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Eastern U.S. Inland diving

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I'm getting ready to go for my OW and am curious as to inland diving or coastal diving in the northeastern U.S., specifically the Pa/Md/De area. I don't have the money to make any exotic trips, the best I can maybe do is local day trips. Are there any inland dive spots, i.e. quarries, lakes, etc., that offer worthwile diving? What about shore diving or short boat trips off the northeastern coast? I know I'll be doing a lot of quarry dives to get my experience up, but eventually I'll be looking for a little variety and money is a big factor.


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