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Jay, you still working boats down in MHC ?
Would love to head south but we should be close to sea trials with new engine in the "Under Pressure" by then.
Need to dive somewhere as our 1st trip is to an unknown wreck off Va. Beach in 250fsw.
I'm helping one of 'em. Since the big crew boat got sold, al has been running a six pack, no need for a DM when you have two captains as well. Damn, need to get a licence, lol. Amy has a boat as well, but not for charters, only fun diving. But, someone still needs to hook BTW...I want to hit the eureka....
I don't know if we have any trips for that spot this spring, and he is hoping to stay in Hatteras longer this year unless a big meanie comes up the coast & runs him out.
And if that happens it pretty much ruins Va. Beach for the time we have left.
Lynnhaven has all but given up on trips like that, the Morgan seems to be the farthest out they wish to venture. But if 15 divers wanted to go they would probably be game.
Ive been, al goes...look for Atlantic beach diving...his new boat rocks. Twin cats, fuel efficient and fast. Roomy too. Amy has about the same boat, with Detroits. Beat the crap out if the old crew boats. If you end up near me on the way, let me know...we can hang..
I usually get there about once or twice a year. Vis is not that great every time I have been there. Best I've seen it was 2-3 feet, worst was about 6in-1ft. There is a sailboat called the Quest that you can dive on. Ladders for entry and exit. Nice bathhouse. Dive shop with air fills on-site. Home Page