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  1. A second attempt at video with Canon T3i - Bootless Bay, Papua New Guinea

    Updated May 22nd, 2013 at 04:23 PM by calypsonick

  2. Diving off of the North Coast Haiti

  3. Can you identify this first stage?

    Quote Originally Posted by John C. Ratliff View Post
    One thing a lot of people don't realize is the reason for that LP outlet on the top of the first stage. It came about because Scubapro was embarrassed by the U.S. Navy Experimental Dive Unit tests which showed it's less expensive model (Mk II?) with only one LP outlet on the top out-performed the Mk V. This is because of basic fluid dynamics which show that when you bend a flow 90 degrees, you place a lot of turbulence into the flow. By having the flow go straight out of the piston into the hose
  4. St. Croix SCUBA - Trip Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Kryssa View Post
    We are just back from our family cruise and dove with St. Croix SCUBA while we were in port on the Celebrity Summit. It was really a great excursion.

    We are unique group in that we had 2 certified divers and 2 experienced divers that love to resist certification so they just take Discover Scuba over and over and over...

    Ed suggested we do a quick discover scuba lesson then demonstrate the skills right where the boat docks so we could be off on our 2-tank morning dives
  5. Papua New Guinea - Underwater Gallery

    Updated May 22nd, 2013 at 04:26 PM by calypsonick