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How to get warm in 57-degree Fahrenheit water

Discussion in 'Basic Scuba' started by FPDocMatt, Feb 4, 2012.

  1. Whatevva

    Whatevva Angel Fish

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    Location: New England
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    Finally! yes, he did notice. It was a new hose and for some reason it took several tries before we got it to click in solidly
     
  2. scubajim 1

    scubajim 1 Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: 5,000 - ∞
    Location: St Lucie County Florida
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    Quick question:
    Looks like you are splitting three different fins between two divers???? or is that just camera angle?
     
  3. Whatevva

    Whatevva Angel Fish

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    Location: New England
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    I'm pretty sure he had the first one on when they spun us for the picture
     
  4. bug catcher

    bug catcher Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Wisconsin
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    I used toLive in Wisconsin and dive in 40+ degree water in Lake Michigan often. I had a 7mm F. John but it was too bulky so I went to a 7mm semi dry hooded full suit but I didn't like that one either. I live in Florida now but the gulf is cold in the winter 60 deg. so I bought a Akona 7mm full suit, added hood, gloves, seasoft boots. The Akona fits me good and seals water better than the semi dry did and was a lot cheaper. In 40+ degree water and a wet suit you will be cold after 40min. dive. We always brought a thermos full of hot water and poured it down the suit b/4 and after the dive. That helps a lot. Out board motors have a port where the engine cooling lake water comes out warm. We hooked a hose to it while diving in the snow one day and that helped. Good Luck!
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