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Favorite Memories of the SB SURGE 2019!

Discussion in 'ScubaBoard Surge 2019 Curacao' started by ROXANNE, Jan 11, 2019 at 9:37 PM.

  1. ROXANNE

    ROXANNE Artist

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Tampa Bay area, Florida, USA
    3,765
    2,153
    113
    Favorite Memories of the SB SURGE 2019!

    Please share here in this thread
    your trip reports, favorite dives, top side memories,
    videos, and photos from this year's

    ScubaBoard SURGE 2019 to Curacao.

    I'll post our group pic here afterward.


    :wavesmiley:[​IMG]
    And the fun Farewell Video!



    I'll also add my trip report and
    post the final Video in this thread
    once they are both complete.
    Let's see all your fun memories!
     
    Ocean Encounters likes this.
  2. ROXANNE

    ROXANNE Artist

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Tampa Bay area, Florida, USA
    3,765
    2,153
    113
    ScubaBoard SURGE 2019 Curacao Trip Report
    (Coming soon)
     
  3. ROXANNE

    ROXANNE Artist

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Tampa Bay area, Florida, USA
    3,765
    2,153
    113
    ScubaBoard SURGE 2019
    Curacao
    Final Event Video

    (Will be posted in a month or 2 )
     
  4. sgandza

    sgandza Garibaldi

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Hamilton, Ontario
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    Just got back from Curacao for a 2 week vacation over Christmas ands New Years - here are my must do's...
    1. If you can, Watamula. It's at the far west end of the island and is a boat dive. It was the nicest reef we saw on the vacation. I know GoWest dives there and their shore reef (Playa Kalki) is beautiful.
    2. Tugboat is great. The boat is OK, but the pier and reef a great. We saw tons of eels, and apparently there are seahorses under the pier. We didn't do it, but were told after that you can dive under the oil rig ship docked there, and it is very interesting. The dive shop has beer post dive.
    3. Snake Bay - was right off our deck from the house we rented so dove it 5 times and saw loads.
    4. If you've not done it - hunt lionfish. Ocean encounters does it every Wednesday, but if you want to buy a spear and borrow(?) a zookeeper. You are allowed to hunt lionfish anywhere - even the marine park. AND they are found everywhere down there.
     
  5. cardzard

    cardzard Orca

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: New Port Richey, FL
    6,025
    4,932
    113
    The crew had lots of fun at the welcome party last night, lots of prizes and Ben won a Shearwater teric dive computer.
    First day of diving is the plan today. The SURGE is off to a great start.
     
  6. The Chairman

    The Chairman Chairman of the Board

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: Cave Country!
    52,345
    18,343
    113
    The diving has been off the hook! Thanks to everyone for a wonderful 62nd birthday! The dive shop baked a wonderful cake for me which last night's dinner party devoured. The official theme of the week is

    Dive, dive, dive, rum, rum, rum!
     
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