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I retire in July 2016 and I got my Pro dive rating in 1997 I can take you to 60 feet and give you a great dive trip.
I just might give a TW trip every year! Paul
 

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Not sure what is up with the E!
 

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It would be fun, not sure my old body and lungs could handle that anymore. If I knew I was going to live this long, I would have taken better care of myself.
 
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The oldest guy I have dove with was 80 as I said I retire in 26 months and will put a trip on and will take people down bye hand. deep is not where it is at.
 

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Amazing creature. A bit spooky looking though.
 

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If I'm still on this mortal coil in 26 months I might be in on your TW dive trip. I'm an old treasure diver and spear fisher. Never really did it to just look around, but I probably should have. Nor have I ever been diving in the Bahamas...but I have sure caught a lot of bonefish off of South Andros.
 

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Bahamas have some of the world's best dive spots. Crystal clear water, lots of reefs at convenient depths with a wide diversity of life forms, lots of wrecks, relatively inexpensive if you get out of the tourist traps. However, some of the ever-present dangers are tricky currents and pirates. Situational awareness is a good thing.
 
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