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    newbe to rebreathers

    I'm Padi advanced open water diver with about 20 dives on tanked air under my belt in atlantic on sunken subs, in quarrys, in Cheasapeake, wall dives in Bahamas, ship dives in FL keys and been nearlly attacked by barracuda, mata ray etc but I know absolutely nothing about rebreathers the reason why I'm reading your forum. I've found the most enjoyable diving is particularily in 40 ft water over coral with fish as it's the most colorful. Additionally I enjoy just free diving as you don't have to worry about a lot of equipment, especially if your on airliner, and you are more sleek in the water. Just wanting to learn more about this type of diving. Have a great day!

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    Re: newbe to rebreathers

    Quote Originally Posted by 2tank  View Original Post
    I'm Padi advanced open water diver with about 20 dives on tanked air under my belt in atlantic on sunken subs, in quarrys, in Cheasapeake, wall dives in Bahamas, ship dives in FL keys and been nearlly attacked by barracuda, mata ray etc but I know absolutely nothing about rebreathers the reason why I'm reading your forum. I've found the most enjoyable diving is particularily in 40 ft water over coral with fish as it's the most colorful. Additionally I enjoy just free diving as you don't have to worry about a lot of equipment, especially if your on airliner, and you are more sleek in the water. Just wanting to learn more about this type of diving. Have a great day!

    Wecome, Rebreathers are an excellent tool for shallow water photography and videography. Many professional and amateur divers use them to increase their bottom times and interaction with marine life.

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    Re: newbe to rebreathers

    Quote Originally Posted by Curt Bowen  View Original Post
    Many professional and amateur divers use them to increase their bottom times and interaction with marine life.
    Sounds like he's already had some marine life interaction

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