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Scuba Diving

Unread postby MuscularTeeth » 16 Jan 13, 3:23 pm

Anyone else here Scuba Dives?

ive got my basic course, nav and wreck diving courses. my friend recently began cave diving.
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Re: Scuba Diving

Unread postby MuscularTeeth » 16 Jan 13, 3:25 pm

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Re: Scuba Diving

Unread postby JonDogg » 19 Jan 13, 11:49 am

Nice pics. I've never been scuba diving but been snorkelling a couple of times on the Great Barrier Reef. It looks fun though.

Cave and shipwreck diving would be scary I reckon if you go inside the shipwreck.
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Re: Scuba Diving

Unread postby MuscularTeeth » 19 Jan 13, 12:07 pm

JonDogg wrote:Nice pics. I've never been scuba diving but been snorkelling a couple of times on the Great Barrier Reef. It looks fun though.

Cave and shipwreck diving would be scary I reckon if you go inside the shipwreck.


yeah for the wreck course we dived on the frigate hobart whic through the chimney stack. then using cables to navigate through the rooms and then your way back... scary but fun
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Re: Scuba Diving

Unread postby Disco LT » 19 Jan 13, 12:37 pm

I went on my trip to Fiji, was amazing apart from the sea live on the surface.. evil little ****. Was covered in welts for a fortnight. Didn't stop me going back for more though :D

Spent many hours snorkeling, but scuba diving was a blast - I just did an introduction dive so no qualifications.. I had trouble stabilizing myself. Every time I inhaled, I'd start to float, every time I exhaled, I'd start to sink. I was like a yoyo.
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Re: Scuba Diving

Unread postby MuscularTeeth » 19 Jan 13, 9:55 pm

im so light, and i get so cold my wet suit is 6.3mm thick.
so i float like a cork.
without weights i can literally just stand in the sea bobbing up and down.
so, to sink i require quite a damn lot of weights..
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