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#14161
Specialty course
GenoMc - 7/27/2008 8:44 AM
Category: Survey
Replies: 66

Which specialty course would you recommend?
#73
chgodvr - 9/05/2008 1:20 PM
[Choose #5] If I had to choose only one.
#4667
nutralbouy - 8/07/2008 4:56 AM
[Choose #2] drift diving is exciting as well
#3442
Dorkfish - 8/05/2008 8:43 PM
[Choose #4] For my region I also recommend Dry Suit.
#443
DeepSea - 8/04/2008 4:02 PM
[Choose #3] Intro to Cave
#2513
lreese2 - 8/01/2008 3:57 PM
[Choose #4] depends on what kind of diving you do, and where
#5082
divershaun - 7/31/2008 6:46 PM
[Choose #2] only because you or someone is bound to lose something...or someone. deep diver too
#3477
ScouterJT - 7/28/2008 5:47 PM
[Choose #3] peak performance buoyancy
#6537
MonkeyDiver - 7/28/2008 1:28 PM
[Choose #4] Depends on diving interests
#1575
Miles - 7/28/2008 11:41 AM
[Choose #5] stress and rescue is number one, though
#677
Oryon - 7/28/2008 11:32 AM
[Choose #3] First choice would have been Peak Performance Buoyancy
#14139
tardmaster - 7/27/2008 9:36 PM
[Choose #1] peak performance bouyancy first.
#3609
jfhuard - 7/27/2008 2:52 PM
[Choose #3] wreck, search and recovery, deep, nitrox
#1326
stitches - 7/27/2008 11:59 AM
[Choose #5] I highly recommend rescue diver over all others