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I am a Beginner

cp , sardar bazaar (its a wholesell market for all kinds of stuff )…gk..south ext.

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Marquesas - Dry Tortugas Fish/Dive chart

Coverage from Sand Key and he Northwest Channel (west of Key West) west to Rebecca Shoal on the east side. Offshore inset on west side shows passage from Rebecca to the Tortugas.Detailed coverage of the Dry Tortugas on west side with blow up of Tortugas Harbor and Fort Jefferson. Loran TD Lines added to West Side. 187 Plotted and Indexed GPS Positions for Reefs and Wrecks, Lights, Fishing and Diving Sites. Added color highlights shallow areas and enhanced contour line defines 60′ curves. Information from 3 NOAA Charts; 11439, 1438, 11434. GPS Datum

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I'd really like to do this when we go to Cancun in 1 weeks time. Ive heard you can do it up to the end of September but it is pricey.

Anyone swam with whale sharks by Mexico before? Is it scary? Did you pay alot for the trip? Where did you get your trip from? Recommend it?

Thanks,
Andy

I have done it many times. I lived on Isla Holbox before it was a tourist destination and before anyone charged a fee for it.
It is an amazing experience and should not be missed.The whale sharks are very gentle creatures. I have no idea what a tour from Cancun costs (I avoid that area of Mexico like the plague) but I have included a link from Isla Holbox which is where the whales are and where the boat from Cancun will bring you .

**Isla Holbox is pronounced ees lah 'ole bush in Spanish.

http://holboxwhalesharktours.com/

Feel free to Email me if you have any other questions

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anywhere in the Caribbean…the water is crystal clear so you can really see a lot…enjoy

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we are looking to go to the carribean in March 08.we are deciding between a cruise or to stay in a hotel for a week.I would love people who have been there to tell me there thoughts on cruising versus hotels and also which cruise line is best.We are thinking royal carribean for 8 days but think only a half day in bahamas is not enough.Any ideas very appreciated.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines has some really good snorkelling and diving facilities, although you can't get there direct on a plane. you have to take an island hopper. But then is one reason it is so good.

St Lucia, Barbados, Jamaica, Grenada and Trinidad and Tobago have international airports and are reported to be really good.

All the above are 'English' islands, and provided you can understand the local accents, are easy to get around if you speak English.

They are all good to relax on.

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I've been to the Great Barrier Reef and Hawaii as well as gorgeous other places. The most amazing things I've seen underwater beside colourful coral and fish, are turtles and stingrays! What about you? Share your story! 🙂
oh yeah i saw an eel! and omg sharks how scary lol

In Hawaii, I saw a small shark near the bottom of the ocean (I was about thirty feet above him) but he was only about two or three feet long and I saw a stingray that was pretty big as well as a smaller one that looked like a baby. On that same trip I also saw an eel (like the scary type you see at Sea World) sticking out of the rock and a gigantic sea turtle that swam by me about five feet away.

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DIVE RITE SIDE WINDER / CAVE REEL 400FT

North Florida cave diver, Woody Jasper, first invented sidewinder-style reels around 1980. Less likely to entangle than other reels on the market, Woody’s original reel was made of aluminum and a PVC spool. The side-handle style of the reel lent itself to exploration because it could easily switch from hand to hand while laying out line. Twenty years later, sidewinder-style reels were popularized in the technical diving community when DIR enthusiasts began using them for paying out line in deep caves at high speed on a DPV. Our Sidewinder series of reels are designed to be anti-jam by using precision machine tolerances between the frame and the spool making it nearly impossible for the line to slip between the spool and the handle. Choose between our Sidewinder Cave Primary (RE50400) with 400-feet of #24 braid line our Sidewinder Wreck Primary (RE50250) that has 250-feet of #36 braid line, both with extra large stainless bolt snap.

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You are in a cancer forum. Fortunately, I don’t think cancer would be a hazard of snorkelling….

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Frankos San Diego County Coast Map - Books Videos and CDs - Scuba diving equipment & gear

Side 1: South County zoom-in of La Jolla area showing peninsula and La Jolla Canyon area scuba and snorkeling dive sites plus Mission Bay & Wreck Alley details with location of HMSC Yukon Ruby E NOSC Tower Ingraham St. Bridge & El Rey wrecks. Side 2: Whole San Diego County Coast from below the Mexican border to Camp Pendleton and out to San Clemente Island & Islas de los Coronados. Scuba dive sites kelp forest creatures underwater photos & ocean depth contours. Printed on water resistant paper Folded and easy to carry Frankos San Diego County Coast Map – Scuba Diving Books Videos and CDs Travel Books .

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snorkel in a lot of bogs…

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Simple Guide to Boat and Wreck Diving, DVD

The Simple Guide to Boat and Wreck Diving is the third DVD production from Hammerhead Video. It’s an ideal introduction into both of these great diving activities. Boat diving is the best way to explore remote diving locations, no matter where you dive. Whether you dive from large or small boats, there’s nothing quite like exploring remote diving destinations from a dive boat. In this video, we’ll take you aboard both large and small boats, and you’ll see the techniques for diving from both. Boat diving is a great way to meet new diving friends and share the adventure of diving. Wreck diving is another of our favorite diving activities. There’s something about exploring shipwrecks that is exciting, whether it’s a wooden sailing ship, a destroyer, or a paddlewheeler. In the wreck diving program on this disk, you’ll explore the Yukon and Ruby E off San Diego, and an old sailing ship that wrecked on the Bahamas bank. We’ll show you how to use the different gear used by wreck divers and the proper techniques to make your wreck dives smooth and enjoyable. The Simple Guide to Boat & Wreck Diving, Run time 49 minutes. SIMPLE GUIDE|BOAT WRECK DIVING|SIMPLE GUIDE TO BOAT

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Citizen Eco-Drive Aqualand Stainless Steel Diving Watch

A new standard of convenience in diving watches, with no batteries to change, ever. Standard quartz diving watches require periodic battery changes. With a diving watch, this will necessitate having the watch pressure-checked, resulting in extra service costs and delays while the watch is sent out. . . . . 60-Day Power Reserve Charges in Sunlight or Indoors . . Depth Display to 125 feet . . Maximum Depth Memory . . One-Way Rotating Elapsed-Time Bezel . . 50-Minute Chronograph . . 12-24 Hour Time . . Advanced Low Charge Indicator . . Date . . Screw-Back Case and ScrewDown Crown . . Water Resistant to 200 Meters

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Invicta Men's Stainless Steel Diving Watch
This handsome, classic men’s diving watch will take him from the boardroom to the weekend in style. A black dial is complimented by a matching black diving bezel, a date display, luminous hands and markers and a rugged stainless steel case and band.

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