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rnbenton Posted - Mar 05 2010 : 07:12:24
Does anyone know of dive shops in the Bimini's or Berry Islands to get tanks filled? I know there used to be one at either Blue Water or Bimini Bay, not sure which, but I can't find any information about whether it is still there or not.


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Capt. Bill1 Posted - Mar 10 2010 : 17:36:07
Don't know for sure. But they still advertise on the web.

Try calling them perhaps. Or call one of the marinas in Bimini. They may know if there is still anybody there that can fill tanks.

Have you thought about taking a hookah rig?
rnbenton Posted - Mar 10 2010 : 11:05:51
Bill, I used to go there some years ago but someone told me they had closed up. Not true?

Thanks for the reply.

Capt. Bill1 Posted - Mar 07 2010 : 22:26:38

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