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Alot of Brits on board

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Aug 13, 2001
Ive been away for a good bit having just returned from Kazakhstahan and other dry locations.
I dont really post alot but noticed there are quite a few Brits on board.
Have any of you made it too Ascension island?
I lived ther for 15 years and still have occasion to get back home for work. Last time I was there was in June working wqith USN UCT team 1 had a blast blowing bubbles all day for work and then free diving in the evening for fun.
Several brit groups there I took some Paras out and we killed it.
I am thinking of trying an excursion bussiness there and would like to gage interest.
For all you non Brit island dreamers Ascension is located 7 degrees south of equator between Africa and S. America water is always warm clear and loaded with big game fish (although not huge) I have seen schools of tuna 10 meters off the beach in 2 meters of water chasing fry! all you could hear was the crashing of there teeth! and as schools of fish parted these large silver torpedos chasing em down! And then there is the Mahi-mahi, wahoo, bigeyes, grouper and bugs!!! Ascension is hard to reach but well worth it.
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