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wiseguy

RO# 19739

Posted - Aug 17 2009 :  12:15:32  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
My kids want to go diving this Nov in Key West,any advice that you help with.
Nick

Homeport: Punta Gorda,Fl,/Port Charlotte,Fl

ScubaAl

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Posted - Aug 20 2009 :  19:58:00  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by wiseguy

My kids want to go diving this Nov in Key West,any advice that you help with.



November can be a slow time for diving anywhere in the Keys. At least that has been my experience. Weather also iffy, but you can checkout this link http://www.scubaboard.com/forums/florida-conch-divers/231435-florida-keys-guide.html for a place to start your search. If you can't find what you want there, do a search at The Scubaboard.com.
They did just sink the Vandenburg off of Key West as a dive site and that would be the top dive on my list.

Al



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Capt. Bill1

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Posted - Aug 20 2009 :  23:09:29  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by wiseguy





The wreck dives are better than the reef dives.

And make sure at least one person on the boat has over indulged the night before so they can chum up some fish for a few good pictures.



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bruizer

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Posted - Oct 02 2009 :  17:15:59  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
We went out with Captain's Corner (http://www.captainscorner.com/) back in December. Did 2 days of reef diving. Seas were big and it made getting back in the boat quite challenging.
Staff were accommodating and friendly. The dive center is located at 125 Ann Street in Old Town and they have a booth at the harbor dock.



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1975 28' Marinette Express
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