"Zero Tolerance Policy" against charters that leave early


Outer Bamnks diving on the Great Escape Southern California Live-Aboard Dive Boat

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Posted by Ain't turn about fair play! on April 18, 2004 at 22:41:47:

In Reply to: Reef Seekers Responds - 4/10 trip comments posted by Reef Seekers Dive Co. on April 12, 2004 at 19:52:49:

"I want to respond to some of the questions raised in the "Dive Report/Reef Seekers 4-10-04" thread below. However, I'll also point out that it seems to me that if someone has a serious concern, you could at least do me the courtesy of calling me first to see what was going on (maybe there are factors in play of which you're unaware or maybe we simply screwed up and it's something I'd like to know about) rather than simply posting on a BBS."

Would that be sorta like a store that charters a dive boat having the courtesy of talking to a charter patron diver about an issue with DFG reg compliance while on a charter before making the event public to a DFG warden?

Maybe the guy who posted the complaint has a "zero tolerance policy" against charters that leave early and rather then asking questions privately.

;)



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