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    Life is a beach ... a walk in the sand, a tropical drink, a calypso band!

    There's a place, where the boat leaves from. It takes away, all your big problems.
    Your worries, you can drop them in the blue ocean. But, you gotta get away to where the boat leaves from.


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    There is a new boat in Jupiter, FL! RDC I at Riverwalk Dive Center in the heart of Jupiter. Scuba Diving in Jupiter, FL with Riverwalk Dive Center 561-768-9282
    28ft Delta, clean, great crew, small groups...morning and afternoon trips running out the Jupiter Inlet. $65 per trip. Boat right behind full service shop.
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    I saw the boat in person this evening for the first time. It is meticulously maintained as are the other Jupiter Dive Center (JDC) boats. (no, I am not an employee, but as most here know, I am a fan of JDC) I did not board, as I was wearing cowboy boots. But I could scan the cockpit and bridge.

    The Riverwalk Dive Center is a satellite JDC shop. RDC is connected to the Jupiter Dive Bar Welcome To Dive Bar Restaurant. Both shops, RDC and JDC Jupiter Dive Center, are on the water. RDC is interesting, because after the dive, the divers disembark at one of Jupiter's top eateries and social spots. And the RDC boat is an "8" pack; I envision booking it for me and friends.
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    Composed of elite divers with Macho mentalities, back when men were men, and FEAR was a lispy companion of the common Man. It was a time before insurance liabilities, lawsuits or beauracratic regulation of the "sport". Guerrilla divers didn't need "Buoyancy Compensator Vests". In fact, "Anyone who needs a BC deserves to drown" was a popular adage. Exploration and the Hunt came first, excitement and fun followed. Safety was the stepchild of fitness, good reflexes and a cool head.
    This was a time of great Adventure."
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    Diving the Jupiter Wreck Trek with Jupiter Dive Center

    You might enjoy the following wreck diving videos taken in February during a dive on the M/V ZION TRAIN and M/T ESSO BONAIRE off of Jupiter Inlet, Florida:

    M/V ZION TRAIN - Wreck of M/V ZION TRAIN - YouTube
    M/T ESSO BONAIRE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzP9w2-8rNw
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    Quote Originally Posted by FJM View Post
    Diving the Jupiter Wreck Trek with Jupiter Dive Center

    You might enjoy the following wreck diving videos taken in February during a dive on the M/V ZION TRAIN and M/T ESSO BONAIRE off of Jupiter Inlet, Florida:

    M/V ZION TRAIN - Wreck of M/V ZION TRAIN - YouTube
    M/T ESSO BONAIRE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzP9w2-8rNw
    Thanks for posting! JDC is my favorite Op. haven't been on the train since before Christmas.
    Tim
    "They called themselves Guerrilla Divers.
    Composed of elite divers with Macho mentalities, back when men were men, and FEAR was a lispy companion of the common Man. It was a time before insurance liabilities, lawsuits or beauracratic regulation of the "sport". Guerrilla divers didn't need "Buoyancy Compensator Vests". In fact, "Anyone who needs a BC deserves to drown" was a popular adage. Exploration and the Hunt came first, excitement and fun followed. Safety was the stepchild of fitness, good reflexes and a cool head.
    This was a time of great Adventure."
    www.sfdj.com

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    Check out the new dive boat (6 pack) in Boynton / Lanatana. Web site and boat pictures are Calypso Dive Charters | Orlando Dive Charters | Lantana Dive Charters | Palm Beach Dive Charters and facebook Calypso Dive Charters - Lantana, FL - Scuba Diving | Facebook. We love 3 tank dives and they are all drift. You can cover a lot of ground to find the lobsters (if that's your thing). We will dive what you all want to dive. Call 1-855-4-GO-DIVE (46-3683)
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    Wow! Great list. I just got OW certified in January so this list will help.

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    Add this to the already large list:

    Boynton Beach Dive Center

    https://dolphinsun.com

    Last edited by diversteve; May 1st, 2013 at 10:40 PM. Reason: added
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    Add this one to your list. Jupiter, FL Scuba Diving Charter this is Kyalami (Capt Sl8r Charters) out of jupiter FL. Great group of people and they are running a sick deal on trips right now, $20.00 OFF for the first 50 people who book their trip through the site using coupon code "expectmore" (No quotations).
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    Add my dive center...operating since 1974....located in Key Largo, Sea Dwellers Dive Center of Key Largo....
    Last edited by diversteve; May 1st, 2013 at 10:48 PM. Reason: added
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    Sea Dwellers Rob
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