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There are several shark diving boats operating out of Ensenada. My wife wrote about our recent experience with the worst of them here-
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What is it about shark dive operators?

Shortly after I dove with this guy in Roatan, he attacks his competition in what seems like a Lloyd Bridges-Sea Hunt-James Bond kind of way: A shark feeding profiteer in Roatan has been charged with attempted murder.

Here's a video of my dive with the reefies:


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Great video, Flyingwelshman


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I forgot to mention, Part 2 will be up in a couple of hours.


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Never a dull moment when your "cruising" hope all is well with Tamiko and the Blue Cammo boat is calmed down

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Yikes! Waiting on baited breath for Part 2.

Medical care in the US 40 years ago was more like the Mexican model of today, minus all the modern marvels. I still prefer a Rx doctor to be older than I am but that is much more rare these days.

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Part 2 is up now.
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Hilarious!

This place has the best writers of any forum I've visited.

Oh, to be a fly on the wall in that wheelhouse.

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There are several shark diving boats operating out of Ensenada. My wife wrote about our recent experience with the worst of them here-
I think you'll enjoy the story!

Holy crap... I'm scared to ever even go on one of these let alone without crew problems!!

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