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Do you use a boat to go freediving/Spearfishing?

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Freediver81

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Most of the time I have been diving and spearfishing close to shore since I do not always have access to a boat (that has also limited my spearing to relatively small fish which is frustrating), but now things are changing since a friend of mine has got a beautiful South African built 12m sailboat and he is willing to go diving! Here are a few pics!
What a about you?

I'm the guy in the blue shirt!

Said :)
 

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