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Scuba Diving is not for everyone - How do you recognize that and work with your students ?

Scuba Diving is not for everyone - How do you recognize that and work with your students ?

Scuba Diving Is A Wonderful Sport: Just Eliminate The Risks

Scuba Diving Is A Wonderful Sport: Just Eliminate The Risks

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pdalmolin - 8 hrs ago
Rating Added: 4 I’m new to diving, but after diving the florida keys it was a cool change of pace....
reefseeker65 - 1 day ago
Headed to Comal from Kerrville. Would appreciate info on where we can get tanks/weights on a Sunday. Much appreciated ~...
billsoccer - 1 day ago
Went back 10/11-10/12. After a check-out dive for my buddies rented dry suit, we went deep - first to Fire Truck and partly down the road. Road is limestone which reflects the sun and lights well. Then to 92’ off the dock where we didn’t get our bouy...
austinjvaughn - 1 day ago
Rating Added: 4 It was very clear and a little chilly be sure when you go the sun is out otherwise you get out and you are still cold....
hkench - 1 day ago
I went scuba diving here on 8/11/2014. Average viz: 51-60ft/16-18m. Water temp: 66-70°F/19-21°C....
MJ_Kiss - 1 day ago
I went scuba diving here on 10/19/2014. Average viz: Under 5ft/2m. Water temp: 61-65°F/16-18°C. Originally scheduled to dive with David Lawrence of TheScubaGym.com. Although I was there at 8:30 am, and went to Williston, about 10 minutes away for bre...