananas at the moment and regular readers will notice some older posts being recycled, but some new stuff also. And possibly it will all be a bit more regular, since I have deadlines and stuff now!
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