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SusiQ - NYC USA 

Looking for Dive Buddies About Me:  Musician, classical pianist, linguist, teacher. Diving since 2004. Rescue diver PADI, Nitrox cert. photographer and traveler..... want to see Thailand some day and Macchu Picchu. Loved diving from the first minute I could descend! Flying in total freedom.....what a beautiful awe-inspiring world... I wish I could share it with everyone so that they know how it makes me feel! I´ve also become ecologically aware of our seas and the efforts needed to conserve them and help them flourish. I adopted a turtle "Mango" at Caribbean Conservation Corporation!The latest on Mango is that she lost her transmitter and so the CCC has lost track of her! Bye, Mango, have a great turtle life!
Gender
Female
Favorite Dive Gear
Sherwood Wisdom 2 computer, Neosport 4/3 wetsuit, ScubaPro MK17 reg.
Favorite Dive Locations
Cozumel, Roatan, Fla. Keys, Belize, Maui, hoping to go to Sulawesi and Thailand someday....
Activities
reading, biking, city exploring, photography, cooking, people-watching in a cafe...
Interests
Great cook (especially Italian), reading, biking, city exploring, photography and foreign languages,learning to tango!
Favorite Music
Opera, Mozart, Verdi, Brazilian, vocal jazz, Beatles, Jimmy Buffett, James Taylor
Favorite TV Shows
i don´t watch much-my favorite italian police thriller/soap operas, Italian coast guard mysteries.... I have been known to peek at episodes of project runway, other design shows...
Favorite Movies
Johnny Stecchino, Il Postino
Favorite Books
Shadow Divers
Favorite Quotes
"Time you enjoyed wasting is not wasted time."-T.S. Elliot, British writer

SusiQ's Dive Slate

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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, etc., let me know the dates of your stay here to set you up and show you around, thanks
Written by costeno on 4/2/2010
I would post that question on Scubaboard. I know a few folks have created diving pits that can be 16-20´ and some folks have built large aquariums and use Octos and compressors for air, but you will want to talk to someone who has done that before.
Written by SCUBA_Fish on 6/16/2009
if i were to make a homemade diving tank how far could i go before becoming in danger
on 6/15/2009
Hey SusiQ...I added a few photos to my page take a look when you get a chance.
Written by SCUBA_Fish on 4/22/2009
St. Thomas--- had great snorkeling on Coki Bay..... before I learned to dive..... Do write up a report of your resort and the diving! have fun!
Written by SusiQ on 4/10/2009
Hi Susi..I just got back from Coz WHAT A BLAST!!I will be going back for sure. Scuba club was nice in that it was not very crowded and the staff was great. Let me know what you think of the tides resort and Dive shop. I will be going to St. Thomas in about 6 weeks. I am going to try the Bolongo Bay Resort/St Thomas Dive club. A friend suggested it for a quick get away. I´ll let you know how it goes. Have a great time in Belize
Written by SCUBA_Fish on 4/6/2009
I´m now 3 weeks away from a trip to Belize, including a few days in the interior exploring Mayan Ruins and cave tubing and other fun things, before I get to Ambergris for a week of diving... can´t wait to go! I´ll be at the Tides Resort/Dive Shop----
Written by SusiQ on 4/5/2009
I did the dive in the Bahamas, I just happen to be going to Belize in I think 2-3 weeks.
Written by JakeSigal on 1/28/2009
Only two New Yorkers in this contest, I´m surprised.
Written by JakeSigal on 1/28/2009
Great advice Susi, I am going to Anthony´s Key Resort. (Can you tell I am a spoiled SCUBA brat) They take care of everything but the booze and they have ways of dealing with that. Sport Diver just came out with the new top 100, I am already planning and saving.Good Diving!
Written by SCUBA_Fish on 12/31/2008

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