Surface Temp:89 degrees
Water: 82 degrees
25' Depth: 77 degrees
31' Depth: 72 degrees
Visibility: 16-18' at the platforms
Wall visibility: 3-8' due to divers in areas
Both boats visibility: 10'
Plane visibility: 8-10'
Abundant marine life and slight algae.
Beautiful day, picture...
I too am interested since I am finishing up Advanced Trimix and studying to become a Divemaster. So... If I become a Divemaster, I presume my duties will include such? What happens when I cert. out of Inspiration/Evolution Rebreather? Thanks!
Cruiser here on the boards has a detail heading and kick map of the entire lake. I think she even updated new headings for the mine and coffin, in addition to the alligator. I know we were trying hard to hit the mine but she found it all by herself. Hit her up for a copy. I'm sure she wouldn't...
To add to the list of limitations...
It's not compatible with the Galileo line of computers. So... there you have it.:hmmm:
I had to buy a PC just to run these programs for dive planning and dive logs. (There are some of us creative types that use Apple!!!:crafty:)
I have an IrDA Dongle with driver disk for sale. I don't need it any longer since my PC has an IR built in. Worked fine for me. I'll ship it for $12.00. Paid nearly 25.00 cuz I wanted it right away to download my logs from my Sol. Let me know...
One major drawback for me has been the lack of multi-gas (Trimix) software enhancements. It does Nitrox fine but beyond that there doesn't seem to be any upgrades in the works according to Uwatec/Scubapro USA. I'm looking long and hard at a Liquidvision X1 to replace the Galileo SOL even if I...
I have to agree with the Capt. As Tech goes, you must plan your dive and dive your plan. Sorry, there is no room for "fudging". :shakehead: But if you must dive computers I would recommend the Liquidvision X1. Still, I would make sure my tablet is with me. (I want to be able to go home.)