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Dove Tuesday and Thursday here in Ft. Lauderdale. Water temps 71-72 degrees, vis 30-50 feet depending on the site (I'ver posted some pictures from Mercy Jesus wreck and Steve's Twin Mysteries reef) Got my Nitrox cert and dove Nitrox on Thursday. Had great weather (60-70+ temp , clear skys, lots of sunlight!).
I'm thinking about bringing my propane heater to heat up some water before the dive and pour it down my wetsuit before the dive. Not too hot now. What do ya think?
I just put warm/hot water in the thermos jug. Make a tad hotter than you would like for it to be. By the time you drive to WBP and get suited up the temp should be fine. Now if you want to bring out a big tent/enclose canopy and have a propane heater in there for after the dive that would be great.
Ah warm water, it must be nice. Hopefully I will be able to get down there in another month or so. We will be thinking of the suffering you must be going through as we are freezing our manhood off in Lanier.