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Wreck Valley Divers - NY/NJ/PA

Discussion in 'Pennsylvania / New York / New Jersey' started by XJae, Dec 17, 2003.

  1. ScottyK

    ScottyK Manta Ray

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
    Location: Shrewsbury, MA
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    Daryl- Welcome to WVD!!!

    There are lots of us who prefer wet, and just as many who only dive dry. You'll get lots of help and good advice whichever way you decide to go.

    By Memorial Day, you'll definitely be able to get away with just a wetsuit. This will allow you to get started at least. You can then talk up some of the drysuit divers to get some recommendations before you invest in one.

    Looking forward to seeing you at one of the holiday weekend dives!!!!

    Scott
     
  2. grouchyturtle

    grouchyturtle Divemaster Candidate

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    Well she can come along, the shore dives we're going to try to make into one big beach party, with non diving family and friends invited too.
     
  3. Marcos

    Marcos Nassau Grouper

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    Hello all, I read the club is going to have a get together dive in each state for Memorial Day weekend. Is there going to be a NJ wreck dive included? I'd be interested in going out on a dive boat if anyone is going. I look forward to hearing from you.
     
  4. grouchyturtle

    grouchyturtle Divemaster Candidate

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    That is a posibillity. The reason we are planning on making them shore dives is.

    1- We won't have anyone miss it because of not having their AOW, or any gear required by the boats.
    2- Depending on where we go we can make a BIG giant beach party out of it and invite our non-diving family and friends
    3- We can get a lot more people to go. You can only fit so many of us on a boat.
     
  5. deana777

    deana777 Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: New Jersey
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    Hey all,
    Just moved to New Jersey (Bergen County) and would love to do some diving..
    So how does it go around here? PADI dive schools to do EFR & Rescue? Gear Rentals? Dive clubs?
    Please send any info..
    Cheers
    Deana
     
  6. deana777

    deana777 Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: New Jersey
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    Hey all,
    Just moved to New Jersey (Bergen County) and would love to do some diving..
    So how does it go around here? PADI dive schools to do EFR & Rescue? Gear Rentals? Dive clubs?
    Please send any...
     
  7. weekender

    weekender Nassau Grouper

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    first of all welcome to bergen county. are you from the area, i.e. ny/nj/pa? if not, check out njscuba.net its a great site and will keep you busy for a few hours. im guessing it will give you a great idea about this area and its boats, shops and sites. its a good place to start
     
  8. DEEPLOU

    DEEPLOU Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
    Location: Boynton Beach/ former Long Island, NY (THE ISLAND)
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    Good time to hit BTS this weekend at the Meadowlands Exhitition center. Lots of local divers there including some clubs and other organizations.
     
  9. grouchyturtle

    grouchyturtle Divemaster Candidate

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  10. DEEPLOU

    DEEPLOU Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
    Location: Boynton Beach/ former Long Island, NY (THE ISLAND)
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    Was at BTS all weekend. Didn't see a single Wreck Valley T shirt (except the one my buddy wore from Dan Berg's "Wreck Valley" dive boat).
    Did see couple of Deco Stop shirts though.
     

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