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Planeguy Posted - Jan 10 2012 : 21:05:52
Going tomorrow for my second lesson. Totally enjoyed the first one and look forward to getting certified.
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L. Keith Posted - Feb 19 2012 : 10:17:35
Plan your dive, dive your plan. Consider purchasing and reading the NOAA Diving Manual. Learn to use and understand the Repetitive Dive Tables. Scuba diving is a lot of fun, but I found that Free Diving is more enjoyable (less gear to have to lug around and keep up with). Everything you really want to see is in less than 40' of water anyway.
Planeguy Posted - Feb 19 2012 : 08:25:04
I do plan to do more training (must be the pilot in me) and obtain some advanced certifications. Doing more training is a good way to pass the cold Ohio winters!
rnbenton Posted - Feb 18 2012 : 22:03:05
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Originally posted by Capt. Bill1

Have fun. After you finish this class seriously consider taking some more advanced ones. As well as working with some one who can teach you the finer points of bouyancy control.



What Bill said +1

As you build time absolutely get your Advanced Certification. Personally, I would also strongly recommend getting your Rescue Diver Cert. It is really a good course and will teach you a lot about stress and panic.

I first learned to dive in 1965, have well over 3500 dives and I still enjoy it today as much as I did the very first time.

Bob
Planeguy Posted - Feb 18 2012 : 19:39:53
Well I received my certification today in Montego Bay Jamaica. Had a great two days to do the open dives and look forward to many good times.
Capt. Bill1 Posted - Jan 30 2012 : 10:49:57
Of course we haven't heard back for him since. I hope he survived that second lesson. :-)

Chevy427z Posted - Jan 30 2012 : 10:22:06
WTG Planeguy! Good luck to you!

Mark
Capt. Bill1 Posted - Jan 11 2012 : 16:56:44
Have fun. After you finish this class seriously consider taking some more advanced ones. As well as working with some one who can teach you the finer points of bouyancy control.

spj Posted - Jan 11 2012 : 16:21:41
Two rules of diving, that you should never forget, and they apply to life as well.

Always breath and never hold your breath.

Stop think and act.

Have a great time in class, and after you are certified.

Jgsons2 Posted - Jan 11 2012 : 12:59:14
Welcome to diving. May your time under be many and safe.

Never hate the man Just what he does.

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