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Hello From Sheffield UK

Discussion in 'Introductions and Greets' started by ellisj501, May 16, 2020.

  1. ellisj501

    ellisj501 Angel Fish

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    Hi, thank you, that's interesting about the new procedures I have not seen them yet, I will take a look later.

    How are things in Canada with the virus, are you in heavy lock down or are there certain restrictions in place
     
  2. ellisj501

    ellisj501 Angel Fish

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    Hi Tim,

    Dream Divers of Parkgate, how long have you been diving, who do you dive with.
     
  3. TimPB

    TimPB Garibaldi

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Sheffield, UK
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    I've know of dream divers, but haven't dives with the.

    I've been diving on and off since the mid 90s, although only regularly for the last 6 years or so. I did a bit of diving with diveworld, but am now in a BSAC club in Scarborough.

    Good luck with the OW. Give me a shout if you need a buddy once you qualify.
     
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  4. ellisj501

    ellisj501 Angel Fish

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    Nice cheers dude will do.

    Do you do a lot of diving off the east coast, anywhere near Scarbrough or Bridlington?
     
  5. TimPB

    TimPB Garibaldi

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Sheffield, UK
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    Yes, mainly out of Scarborough, but brid and whitby on occasion too.. The club has a Rhib and a hard boat. The season is fairly short on that stretch of coast as the vis gets really messed up by the weather, usually late may to September. The rhib goes up to scotland for the winter and we keep diving there as well as the farnes, eyemouth and oban
     
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  6. ellisj501

    ellisj501 Angel Fish

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    Fantastic.
     

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