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  1. jderoo

    Massachusetts Dive Flag Laws

    A year or so ago there was a lot of buzz around the local diveshops that Gloucester had changed the town ordinances to require a dive flag for each diver. This was supposedly to make it safer, but the general consensus (at least among divers) was that this was actually to discourage diving in...
  2. jderoo

    Massachusetts Dive Flag Laws

    THE GENERAL LAWS OF MASSACHUSETTS PART I. ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT TITLE XIV. PUBLIC WAYS AND WORKS CHAPTER 90B. MOTORBOATS, OTHER VESSELS AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Chapter 90B: Section 13A. Scuba divers; display of diver's flag required Section 13A. Every scuba diver or...
  3. jderoo

    Golf Ball Diving in the North East

    A couple of years back I was ice diving in Farm Pond in Sherborn - not near a golf course at all that I know of - when I found a golf ball just sitting there on the bottom. It looked strange next to a nearly frozen mostly dead fish.
  4. jderoo

    Favorite Place to Scuba Dive in the North East

    Fort Wetherill in RI is popular with divers from NY, CT, RI, and MA. If you are willing to go a bit farther, Cape Ann in MA has great New England shore and boat diving. When you've gotten a bit more experience, the U853 off Block Island is worth the seasickness (either yours or the other divers').
  5. jderoo

    Massachusetts Diver

    I dive locally at Cape Ann (Gloucester and Rockport, MA), Cape Cod, and Rhode Island. I also like to cave dive in North Central Florida. I've been to the Bahamas, Florida, Grand Cayman, Bonaire, Australia, and Indonesia. Lots more places to go; my Big Goal is Antarctica. I am a PADI and an...
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