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Wreck Enthusiasts are over here!
AquaRayBahamas - 1/12/2009 2:06 PM
Category: Training
Replies: 2



Hello again!


We’re diving Spiegel Grove every weekend! Why don’t you join us and be a part of this amazing experience while getting AOW Diver certified?


Learn Wreck diving, underwater navigation, peak buoyancy, drift diving, deep diving, and more...


We want you to explore this shipwreck, one of the world most renown, Spiegel Grove, for only $79 as a part of a 2 tank dive... This 510 foot, retired U.S. Navy vessel, is considered by most divers to be the most awesome shipwreck in the United States. There is so much to see that it can’t even been thoroughly explored in even a dozen dives! This shipwreck sits perfectly upright in 130 feet of water, with most to the shipwreck superstructure located at a mere 80 feet of depth. See lush coral reef, big sea life, countless tropical fish, and a beautifully preserved and intricate military vessel. Skilled and properly certified divers may penetrate this enormous shipwreck.


Our Elite Training Staff Includes: UW archeologist, shark specialist, award-winning and published underwater photographers, professional rescuers, master scuba diving trainers, and experienced educators.


Certified divers only. To ensure the highest quality teaching, it is a semi-private class -never more than 4 students per instructor. The class meetings and boat dives are arranged around your vacation schedule.


This special offer is valid only until March 31st, 2009. For booking and additional information:


Contact me at 617-283-0269 or e-mail me at Dive-Pro [ at ] AquaSportsInc.com


Diving includes:


2 Tanks
All gear
Professional Instruction
Towels
Sunblock
Photo/Video Album of you diving for an additional charge


Dive Smart, Dive Safe...
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Greg - 1/12/2009 3:57 PM
Here is the link to this dive site on DiveBuddy.com: http://www.divebuddy.com/divesite.aspx?DiveSiteID=1244

Members may post comments and photos about this dive site anytime. You can also search for members that have been there on the Search page by entering the dive site id: (1244).

Thanks and stay safe while diving!

Greg
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drifter12 - 5/20/2009 7:15 PM
Hello ! Where do you dive out of ? I will be in Key Largo in July and am interested in this dive and AOW. Any info appreciated. Thanks; Ted J