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Pictures of the Doria

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pferreira

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Here are some pictures of the Andrea Doria!
Forward from mid ships

Peter Ferreira
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Kayak Diver

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Doria pics

Peter,
Nice pictures, thanks for sharing them. That is one dive I hope to do soon.

Dale
 

dallasdiver

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Did you actually dive this wreck or are you just posting some pics? I know that is a pretty dangerous dive for only experienced divers. A lot of really experienced divers have died on that wreck. Not much room for any error when diving that deep. I understand there is some pretty swift current as well. It looks like some decent vis in those pictures.
 

JPPLAY

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Did you actually dive this wreck or are you just posting some pics? I know that is a pretty dangerous dive for only experienced divers. A lot of really experienced divers have died on that wreck. Not much room for any error when diving that deep. I understand there is some pretty swift current as well. It looks like some decent vis in those pictures.

The poster of the pictures hasn't been here in over four years: Last Activity: March 25th, 2003. If you really want to get in contact with him try sending an email as maybe he might still be using the same email.
 
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