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I will be in Florida the week after Thanksgiving. Would like to dive doubles, I use them almost 100% at home. Have thought it would be nice to us the same when diving wrecks like the Duane and S. Grove. Also would like to dive the Wilkes Barre but will have to see. Any shops/charters that allow and will rent doubles?
Thanks for your help, Al
Look up Florida Keys Reef diving with Capt Jim Wyatt he is on this board.
He can take care of your diving needs for the Wilkes Barre.
You cant go to the keys and not do the Wilkes, I believe there is some kind
of law against it....
Just dove it 2 weeks ago and man was that cool..!!!