Night Dive – Ophelia Brian(110′) and a reef (30′)

HALLOWEEN NIGHT DIVE- Featuring SCUBA NATION

Date

Wednesday October 31, 2012

Please Register by 10/27/2012

Time Schedule

5:30PM Breifing and Waivers

6:00PM Boat Departure

9:30PM Boat Returns

10:00PM Debrief

Dive Charter & Location

Aquatic Explorers
3301 Rickenbacker Causeway
Key Biscayne, Florida 33149

305-851-8180 or 305-807-2857

Approximate Number of Proposed Divers

10

Required Diving Qualification

Advance Open Water

Featured Dive Site

Ophelia Brian is the largest ship ever purposely sunk as an artificial reef in Miami-Dade County for sport diving. Abundant sea life for the naturalist and ample swim throughs for the Techies to penetrate.The 210 foot freighter, built in 1965 by J.J. Sietas in Hamburg, Germany christened Hoheburg and lastly called Sea Taxi, became the Ophelia Brian when she sunk at a pre-permitted site off Key Biscayne on December 30, 2009.

Dive Profile

Tank Mixture

Air, 21% Oxygen Mixture

Weather

TBA

Boat Description and Amenities

They will provide fresh fruit, sandwiches, water, and juices pauches!
There is pleanty of space  under each seat to store your dive bags!
They have a U.S.Coast Guard approved vessel.

Equipment

All divers will be responsible to rent or bring their own equipment including: Mask, Fins, Snorkle, BC, Regulator with Pressure and Depth Gauge, Computer Device, tanks (with appropriate NITROX mix if applicable), and weights.

  • Dont forget Primary Light and Back Up Light

Please fill form to complete your reservation. All info will be used for Emergencies or to keep you up to date.

Decompression status and repetitive dive plans All dives are planned for no decompression

Special Safety procedures Predive Briefing Arrangement of dive buddies. No club member can dive alone. Dive buddy checks

Emergency Contacts

Recompression Chamber: Click here to see the list

Hospital & police: 911

Divers Alert Network:          1-919-684-9111       1-919-684-9111

Any hazardous conditions anticipated All divers will adhere to the Clubs Safe Diving Practices. Emergency oxygen for first aid will be available aboard theboat, and on shore dives.

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