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mbishara

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Hi we’re two people. Home port is Hillsboro.

We want to go out with our own boat but that leaves no one onboard while we’re diving. Trying to locate a local dive group so that we can do some dive rotations together. Maybe a few boats that can cycle together or a few divers that would like to rotate with us?

we’re still new with open divers certificate. We’re going for advanced open divers as we speak. But we’ve never had the chance to go off on our own. Always with dive tours. We’d prefer to take off on our own.
 

Bubblesong

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My recommendation is to take the CPR and first aid training through a dive shop, because you’ll find safety minded divers to connect with that way.
Love Pompano Beach, much warmer than our New England waters!
 

mbishara

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My recommendation is to take the CPR and first aid training through a dive shop, because you’ll find safety minded divers to connect with that way.
Love Pompano Beach, much warmer than our New England waters!

Hey that really is excellent advice! Because of you I’m already looking into it. So true and thank you for that!
 
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