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Offline ksightlerTopic starter
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Garrett Sea Hunter XL500 VLF; Garrett Sea Hunter XL500 Pulse; JW Fishers Pulse 12
« on: July 29, 2009, 10:23:09 am »
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I am just looking for other divers that worked on wrecks... I am looking to get some tips one finding them... how big of an area was worked (how far was the wreckage spread and depth). I read that most are below 30FT.. is this correct? Any special equipment envolved? Internation waters.. where do you get a permit or do you need one for international waters?


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