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Dive for July 16 will be North Commerical Pier. We meet at 7:30, (that's AM not PM) in the parking lot north of the pier. Anybody interested?
The last two HumpDay dives have been simply awesome with loads and loads of interesting critters. Because it is a work day, these dives are designed to be easy beach dives and get you to work (just a little late).
scuba_jenny once bubbled... Hi Buddies:
Dive for July 16 will be North Commerical Pier.
Cool! Mike & I dove the south side last night! I dasn't speak for Mike but I will be there.... unless I have to go to Spring Hill for the birth of my latest grandson......Think I should take my dive gear along when I go?Naw, guess not.
I would be intersted in coming down for one of your hump day dives and have a chance to meet some of the members from this board. What city do you usually dive in? What time do you usually start and end the diving to head home? How many divers usually go? What are the reefs like (depth and vis)? Have a great day.
We dive the Ft. Lauderdale Area. This weeks dive is North Ft. Lauderdale, next week will probably be Hollywood.
What time do you usually start and end the diving to head home?
We arrive at 7:30 AM, get in, dive, get out, eat fruit, go to work. You should be able to make it to work by 10 am or shortly thereafter.
How many divers usually go?
Just a few actually show up, but I am sure a lot more wish their schedules would allow them to dive.
What are the reefs like (depth and vis)?
The reefs are low profile, first reef line. Depths are to maybe 22 feet and the vis is completely dependent on the wind. We have had good vis, we have had not so good vis, BUT we always have had a good dive!
Have a great day.
And a good day to you!
Join Us, we would love to have ya!
Sorry we missed you guys on the 9th! Didn't get back from Key Largho until nearly 10PM on Tuesday and the number you gave me, Jenny, was some office with a very grumpy lady answering (several times). Besides, I don't think we could have gotten tanks and weights at 6:30 AM! The Keys were great - 3-5 footers notwithstanding. Unfortuneatly, a few of the others got a bit green out there. Thanks to Mike for the Scuba School suggestion. Bill was very helpful - he even called down to Key Largo for us and got us set up with Island Ventures for Tuesday's dive.
Maybe next time?!!! You guys keep up the hump day dives - I'll be up north staying very jealous.