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    Re: A Shame!! Farewell to Seven Skies

    Quote Originally Posted by Venomguy  View Original Post
    Hard to see how this is a plus. There are a lot more OW divers than Rebreather divers globally and the only way to stop the destruction of reefs and dive sites will be through the help of public opinion. The more Open water divers in Asian waters the better the future will be.
    Yes, I agree in general, but I've always thought it was irresponsible to have OW trainees (seriously!) taken out there and doing course dive on the line to the wreck because other paying customers want to dive the wreck, which we both know has claimed some very experienced divers, has pretty brutal currents, and is a hell of a long way from help. Then there was the qualified guy on the trip the other week with 17 dives. That went well....




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    Re: A Shame!! Farewell to Seven Skies

    Quote Originally Posted by Drmike  View Original Post
    also very significant salvage work has been done recently on...

    HMS Repulse!!!
    Dutch submarines O 16 and K XVII
    HMAS Perth
    Chosa Maru
    Ningpo maru
    Japanese light cruiser Kuma
    Japanese warship Haguro!!!!
    Kapal Taiwan
    Kapal Simen


    and im sure many more....

    Glory days are over fopr wreck diving in SE asia.


    Im particularly gutted about the Haguro as only a handful got to dive her and she was very impressive
    Yes the Haguro was one impressive wreck, unfortunately they blew the guts out of her between October 2013 and May 2014
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