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Posted by FARMHAND on July 06, 2006 at 21:45:16:

In Reply to: So where do "they" stand posted by MHK on July 05, 2006 at 22:02:03:

"Does diving solo, and taking the extra gear associated therweith, decrease drag in their dives? If any of these miracles happen to happen on their dives I'd love to know how, so please feel free to post them.."

No extra gear, just a 120 cuft steel and 30 cuft pony. I personally require/demand/desire 100% focus/attention on the object of my dive and my diving environment, leaving no percentage to focus on a diving companion. To paraphrase the quote: "It's my dive, I dive it, and criticism be damned".
As to "drag", I don't do any speed diving, reef to reef, or wreck to wreck, so drag's not an issue. FWIW.



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