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Freedive Clubs or Instruction? (intermediate)

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wallysurf

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I'm wondering about freediving clubs in the Santa Cruz or Monterey Area, also intermediate level freedive instruction. Comfortable 45-60 ft. 60 on a good day, (ate right the night before, ears good, etc.) I rarely dive outside my comfort zone so I don't know what my "max" would be, but the classes I've seen advertised seem to focus on beginning water skills, and I think I'm more of an intermediate diver. I'm also an experienced open water distance swimmer so that helps. Any clues?

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