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Article: Sidemount Diving – What is it and why would you want to do it?

Discussion in 'ScubaBoard Articles' started by WreckDivingMag, Aug 13, 2011.

  1. WreckDivingMag

    WreckDivingMag Wreck Diving Magazine

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  2. cloftyandian

    cloftyandian Garibaldi

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    I really like this article and hope to be able to do this soon for beach entry now that I no longer live in Florida near springs. (Boohoo). I so miss the folks and the springs.I now live in the Sunshine Coast, Australia and would like to use this method (I have a DiveRite Nomad)for beach entry once I get more experienced with sidemount rig.
     
  3. mddolson

    mddolson Instructor, Scuba

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    I'm in Ontario Canada. I've been diving over 30 years, last 5 include technical wreck dives, including penetration dives. I thoroughly enjoyed the article. I have has knee replacement surgery, & was considering selling my doubles, but now I'm serioulsy looking at splitting them & going sidemount.Mike D
     

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