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Nov 7, 2018
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Nassau Grouper, from Finland

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    Certification Agencies:
    Certification History:
    owd. doing aowd right now
    # of Logged Dives:
    25 - 49
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Less Than One Year


    Solo diving is possible but I think it is not nearly as fun as diving with a buddy (or fun at all) and you have to be very conservative with your limits all the time which limits your advancing as a diver.
    There is lots of differing opinions whether solo is more dangerous than buddy diving or not.... for a very experienced diver probably not much but for a beginner it would definitely be risky to try...
    for a very competent diver most emergencies could probably be dealt with just as well as when diving with a buddy. The difference being, if you'd ever have a medical emergency underwater you would just die. Absolutely no hope of survival.