Trip Report Tiger Beach and Bimini on the Dolphin Dream, March 11-19, 2022

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I hope late is better than never. I fell far behind in my photo downloads.

Here are a few photos of Dolphin Dream. Sharks, sharks, and more sharks to follow

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Here are a few photos
Are those tanks on the back Steel's ?
I know it's very shallow, but kinda nice diving with little/no weight, PLUS maybe get 2-3 dives out of one Fill ?
 
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Are those tanks on the back Steel's ?
I know it's very shallow, but kinda nice diving with little/no weight, PLUS maybe get 2-3 dives out of one Fill ?
There are a mix of tanks. Some people brought their own, all steels, I think. I dived a rental AL80 and always had a lot of air at the end of the dives. On one dive at Bimini, I dived the tank down on a 2:16 dive at an avg depth of 34 ft. Most people went up for a fill during that time. The tanks were filled quickly in place. My tanks always had good fills , average 3259 psi (3118-3438 psi). I don't know if the steel tanks were filled differently, not even sure if all were HP.

We all dived overweighted so that we could easily kneel or stand stably in the sand during the feeding dives.
 

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Great photo's. It's so difficult to get the hammers to approach. They are very skittish and take a long time to acclimate.
 

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