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Spectacular Sea Tech Ledge beach dive Sunday August 15!

Discussion in 'South Florida Divers, Inc. Private Area' started by DebbyDiver, Aug 12, 2010.

  1. DebbyDiver

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    I dove Sea Tech Ledges last Sunday and it was so amazing that I want to go back! As I wandered around for about two hours underwater, I was awestruck by the fact that I didn't have to fly to this exotic dive location: I drove there! This is truly one of the most beautiful beach dives and it is teeming with a great variety of sea life.

    Do you know how lucky we are to live here? Broward County is the only place in the continental USA where you can swim to a coral reef off the beach! Take advantage of your good fortune, diving only costs as much as parking and an air fill.

    This dive is a pretty good swim, more than a pier length out, so I scheduled it late enough in the morning for you to get a good night's sleep before kicking out. 10 a.m. show, 10:30 go!

    I highly recommend bringing your own flag so that if we are separated, you are easy to find from the surface. If you are lobstering, remember to bring your license with you on the dive. You may attach it to your flag in a ziploc or small waterproof box.

    We will meet at the South end of Dania Beach's parking lot, the far end from the pier. I have an old silver Honda CR-V with a roof rack and spare tire bike rack.

    Bring money or credit card to feed the master meter. I can take one diver and gear if you want to carpool; I live in Dania Beach just minutes from the dive site.

    I will check NOAA weather late Saturday and if it looks as though the dive won't be comfortable, it will be postponed.

    Let's go diving! :)
     

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