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What’s the warmest water you’ve ever dived?

Discussion in 'General Travel and Vacation Discussions' started by aquacat8, Feb 9, 2019.

  1. Scott

    Scott Tech Instructor

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  2. BradStyle

    BradStyle Angel Fish

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    39c / 102.2f. Barracuda Lake, Coron, Philippines.
     
  3. markmud

    markmud Self Reliant Diver--On All Dives. ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Cabo San Lucas Mexico. 89F.

    markm
     
  4. agilis

    agilis Solo Diver

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    High 80s in Negril, Jamaica, in late summer. A clear limpid fishbowl.
     
  5. shurite7

    shurite7 Dive Shop

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    95 in the Crater Dome in Utah, an hour east of Salt Lake City. Same place Scott mentioned above.
     
  6. arcticat99

    arcticat99 Barracuda

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    anywhere in the caribbean is bathwater for me uip in sask canada water is always cold
     
  7. Steelyeyes

    Steelyeyes Manta Ray

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    87F Grenada in October. It was that temp from the surface to 130 FSW.
     
  8. homerdoc

    homerdoc Nassau Grouper

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    82-83 in bonaire. I cant imagine much higher being comfortable for me. Montana blood I guess.
     
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  9. JohnnyC

    JohnnyC PADI Pro

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    111F/44C in Dubai. Working in a pool that was being filled straight out of trucks coming directly from the desalination plant. We were pouring ice water into our wet suits, and after 15 minutes we called it.
     
  10. gypsyjim

    gypsyjim I have an alibi ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Compared to some here the 84-85 in PNG a few weeks back would seem cool I suppose, but it was wonderfully warm, clear and pleasant to us!
    Swimsuit water, for sure.
    And I always thought of Bonaire's, 79 to 81, as Warm water.
     
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