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Aruban Freediver

Dillon

Dillon

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Just registered to deeper blue. Whats up everyone? Im a 20 year old recreational freediver from Aruba. A beautiful island in the caribbean. My island is pretty small and allthough its obvious that everyone from tourists to locals love the beautiful beaches here, The freediving community is not that big. I might be the only Aruban registered on deeperblue.com
I hope not! But thats how small the community is as far as freediving..plenty of people spearfish but still its just not a huge community.. However there are plenty of scuba divers so i could be wrong and not be the only registered aruban? Where my Arubans at? Holla at me!
But anyway, this island is full of beach bums! I love it here..i love the ocean as they say : we are one happy island.

One love to everybody reading this who also have that deep passionate love for the sea! ❤

Where are you from? What oceans from around the world are you diving in? What type of diving cleanses your souls?

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BatRay

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Welcome to Deeperblue! What a beautiful place to call home. We've probably had members from Aruba in the past. Try searching with the forum search function and respond to existing threads. They may be old, but you never know.
 
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Dillon

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Welcome to Deeperblue! What a beautiful place to call home. We've probably had members from Aruba in the past. Try searching with the forum search function and respond to existing threads. They may be old, but you never know.
Aruba is very beautiful indeed! And yeah you are probably right i did find some but like you said they were really old like around 2008 , 2009 etc...however its still nice to see locals on here...i never thought other arubans were on here..aruba is pretty small only about 19 miles long
Welcome to Deeperblue! What a beautiful place to call home. We've probably had members from Aruba in the past. Try searching with the forum search function and respond to existing threads. They may be old, but you never know.
aruba is very beautiful indeed! And yeah you're probably right..i think i did see some locals on here but like you said they were old threads from around 2008 , 2009 etc..its still nice to see arubans on here i just didnt expect to see any...aruba is pretty small its only about 19 miles long hahah , have a good day!
 
BatRay

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Did you reply? It would be a heck of a thing if they replied.

Can't imagine what it'd be like to dive where a wetsuit isn't needed.
 
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Hi, are you or anyone else in Aruba around in mid September to go freediving?
 
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