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Maine-iacs dive club pool session

Mon Apr 03, 2017 10:27 pm

Maine-iacs dive club pool session

Last Saturday, April 1st we had our clubs spring time pool session, but I guess mother-nature decided to pull an April fool’s joke. We had about 8 inches of heavy wet snow that morning.

We decided to have the pool session anyway, but the attendance was about half (or a bit less) than expected.

The cool thing is that 2/3 of the divers were using double hose regulators, to be specific Argonaut Kraken.


John took the pictures while using this Kraken, so there are no pictures of John.


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Keith with his new Argonaut. Well, it is not that new it has been in a couple of trips already.

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Laura borrowing one of my Argonauts. She first tried one in Cozumel. It probably won’t be long before she gets one.

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I was testing some new lightweight travel fins. The fins are great! They are like Jet fin clones in a much lighter material.
I don’t care for the orange color, but this size only comes in orange or white.

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We did have at least one vintage regulator in the water.

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Re: Maine-iacs dive club pool session

Mon Apr 03, 2017 10:33 pm

Here is a video that John took while I was trying my new travel fins.



[video]https://vimeo.com/211417053[/video]


Here are my new favorite warm water fins.
http://www.deep6gear.com/fins/deep-6-eddy-fin

I just wish they were yellow or black.
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Re: Maine-iacs dive club pool session

Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:50 am

Looks like a good pool session! Be sure we get her a Kraken before Cozumel.
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