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Pee in your mask, spit in your wet suit. Mar 5, 2016

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    1. Mndiv
      Pee in your mask, spit in your wet suit.
    2. Bratface
      I was re-reading old posts and came across your reply suggesting you take additional courses before diving the NC wrecks. I certainly didn't mean that you should take all of those courses at once. Of course that is unrealistic. I never thought you would interpret it that way, but then you are 16 and I am over 50. I realize how cost intensive ($$$) our sport is. While your adventure is just beginning, mine is far from over. I will be taking the Introduction to Tech Diving course this year. There is always opportunity to learn something new.

      Anyhow, I want to wish you luck on your diving career and hope you do get to experience the historical wrecks of NC. My first wreck dive was the U352 which is a WWII sub with an intact inner hull. The men who went down in it are still inside. And if you go to Beaufort, NC, check out the old homes. Many were built by ship captains. It is one of the coolest small towns in America.

      Best regards to you,
    3. charlie123
      Just got your message.Sorry it took so long to get back with you just get up with me a few weeks before you are ready to come down to N.C. just call me at 252-342-9278 or email me cstyron3@gmail.com take care for now. Charlie Styron
    4. Jim Lapenta
      Jim Lapenta
      Check your facebook messages. Your regs are done.
    5. suprane
      Congratulations on your certification and welcome to this wonderful sport! I have been diving for over forty years and am still as in love with it as the day I certified.
      Remember!.. Always keep learning!
      And I applaud your presence on ScubaBoard and the information you have sought here. This site is a great resource no matter what your level of training or experience.
    6. Zak OHara
      Zak OHara
      The Icon BCD is going to be discontinued. However this should not influence your decision to purchase. There is nothing wrong with it and parts that can be replaced or repaired will continue to be available as they are interchangeable with other bcds. The non replaceable / repairable sections of the bcd are the same as an "in-line" product.

      Leisure Pro is currently a dealer. Warranty is covered.


    7. Erin.
      Welcome to Drive 2 Dive!
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    Twin Cities, Minnesota
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    Frequently dive local lakes and wrecks throughout the midwest.
    Certification History:
    Open Water Diver, Advanced Open Water, Drysuit
    Certification Level:
    Advanced Open Water/Drysuit
    # of Logged Dives:
    50 - 99
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Five Years
    Engineering student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison