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    Caving with scooter

    As the post title says,those that only have one scoot how far do You go before have to borrow a nother from a mate,do You just stay in the zone You normaly swim to ,with 3 to 4 stages scooter distances can realy drop against there stated distance.

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    Re: Caving with scooter

    If you can't (or won't) swim out, you need a tow scooter.

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    Re: Caving with scooter

    You will need one of these to extend your range beyond being able to swim out. If on a RB, you will also be limited by your BO gas to swim out.

    1 - backup scooter
    2 - buddy with backup scooter
    3 - buddy that is willing to tow you out
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