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Re: Who dives on their own Boat?

take the classes , send the regulator out to get checked out , i wear a skate board helmet with a light clamped to it when i removed my swing keel .. i would highly recomend you keep a pocket knife with a lanyard attached to you if you get hung up in some fishing line your sunk without it .
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Re: Who dives on their own Boat?

Just get yourself a little pony tank and make life easy
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Just get yourself a little pony tank and make life easy
A pony bottle is unlikely to provide enough air for an inexperienced hull cleaner to get through the job comfortably, if at all.
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Re: Who dives on their own Boat?

It all depends on what kind of shape you're in, how much you use the snorkel and how big thr boat is!
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