Jamestown Water conditions

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AfterDark

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I'm thinking maybe the end of July. 30th or 31st. Either of those work for you? Have the temps warmed up since June?


I just got back from a day of shallow water diving in Jamestown one dive at Potter Cove 90 minutes @20FSW second at FTW 75 minutes @25FSW. I didn’t have my PDC so I don’t know what the temps were but I never got cold. I saw snorkelers in bath suits swimming around the cove for quite a while.

So yes it’s a lot warmer than June, the 2mm hooded vest is hanging in the dive locker. If the water gets warmer or I go snorkeling it’ll go under my 3mm suit. My dry suit is in for cuff replacement maybe I’ll use it at Rockport this month or next.

Either day works for me, we’ll see what the weather has in store for us.
 

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[QUOTE="AfterDark, post: 7726110, member: 135491"
Either day works for me, we’ll see what the weather has in store for us.[/QUOTE]

Sounds good!
 
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