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    Talking Bougainville virgin wreck

    This is what I love doing we found this wreck in late April while looking for another wreck it has never being dived, she is lying in 70 meters of blue water. We named her from the dinner plates that are at the stern Thanks Colin for putting up video.

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    Re: Bougainville virgin wreck

    Nice picture on your profile Did you read the report on this forum today on the trip up in Donegal?? They seen the bell but could not get it out

    Alan

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    No its always that colour the diving tiler has much to be proud of the diving tiler has much to be proud of the diving tiler has much to be proud of the diving tiler has much to be proud of the diving tiler has much to be proud of the diving tiler has much to be proud of the diving tiler has much to be proud of the diving tiler has much to be proud of the diving tiler has much to be proud of the diving tiler has much to be proud of the diving tiler has much to be proud of the diving tiler's Avatar
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    Re: Bougainville virgin wreck

    Yep seen it, bloody weather can,t get out diving I am going blind on this computer

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    Re: Bougainville virgin wreck

    Nice video water looks clear

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    Re: Bougainville virgin wreck

    Quote Originally Posted by tigger  View Original Post
    Nice video water looks clear
    Yea it is, the music makes me hungry for a Chinese

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    Re: Bougainville virgin wreck

    I now what you mean. I need some good diving like last sunday with you guys. That was a great dive
    Thanks again for having us.

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    Re: Bougainville virgin wreck

    Quote Originally Posted by the diving tiler  View Original Post
    Yea it is, the music makes me hungry for a Chinese
    the music reminded me of Akira (manga film).

    nice video.

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    Re: Bougainville virgin wreck

    Nice video. Technical question: what lights were you using?

    Graham

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    Re: Bougainville virgin wreck

    Quote Originally Posted by grahamsp  View Original Post
    Nice video. Technical question: what lights were you using?

    Graham
    its a buddy shooting the video will ask when I talk to him again

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    Quote Originally Posted by grahamsp  View Original Post
    Nice video. Technical question: what lights were you using?

    Graham
    As far as i know this guy was using two 250wat HID green force video lights off one F4 battery.He gets some serious light from then at depth or in the dark, all we do is follow him and we never have to use our own torches bloody great set up he has.

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