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The dives in Boynton range from 60-80FSW depending on the side of the reef
and maybe a little deeper if we dive a wreck but that is a rare occurence on
the Deeper.  I think of all the dives I have done in Boynton maybe 5 were on
wrecks (usually the Bud Bar) and as I recall it was about 90FSW in the sand.
These are not deep dives by any means and (assuming relatively calm seas)
are about the easiest dives imaginable as long as you go with the flow and
dont try to fight the current.

CH
----- Original Message -----
From: "Karla Clinch" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, November 02, 2000 5:38 AM
Subject: Re: Another interesting week of diving


> In a message dated 11/1/00 8:52:38 PM Eastern Standard Time,
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> writes:
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> << FWIW, I will be coming down the weekend of Dec 8.  Probably diving off
the
>  Deeper in Boynton on the 9th all day and the morning of the 10th.  Have
to
>  be in Orlando the evening of the 10th.
>
>  CH >>
> Chuck,
>
> What will you be diving those days?  How deep?  I haven't made it up to
that
> area yet, and would love to give it a try, if it is within my ranges.
>
> Later,
>
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