Re: Re: Solo Diving . . .

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Posted by FARMHAND on July 07, 2006 at 08:39:54:

In Reply to: Re: Solo Diving . . .Not a Recommended Practice posted by Kevrumbo on July 07, 2006 at 03:25:38:

"...can be reasonably done if suitably prepared."

Polar Bears (UK)membrane drysuit, original ScubaPro XL fins w/spring straps, Halcyon ss backplate and wing (thank you MHK), 120 cf steel single w/DIN valve, 30 cf aluminum pony, ScubaPro reg w/Sherwood octo, goody bag w/50 lb lift bag and rock pick.

This rig and variations thereof for 42 years of active diving, 3,800 dives in almost every major body of water in the world. Exclusively solo? No, three exceptions: son, daughter, and Caribbean liveaboard drift diving.

I neither advocate nor promote solo diving. This post is in response to MHK's request to explain my "miracle" diving practice ;-)

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