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Lightning Chic

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Hi everyone. Totally new here and wanted to say hi. Not been diving for a few years but wanting to get back into it. PADI certified in Waco, TX and now live in Houston.
Any suggestion or ideas???
 

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Great diving off the Texas coast...oil rigs, the Flower Gardens! The Flower Gardens are the northern most coral reef in the world(I believe)and their are 2 liveaboard boats that run out there...one of which is called the M.V. Spree...not sure about the other but it is owned by the same guy so it doesnt really matter. Check with any dive shop along the coast and they probably have or have access to a charter boat. If it has been a while since your last dive you may want to consider a refresher class. Anyway, WELCOME BACK!:D
 

Lightning Chic

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Originally posted by rigdvr
Great diving off the Texas coast...oil rigs, the Flower Gardens! The Flower Gardens are the northern most coral reef in the world(I believe)and their are 2 liveaboard boats that run out there...one of which is called the M.V. Spree...not sure about the other but it is owned by the same guy so it doesnt really matter. Check with any dive shop along the coast and they probably have or have access to a charter boat. If it has been a while since your last dive you may want to consider a refresher class. Anyway, WELCOME BACK!:D

Thanks for info and advice!
 
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