Posted by Ken Kurtis on April 23, 2000 at 14:50:23:
In Reply to: someone to dive with posted by Ken on April 22, 2000 at 15:59:49:
At the risk of making this sound like a Reef Seekers commercial . . .
This is one reason we schedule more boat dives than any other single shop in the L.A. area. One of our bsuienss goals is to create ways to keep people diving. So we have a ton of trips (you can see the full sked at our site at www.reefseekers.com) where all divers, buddied up or not, experienced or newbie, are welcome.
If you come without a buddy we'll try to match you up. You also have the option of joining one of our three divemasters on any of the dives for an escorted tour of the area (which also applies to buddy teams as well as the buddy-less).
In addition to that, if you want to go diving absolutley for free, sign up for one of our monthly beach diving classes (second Saturday of each month at Veterans park in Redondo). We provide the instrictor and give you the rental gear you need free of charge. All you have to do is bring quarters for the parking meters (and there's even a way around that - but it's a trade secret that I won't reveal here).
The point of all this is that you shound't feel like you have to figure out ways to keep diving on your own. There are actually some stores (in addition to some of the clubs) that make this a very important part of our overall business plan.
NAUI Instr. #5936
Co-owner, Reef Seekers Dive Co.
Beverly Hills, Ca.
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