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Hi Iggy Granada is a nice place by what i hear I hope to be back in the states by the end of the year, I´ll be in the keys, I hope, have a good trip bye
Hi, I am inviting you to see the first city in America, Santa Marta, at the foot of the tallest mountain in the tropic and the fortress build against the pirate´s attacks in Cartagena and dive along these two sites in the Colombian Caribbean, to do some spearfishing, photo, underwater video, wreck diving, etc., let me know the dates of your stay here to set you up and show you around, thanks
I think once you go digital with your camera you´ll be glad you did. But it is different; it took me awhile to get the hang of the way the digital camera works underwater. Syncing the strobe and lag time for the shutter is different than a Nikonos or Motormarine.
Wow, that´s amazing, but great that it is still being use today. Just goes to show with proper care scuba gear will last a long time.
Where did you get originally certified and was it NAUI, PADI or YMCA?
That´s My dive buddy !!!
Hi Iggy sutts ere if you want to mail me with any of your questions about the Red Sea I will only be to happy to give you all the info I can regards
O and when you get into the Keys at the top, stop at one of the Information Station places and grab a coupon book. They have maps in the back that shows you the Florida Keys Shipwreck Trail. It goes the entire length of the Keys. I would suggest ´´Adolphus Bush Sr.´´ which is 5 miles south of Big Pine Key
Hey Iggy, I´ve been diving just a few years...maybe 3 or 4. When you go to the Keys you MUST go to John Pennekamp State Park (this is famous for the statue of Jesus they dropped down there...pretty cool!) and also Looe Reef Sanctuary. It´s the only ´´nature made´´ reef left in the Keys and there are so many fish and gorgeous corals to see. We always go out of Strike Zone Charters for our Looe Reef rips. Have a great time!!