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|Posted by Mike on December 15, 2012 at 8:15 AM||comments (1)|
We arrived in Grand Cayman yesterday. The weather is sunny and in the 80's all week. We're doing our first shore dive off of Sunset House this morning before moving the the East End to dive the rest of the week. Check back for updates and maybe some pictures.
|Posted by njue on January 21, 2012 at 6:05 PM||comments (0)|
|Posted by njue on June 16, 2011 at 7:29 PM||comments (0)|
Well a few of us will be in Cozumel, Mexico for the next week. We are looking to do some great diving! We will update with pictures while we are down there.
|Posted by Jim Fellon on June 2, 2011 at 7:04 PM||comments (0)|
1 hour plus dive, 80ft ,at Dutch today with Jason Davis. Visibility was great around 30 feet. Water temp at bottom was very cold, I got a reading of 52 degrees. Took some great video with Jason's new camera. Didn't see one damn fish though, must have been to cold for them to. Jason had a minor suit leak but stuck through it.
Stephan, thinking about you buddy, hope your healing well and will be back diving with us soon!!!
|Posted by njue on April 5, 2011 at 7:54 PM||comments (0)|
Well myself Kevin Krowicki and Ken Winter headed up to Dutch Springs to mess around with our DPV's. Ken got his first chance to use his Dive X scooter which was extremely fast. Myself and kevin weighted and messed around with our scooters. I brought my two Gavin's and Kevin had his Silent Submerged N-19. We will be heading back to Dutch Saturday the 8th of April along with others friends to try out several different scooters. Hopefully we will see some of you guys up there!
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|Posted by njue on December 31, 2010 at 12:00 PM||comments (0)|
Location: Dutch Springs
Dive Time:56 mins
Divers: Jimmy, Michael, Kevin and Jason
Well we headed out in to Dutch Springs so we could get underwater for a few minutes. It was nice seeing the gang again and diving since the weather has been so crappy around here for the last few months! ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by njue on October 22, 2010 at 8:49 AM||comments (3)|
Well this weekend we are heading to dive the Varanger. For myself I have tried diving this wreck twice this year and so far have been blown out. Lets hope we make it Saturday! Looking forward to having a nice dive with the guys.
|Posted by Jim Fellon on July 22, 2010 at 7:15 PM||comments (0)|
Out on the Mohawk wreck yesterday on the dive boat Alliance. Seas 2-5, winds 10- 15 knots, visibility 20-25 feet!! Jason and i did almost an hour at 80 feet. Pulled some tiles and a piece of glassware up. We also grabbed one lobster, plenty of them on there but just enough wreckage where you couldn't get to them. Second dive we pulled the hook and drifted for a while, dive time around 45 min. Total lobster count for the day was 6 lobsters, a lot of speared fish, an...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Jim Fellon on July 16, 2010 at 7:32 PM||comments (0)|
Jason Davis and I did a 1 hour 45 minute dive in Dutch Springs today with scooters. We covered the entire perimeter in 1 hour then kinda went site seeing. Saw 2 vehicles one upside down and a van on the back side, all with considerable damage. We also saw one decent size tree and a collapsed utiltiy pole. Was very cool to see the back side of the quarry since i've never been over that way. Used my new Atomic regulators....sweet!!!! Keep...Read Full Post »
|Posted by njue on July 14, 2010 at 2:15 PM||comments (0)|
Well mike an I headed out last week for a scooter dive at dutch. After preping our gear we decided to make a run around Dutch and check out the south side of the quarry. Mike was on the Silent Submerge n-19, and I used my Gavin short body! :D. We scootered around and saw some very impressive over hanging cliffs. After an hour or so on the trigger my Gavin started running low on power :(, so we called the dive. What a great time on the scooters. Hope to see...Read Full Post »