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Nanaimo Video

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BatRay

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Finally got to see the video!

Very, very cool, Will.
 

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Try the Gulfstream Vid on the same site (make sure you watch the credits at the end!)

What did I tell you Rach! you gotta dive up here!

Last guy I took to the coast loved it! Even after getting violated by Harbor seals :D
 

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Looks like we're putting another Trip together for late August/early Spetember.

Nanaimo - 3 days & 7 dives

Then driving across the island for some Surfing in Tofino! (6hr drive - one of the best parts of the trip)

2 days in tofino - with all the Halibut and Hippies you can handle!

I'll keep you all posted. This is a "Non-Tech" trip - so Rec types are welcome with lots of chances for wreck pen if qualified.

Willer
 
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Erik

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Originally posted by Amphibious
Try the Gulfstream Vid on the same site D

I dove the Gulfstream quite a few times on air back when I used to wear tanks. It's a fairly deep, dark and spooky dive to say the least. People died on it when it sank and it was at 130' to 175' if I remember correctly. I probably DON'T remember correctly, given I was breathing air at those depths (Greg's dive buddy Brian Nadwidny has razzed me about that...he's a hardcore DIR Trimix dude).
Another dive not to be missed, if you get a captain that knows where it is, is the Capilano. I freedived it a few years back, when I could barely reach 90'. The ship is sitting in 130', and when I dove it, I could see the entire ship from bow to stern. The ship is 135' long! The visiblity was unbelievable. I dove it with tanks later that day, and confirmed that the vis was over 135' horizontally at -135' !!
West Coast Canada has some amzing diving indeed. Worth it if you can stand the cold.
Cheers,
Erik Y.
 
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