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    I want to learn how to scuba dive because i always wondered what it would be like to explore the ocean floor also another reason i want to learn scuba is because i want to be a rescue diver i just have to take care of some things first before i can start learning scuba diving

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    It is fantastic.

    I have 185 dives and have lived a few Jock Cusco shows. I have seen every part of a crab shed its shell and been attacked by a Coho salmon(I still have the teeth marks in my dive light to prove it).

    Rescue divers are a hard core group and there is no way I can keep up with them shape wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by egor View Post
    It is fantastic.

    I have 185 dives and have lived a few Jock Cusco shows. I have seen every part of a crab shed its shell and been attacked by a Coho salmon(I still have the teeth marks in my dive light to prove it).

    Rescue divers are a hard core group and there is no way I can keep up with them shape wise.
    You mean Jacques Cousteau?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nam Repaid View Post
    You mean Jacques Cousteau?
    That is why I hate spell check. I thought it was wrong but I figured people will forgive me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nam Repaid View Post
    You mean Jacques Cousteau?
    You mean Jacques-Yves Cousteau?

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    Scuba diving is great. I'm a qualified diver, but still need to do the open water part, (there wasn't enough time to finish it). It's quite an experience coming back to the surface afterwards, totally different world down below.

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    I got my open water certification last September and was able to do a couple dives in Monterey Bay before heading over and doing three dives on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Unfortunately I haven't had a lot more time to dive since then, both my daughter and I need to get out and do more diving.

    As a note, my daughter was eleven when she got certified as a Junior Scuba Diver at the same time as I got certified, not bad for someone that young!!!

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    I am hoping to find a buddy to do a simple dive this fall.

    It has been 15 years since I did it the last time.

    The little White Salmon river fish hatchery is on a shallow river (the Little White Salmon in the Columbia Gorge)is about 10 ft at the deepest and most is like 4 ft. Anyway It is so fun to swim with the salmon and take pictures.

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    How long does it take to get a open water certification

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    40 hours and 5 dives (at least in 1985 and was still the standards in 2003 when I helped on Cert weekends)

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