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Dive for week of 7/9 will be at Hollywood Beach. Arrive at 7:30 or before. We will be diving the rock pile off of Johnson Street.
Take 95 to Hollywood Blvd east. Take A1A north to Indiana St. Make a right and go to the end. Take a left down the alley 2 blocks. You will see parking right in front of you. The few spaces to the right are the closest walking distance so those are the ones I am gonna try to get.
Don't forget to bring quarters for the meters and a flag.
Mike, Marvel, Scott- see ya then.
Mike don't forget the pineapple, and if I still have fresh mangos, I'll bring some. yum!
Last edited by scuba_jenny; July 3rd, 2003 at 06:57 AM.
I go to Coastal Marine Diving Supplies
641 E. Dania Beach Blvd
The shop is not fancy, but Ed the owner, and Mike (when he's there) are locals who have been around forever. They are very knowlegable of the area, and the equipment is good. The shop is just a mile inland of the beach.
There aren't any (that I know of in the Hollywood area) dive shops on the beach.
If you have skins, bring them. There is some fire coral.
Water temps are 84.
bigz once bubbled... If you guys don't mind some company, we've got 3 from Toronto and 1 from Cleveland who'd love to join you. All I have to do is make sure the rest of the crew are awake in the wee hours!
Hey BigZ! Mind giving me a lift, I'm just an hour or so west of toronto! :out:
I really have to get down there for one of these wendsday dives, sounds like you guys are having a blast!
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