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Tenerife

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Any1 here got any experience with freediving at Tenerife?

I'm going there next week and would like to know wether I should take my elios stuff



maybe I'll add some piccies when I'm back from me and my GF

me in my camo elios with total mimetic omer mask
hehe
I'm not going to take the camouflaged specialfins mono :naughty
since it would cost to much to get it in the plane
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any advice appreciated!!!
 
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rafacuatic

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Hi.The water in Tenerife is warm.20 c or more.3mm suit is all you need.You can carry your mono as hand luggage in the plain free.Last year i was freediving with wales and dolphins,whith Loic and Francois from Nice.Incredible clear waters but also strong current in some places.
Buena suerte
 
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