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Mar 8, 2010 6:08 PM CST
Name: Ric
Dover, Pa
There is a set list of which dives you have to take to get advanced. I always thought that Deep Dive, Navigation and Night Dive were required and then you could pick electives dives like UW Photo, Naturalist, Wreck and several others to finish your Advanced Certification. But when I took mine they only required Deep Dive and Navigation and told me to pick the rest my self. I had picked Night Dive but they would only take me out on that if they had enough divers to take out a boat. Honestly I wasn't impressed with the training I got. I think the local dive shop would have given me a better course.
Thanks Stormy that is one of the pics I took on the trip to Cozumel. Those blurry spots come from the light reflecting off specks in the water. If I had a camera with the flash on an arm away from the lens that wouldn't happen. But those cameras are both bulkier and more expensive than the old one I have.
The Amen of nature is always a flower.
Oliver Wendell Holmes
Thanks to Grandma and the joy flowers brought to her and in turn to me.

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