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Hi all,

New to the forum but been diving a few years now usually in the North Sea or inland UK sites. I enjoy yearly trips to Malta and up to Scapa Flow.
Currently certified through Padi to rescue, deep and Nitrox but looking to head into tech with IANTD once funds (and the wife) allow it!
 

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Nice diving in your area, everything from seal bothering, scenic shallows to historic wrecks.

Technical diving really helps with value for money and safety, not to mention being far more in control. Start with basic ANDP (advanced nitrox and decompression procedures)

Pity the season’s drawing to a close.
 
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Nice diving in your area, everything from seal bothering, scenic shallows to historic wrecks.

Technical diving really helps with value for money and safet, not to mention being far more in control. Start with basic ANDP (advanced nitrox and decompression procedures)

Pity the season’s drawing to a close.
Yeah, I'm just back from a week wetsuit diving in Malta and finding the North Sea particularly unappetising this time of year!
 

happy-diver

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Plenty of time then to prepare

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Is the plastic-bound manual under the BSAC Diving Manual the 1968 one?

Where's your Darkness Beckons and Deco For Divers?
 

happy-diver

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Mate that's the shelf across the room from the other shelf around the corner from the other shelf next to the room with all the boxes, picture was take before deco for divers was printed.

BSAC really really close, it's the 66, I hadn't scored your fathers 68 yet. Don't have much caving stuff

It really is time for a reorganise.

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One day.

Darkness Beckons looks really good
 

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Looking forwards to reading one of those BSAC manuals one day.

Is the Deco for Divers one of the rare unsigned copies :)

Diving a Triton?
 

happy-diver

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Stop pining @Wibble r just do it!



Yeah no signature I might have to put it up for auction

Dude, Triton, I just borrowed some ideas and built mine in the laundry on the washing machine!

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Here's the vintage version

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However since building a workshop over the past few months
The washing machine is now only for washing, regs and gear.

Getting it ready for an o2 dive yesterday

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What a disgrace!


Most of it was under the bench mate I ain't payin my 10 grand to someone for some pipes and a sack
 

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Thanks for the BSAC manual tip-off!
 

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Welcome to ScubaBoard and Howdy from Texas!
 
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