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Panama City Beach

First open water dive

Well I have to start with a little back ground seeing as I did not go about learning to dive the normal way.

It started when I was working at a marina on lake allatoona in Acworth, GA. I worked for Boat US as a tow boat operator on the weekends. There was always a boat that needed gas or just broke down in general. Then there were the calls of boats being grounded. Then sometimes, well they would just sink. Any salvage had been done by the guys from another marina on another lake. Well me and a friend that already had been diving for a number of years decided why can't we do this.

Blue Water Rock Quarry

Any rock quarry is not a dive spot intended for the beginning diver or the claustrophobic.   I myself dived here only having one previous diving trip under my belt, which had taken place in the warm vibrant waters of the Caribbean Sea.  Needless to say, I felt like I was able to see 2 sides to scuba, early in my diving career.
As a Midwestern child, I didn’t grow up spending time in the oceans, or even lakes.  With my sweet mother’s help, my imagination was vivid with all of the terrible possibilities of the depths, and it never really painted the deep waters as something particularly attractive.  However, diving in the warm blue Caribbean, as my first scuba adventure, I found myself able to experience a particular awe in God’s creation and majesty of the deep water with all of its complexity, color and life.

Halliburton Wreck

The Halliburton Wreck sits just off the North coast of Honduras off the island of Utila, in about 100 feet of water.  A fun wreck dive, sitting at 100 feet in water with 60+ feet of visibility, it is sure to be a fun day of wreck diving.

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