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dirty-finned dive goddess, Female, from Hollywood, Florida

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dirty-finned dive goddess Dec 3, 2019

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    1. Scuba_Jenny
      dirty-finned dive goddess
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    2. Scuba_Jenny
      dirty-finned dive goddess
    3. natodiver
      Hey Jenny, I checked your site but couldnt find your contact info on it. If you could post that it would be much appreciated. I am looking for a guide for the BHB. Thanks!
      1. Scuba_Jenny
        Hi just saw this.
        yeah, my site is a work in progress. Best to just PM me here. When are you looking to dive?
        Nov 10, 2019
    4. sonofzell
      Greetings Scuba_Jenny! I live in PA, but visit family in Vero once or twice a year. Next week I plan to make my first trip to BHB. I've found great advice, but there is one thing I'm not clear about: I've read it's recommended to carry a dive flag... Is it required to have a flag displayed on the surface, or is simply having an smb sufficient?
      Any advice you can offer is greatly appreciated. Thank you!!!
      1. nolatom
        You'll need a dive flag. Easily rented at Force-E scuba shop right nearby.
        Lifeguards are there, they're your friend, but will make you get a dive flag.
        Make sure you've timed the high tide correctly, Eastern Time. Then aim to duck in about 50 minutes prior, to about 10-20 minutes after, that high tide. Vis will cloud up more on the ebb tide. Your air on an aluminum 80 will easily last an hour, likely more.
        Jul 15, 2019
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      2. sonofzell
        @nolatom Thanks for the excellent guidance! I got my first BHB experience in today (ahead of the lobster season rush tomorrow lol). Force-E was great, and you were dead-on... got 58mins on one AL80; perfect to catch the slack tide! Can't wait to get back with my daughter!
        Jul 23, 2019
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      3. Scuba_Jenny
        hey. Literally just saw this. ugh, sorry for the late, oh so very late reply.
        Hopefullly your dive was good.
        Nov 10, 2019
    5. Mike Walsh
      Mike Walsh
    6. Mike Walsh
      Mike Walsh
      I see you go to Blue Heron Bridge you going diving Friday at the bridge ?
    7. Rick Voight
      Rick Voight
      Hi Scuba_Jenny! Great spending time with you last weekend! About to post one of your pics!
    8. Debbie Kramer
      Debbie Kramer
      I was wondering if you still had your thule hullavator for sale.
    9. MtneerDiver
      Hello, I'd like to talk with you about being a dive guide for us. Can I email or call you? Thanks so much.
    10. Rob Phillips
      Rob Phillips
      Do you have my #? I have no clue how to send a PM on Scubaboard lol.
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    July 26
    Home Page:
    Hollywood, Florida
    chasing butterflies
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    Longest: 3hrs 20 min at BHB with a PST 80.
    Coldest: Lake Erie, 43°
    Deepest: 135fsw some wreck off Ft. Lauderdale.
    Locations: Florida- Broward and Dade County, Jupiter, Boynton Bch, Venice Bch, Keys, Ginnie and Alexander Springs; Lake Erie, Bahamas, Cozumel, St. Maarten, St. Thomas, Grand Cayman.
    #500 Oct 4, 2008 - Ginnie Springs with Hermit Crab!!!
    #600 in April 2011 at Ginnie Springs.
    #800 August 2013 Ft. Lauderdale
    #900 May 2014 Blue Heron Bridge
    #1000 June 2015 Hollywood, Yellow Brick Road
    Certification History:
    Dive Master
    Certification Level:
    Dive Master
    # of Logged Dives:
    1,000 - 2,499
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Stroke with cool gear!
    DSS BP/W, yellow jetfins with spring straps! Lots of neoprene in the winter.
    Beach diver. Been diving since 1993, and until I found ScubaBoard, my diving was quite limited. Hit dive #600 in April 2011 at Ginnie Springs.
    #1000 a beach dive off Hollywood Beach at the Yellow Brick Road in June 2015.




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