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Sushi Boy

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The Kraken, 22 Aug. 82 degrees at 100 fsw, vis 60'+. It's a fun wreck to dive, very picturesque. Looking forward to return trips to see how the ship changes over time.
 

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Mammoth Lake, 19 Sep. 84 degrees down to 37’. 10ish feet of viz. LOTS of people at the lake. Nice to see them getting good business. Nice having air fills on site now too.
 

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Lake Longhorn, 3 Oct. 3' viz in the good spots, lol. 75 degrees at depth. Lines made for easy navigating so we were still able to find some u/w attractions.
 

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Texas Clipper - 11 Sep. 86 degrees down to 90 fsw, a couple degrees cooler below that. 50'+ viz. Pretty awesome couple of dives. The seas had some rollers, enough to sort out who did and didn't take Dramamine, lol.

Sunday's rig dives got blown out by the leading edges of Nicholas, so we stayed on land and went to check out Elon's rockets instead.
 
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