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    1. Bubbles below
      Bubbles below
      Kauai for 12days, June 14-June 26
      I'm staying in Princeville and looking to do a shore dive. I heard Koloa Landing is easy entry/navigate. I'm thinking of diving it on Sat or Sun w my husband in am but I would like to dive it at night also. He doesn't like night diving. Anyone interested in diving with me in the morning and night? I recently, dove Kona and Kohala Coast last week. I have 73 logged dives and have done 8night dives. Also, I'm scheduled to do tunnels on Monday and pm on Tuesday w Fathom 5 Divers.
    2. Bubbles below
      Bubbles below
      We are heading to Catalina Island for couple days of diving, Aug 26-28 before Labor Day rush. We are celebrating our 21st wedding anniversary. Our 1st anniversary, we went snorkeling in Catalina and went off a zodiac.
      We are new to diving, but have been diving at Lake Pleasant, San Carlos, and Bali. In all instances, we always had a guide w us. Anyway, i been looking at the websites and I didn't see guide to divers ratio for boat diving. Im assuming we are on our own? Should we just do guided shore dives? I have 53 logged dives and have my AWD certification and my husband has 24 logged dives. We been certified in Sep 2013. How easy is it diving without a guide from a boat and shore. I really would like to see some wrecks.
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    Certification Agencies:
    SSI El Mar, Bali Bubbles
    Dive History:
    Lake Pleasant, San Carlos Mexico, and Bali(2013) Kauai and Big Island, and Key Largo (2014), Cozumel,Puerto Morelas, Cenotes, Grand Cayman &Little Cayman, and Bonaire (2015) Cruise ship diving , Carnival Magic: Cozumel,Belize, and Roatan (2015) Carnival Magic 2016: Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel
    Certification History:
    OWD, Sep 2013, AWD, Dec 2013, Master Diver, May 2014, and Century Diver, March 2015: night,deep,current and waves, nitrox, react right, stress and rescue and navigation.
    Certification Level:
    SSI Century Diver, March 2015
    # of Logged Dives:
    200 - 499
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Two Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Atomic, ST 1 regulator , Aqua long BC
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