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Dream dive survey

Discussion in 'Research and Development' started by DivePartner1, Jul 20, 2005.



    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: somewhere warm soon come
    TITAN! (its a moon around Saturn) :alien_3:
    Money is no object, right?

    oh, wait, anywhere in the WORLD, my bad
  2. diver janet

    diver janet Angel Fish

    Well, check out my website...I've got a 2006 South Pacific Adventure going!
    Fiji, Solomons, PNG and then Eastern Fields...come join us!
    www.divetravelservices.com :D
  3. DivePartner1

    DivePartner1 Manta Ray

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: McLean, Virginia
    Wow! Thanks for the links and all the great information everyone!

    I've got a three month sabbitical starting in a couple weeks and aside from moving to a new house and managing a one-year old girl, my best dive buddy and I will definitely fit somthing in. We were thinking of Thailiand or the Solomons -- where ever air fare is on sale --but its great to have options.
  4. Tavi

    Tavi NAUI Instructor

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Rochester, NY
    Bikini Atoll - my theory is......if I'm going that far, I might as well go for a couple weeks :D
    Galapagos, I'd love to dive with Hammerhead Sharks :crafty:

    I'd join Derek for a while diving Great Lakes and St Lawrence wrecks, Especially the deeper ones. They are amazingly preserved!!

    And then do the dream dive I've been working towards, The Empress of Ireland :D

    Oh yeah, I ought to spend a month or two in Florida diving some of the deeper wrecks I've heard about!! Might as well get Cave training while I'm there. Eagles Nest has been a dream too!! I'm not qualified ................yet :wink:

    hmmmmm.........I'm sure I can come up with more!!! how unlimited are these funds?!?! :wink:
  5. Lil' Irish Temper

    Lil' Irish Temper Solo Diver

    Scapa Flow

    18 Battleships, Destroyers & Cruisers all sunk in the same harbor . . . . .

    Need I say more :wink:
  6. drbill

    drbill The Lorax for the Kelp Forest Scuba Legend

    # of Dives: 2,500 - 4,999
    Location: Santa Catalina Island, CA
    Let's see... you or someone else are funding this trip, right?

    I would go where no man (named Dr. Bill) has gone before... South America (Galapagos, Venezuela, Brazil) south to Antarctica and on to Africa (Red Sea, South Africa, eastern south Africa) with stops in Madagascar and the Maldives on the way back to Los Angeles via SE Asia (might even stop there for another visit).

    Actually my favorite travel site has a diver's special that takes you to several of these places for a pretty reasonable airfare.

    After the trip I can start over and revisit Europe, Asia and Australia. Then I want to be the first man to dive on Mars if they find enough water there.
  7. TheAlphaMag

    TheAlphaMag Solo Diver

    Key Largo. I've got friends there, and its only about 50 minutes from the nearest Margaritaville... Salt! Salt! Salt!

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