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    Need hours on your rebreather?

    Need hours on your rebreather to advance to the next class? Want to get some long bottom time with your doubles? Would you like to see some of the Florida Key's wrecks for longer than 20 minutes at a time? Here's a chance to get some serious bottom time on some great Florida Key's shipwrecks.

    We will be hosting a "Tek Lite" trip aboard the M/V Spree, July 16-19, 2013. This trip will feature 2 extended dive windows per day. This means rebreather, technical, and extended range divers will be able to dive 2 long runtimes (up to 3 hours.) For the other recreational divers who aren't comfortable with the idea of decompression, you may do 2 no-deco dives during each dive window.

    The 4 day trip departs from, and returns to Key West, Florida on the evening of the 15th. The itinerary consists of the Spiegel Grove (132 fsw,) Duane (111 fsw,) Bibb, Thunderbolt (100 fsw,) Bush (100 fsw,) and Vandenburg (140 fsw.)

    Food, beer, wine, Air, and 32% nitrox fills and great dives are included. 50%, oxygen, helium and CO2 absorbent will be available also.

    PM me for details.

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    Re: Need hours on your rebreather?

    Cost of the trip is $1320. For CCR users, O2 will be $50 for the trip.

    Those interested may book/leave deposit here: https://www.spreeexpeditions.com/tri...ID=1&CT=0&TT=1

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    Re: Need hours on your rebreather?

    How much for sorb, CCR and bailout cylinders?

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    Re: Need hours on your rebreather?

    Sorry, that would help....

    Sorb is market price - $130 per keg. Best thing is probably to split a keg with someone else, and that can be worked out easily just before the trip.

    Cylinder rentals are $50 direct from M/V Spree, and that's dil/o2 and bailout bottles (no 80's.)

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    Re: Need hours on your rebreather?

    I would jump at that trip, but unfortunately it looks like its all weekdays. If it was wrapped around a weekend I could have probably done it.
    Sounds like a blast!!
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    Re: Need hours on your rebreather?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tienuts  View Original Post
    Need hours on your rebreather to advance to the next class? Want to get some long bottom time with your doubles? Would you like to see some of the Florida Key's wrecks for longer than 20 minutes at a time? Here's a chance to get some serious bottom time on some great Florida Key's shipwrecks.

    We will be hosting a "Tek Lite" trip aboard the M/V Spree, July 16-19, 2013. This trip will feature 2 extended dive windows per day. This means rebreather, technical, and extended range divers will be able to dive 2 long runtimes (up to 3 hours.) For the other recreational divers who aren't comfortable with the idea of decompression, you may do 2 no-deco dives during each dive window.

    The 4 day trip departs from, and returns to Key West, Florida on the evening of the 15th. The itinerary consists of the Spiegel Grove (132 fsw,) Duane (111 fsw,) Bibb, Thunderbolt (100 fsw,) Bush (100 fsw,) and Vandenburg (140 fsw.)

    Food, beer, wine, Air, and 32% nitrox fills and great dives are included. 50%, oxygen, helium and CO2 absorbent will be available also.

    PM me for details.
    Beer & Wine huh? That would make the deco most interesting!

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    Re: Need hours on your rebreather?

    So want to do this but its right in the middle of my work rota. If you plan any more let me know the dates. Week days are fine :)

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    Re: Need hours on your rebreather?

    Great trip idea!

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    Re: Need hours on your rebreather?

    good idea

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    Re: Need hours on your rebreather?

    see y'all onboard!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tienuts  View Original Post
    Need hours on your rebreather to advance to the next class? Want to get some long bottom time with your doubles? Would you like to see some of the Florida Key's wrecks for longer than 20 minutes at a time? Here's a chance to get some serious bottom time on some great Florida Key's shipwrecks.

    We will be hosting a "Tek Lite" trip aboard the M/V Spree, July 16-19, 2013. This trip will feature 2 extended dive windows per day. This means rebreather, technical, and extended range divers will be able to dive 2 long runtimes (up to 3 hours.) For the other recreational divers who aren't comfortable with the idea of decompression, you may do 2 no-deco dives during each dive window.

    The 4 day trip departs from, and returns to Key West, Florida on the evening of the 15th. The itinerary consists of the Spiegel Grove (132 fsw,) Duane (111 fsw,) Bibb, Thunderbolt (100 fsw,) Bush (100 fsw,) and Vandenburg (140 fsw.)

    Food, beer, wine, Air, and 32% nitrox fills and great dives are included. 50%, oxygen, helium and CO2 absorbent will be available also.

    PM me for details.

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