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    What a great trip this was. This was right up there with Isle Royle!!! Thanks Capt. Jitka and Lubo and Capt. Ron of Shipwreck Explorers!! Here are a few pictures. Make sure to book your trip early for next year as Capt. Jitka gets full quickly, with such a great operation. Shipwreck Explorers
    Curt will post a write up later.
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    Absolultely aAwesome photos, Mel! Looking forward to Curt's trip report as well. However, like I mentioned to you before, a 350 ffw dive with a 3-4 hour run time in 37 degree water is WAY too much for a Florida warm water wimp like be! Glad to hear you guys had a great time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debersole  View Original Post
    Absolultely aAwesome photos, Mel! Looking forward to Curt's trip report as well. However, like I mentioned to you before, a 350 ffw dive with a 3-4 hour run time in 37 degree water is WAY too much for a Florida warm water wimp like be! Glad to hear you guys had a great time.

    Doug
    Doug, I tell you, if you have never experienced this type of shipwreck then it is well worth all the effort and deco . Even after over a 4 hr dive hanging on a line, I still had a smile on my face when I surfaced.

    I would have never believed that i could ever see this type of wreck and experience the history, the rebreather has made it all posible for me, I would have never done this on OC

    Most of the deco is spent in 65 degree water at 20 ft and did that feel good and we also have suit heaters to take care of the rest of that cold sensation.
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    Mel and Curt,

    Looks like some awesome dives! Absolutely stunning photos. Congrats!

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    Mel & Curt Congratulation !!
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    Curt wrote, Most of the deco is spent in 65 degree water at 20 ft and did that feel good and we also have suit heaters to take care of the rest of that cold sensation.

    The photos are excellent. Did all divers use the suit heaters? Were they commercial units or home made?

    Thanks, Al

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    Nice Shots...

    Glad you had a good trip.. The shot in the wheel house is amazing... up until now I have been thinking 270ish is deep enough for me... now looking at that... it is making me wonder.....hmmm

    Thanks for Sharing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaAl  View Original Post
    Curt wrote, Most of the deco is spent in 65 degree water at 20 ft and did that feel good and we also have suit heaters to take care of the rest of that cold sensation.

    The photos are excellent. Did all divers use the suit heaters? Were they commercial units or home made?

    Thanks, Al
    We had 3 Golem Gear and 1 Patco commercially made suit heater systems among our group and a couple of brave soles that did the dives without any extra heat.

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    very nice shots! looking forward to seeing the video!!

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    Re: Carl Bradley

    Did you get any shots of the iPhones in action, although I did not use a heater or an iPhone...if I had the choice I would go for the entertainment! Outside of raining globs of Zebra Mussels down on you and Curt from cleaning the lines above you, that was my only entertainment


    Nice shots, looking forward to Gunilda....see ya soon

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