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Wreck diving with a purpose!

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nasportsmouth

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Are you and your group looking for something different in your diving? If so, somewhere near you a lonely wreck is looking for a bit of attention.....!

The NAS 'Adopt A Wreck' scheme is now 'live' and looking for participants.

The scheme is designed to add some purpose to your diving, and at the same time add some information to our knowledge of our maritime heritage. For more details visit the website at

www.nasportsmouth.org.uk/purpose/adoptawreck.htm, or e-mail us at

[email protected]

to receive a fully-detailed explanatory pack.

This is YOUR chance to prove that divers DO care about their maritime heritage.
 

Violet Roses

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Aug 22, 2002
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Dear, Mr. nasportsmouth

Every thing done should have aplan, to prevent mistakes :)

Thanks for this site :)

Although I read subjects in this forum about diving, I feel fear and I like swimming more than diving.

Have anice day Mr. nasportsmouth :)
 

Jay Styron

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Aug 31, 2001
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Welcome

Welcome to our site Violet:
Hopefully by reading about some of the adventures here we can help you overcome your fear of diving. It will open up a whole new world.
Jay:wave
 

Violet Roses

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Aug 22, 2002
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Hi Mr. Jay Styron

Thanks, and I hope I learn something from their adventures :)

" Union is strength " :)

Thanks again Mr. Jay Styron :)
 
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