LAKE Day Dive!
10:30 AM Arrival Time
11:00 AM Dive Time
12:30 PM Start BBQ
It is located on the intersection of SW 132nd Ave (Pine Island Rd) and SW 284th St.
That’s 20 min south on the Turnpike from FIU.
Approximate Number of Proposed Divers
Open Water, certified to 60 ft.
– Crystal cleal lake
– Visibility is good (see pictures below), even more if it is sunny.
– Average depth is about 20 ft , maximum 28-30 ft.
– There are two old sunken cars. They are old and rusty but still interesting to see. (no dead buddies in the trunk)
– There are a couple of small sunken boats. One of them is marked on the picture, the others we have to find! Bring a compass to practice underwater navegation.
– People have thrown shopping cars and stuff down there. Lets explore the entire lake, there might be more to see!
– The bottom has a white mod that is very soft. You could stick your hand up to your elbow if you wanted to… but do not try it!
– There is a very short thin grass that grows on the bottom on some parts, nothing that you can get entangled with.
– You can park your car just a few feet from the water!
– The water is warm.
Air, 21% Oxygen
All divers will be responsible to rent or bring their own equiptment including: Mask, Fins, Snorkle, BC, Regulator with Pressure and Depth Gauge, Timing Device, Tanks, and weights.
You can rent equiptment at Divers Den http://diversdenmiami.com/
12614 SW 88th Street, Miami, FL 33186 phone# 305-595-2010
They are on the way.
Free Shore Dive
Decompression status and repetitive dive plans
All dives are planned for no decompression
Special Safety procedures
Arrangement of dive buddies. No club member can dive alone.
Dive buddy checks
Recompression Chamber: TBA
Divers Alert Network: 1-919-684-9111
Any hazardous conditions anticipated
Entry is very rocky! Be very carefull walking and not falling.
After 2-3 feet of water the depth DROPS TO 15FT!!! Be sure that you are ready to jump in the water and HAVE YOUR BC INFLATED!!!! DO NOT JUMP IN AND SINK!!
All divers will adhere to the Clubs Safe Diving Practices. Emergency oxygen for first aid will be available aboard the boat, and on shore if shore dive.