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What kind of water do you dive in?

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What kind of water do you dive the most?

  • Sea

    Votes: 23 29.1%
  • Lake

    Votes: 19 24.1%
  • Ocean

    Votes: 11 13.9%
  • Fjord

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Quarry

    Votes: 11 13.9%
  • Pool

    Votes: 5 6.3%
  • River

    Votes: 1 1.3%
  • Spring

    Votes: 2 2.5%
  • Cave

    Votes: 1 1.3%
  • Reef

    Votes: 6 7.6%
  • Tank

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters

Arden are the waters around LA polluted, Being such a big city i was wondering what the water is like.

water temp here (Maldives on Friday) was min 29.2 °C, max 30.8 °C (on surface).

no jacket required...
hey badnewsB

would love to see some pics of Japanese u/w marine life.
Here in Denmark I have only about 10m of depth, and the viz is about 5-10m

But in Norway at our house we have 50m of depth right outside our house. At surface 5-10m viz and at 10m depth (usually) there is a spring layer from warm to cold water, where the viz jumps to 30m or 100feet.

Also 2 minuttes in a boat and you could have a depth of 500m, and there are lots of cliff sides going straight down to about 70m. I like Norway :eek:
I dive in the Pacific Ocean off of Vancouver Island. The visibility isn't great (~2-10m) in the summer; however during the winter it can clear up to around 15m. Recently I went SCUBA diving off of a breakwater where the visibility at 20m deep was ~10m. The water temperature is fairly cold, but warm enough that I can dive comfortably in a 7mm wetsuit.
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