Thank You Seven Sea's Scuba

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Bric Martin
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Thank You Seven Sea's Scuba

Post by Bric Martin » Fri Aug 09, 2013 6:14 pm

I owe a big thank you to Cary Herb, Nicole Pratt and Seven Sea's Scuba. In April my dive light stopped working. I took it to Seven Sea's Scuba and they sent it off to be repaired. The light maker is a well known company, not some small operation. 3 months went by and there was no word, the company didn't answer the phone or about 15 e-mails. The local rep was no help at all, I started to wonder if the company had gone out of business. About 2 weeks ago the company answered a call, from Nicole Pratt the Seven Sea's PADI Course Director. I really don't know what was said, but I received the light 8 days later and the work was done for free. Thank you to everyone at Seven Sea's Scuba.

Now the really good stuff, diving has been really good recently. The viz in the canal is over 30 feet at depth. Everything seems vibrant and healthy. Now is really the time to get out and dive. The following are recent photos, if we are Facebook friends you have seen some of them before.

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Waynne Fowler
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Re: Thank You Seven Sea's Scuba

Post by Waynne Fowler » Fri Aug 09, 2013 6:37 pm

Holy Cow Bric
Those are some outstanding photos... I Love the egg yoke (that is an egg yoke right?), amazing!

Thanks for sharing them.
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Re: Thank You Seven Sea's Scuba

Post by Dusty2 » Fri Aug 09, 2013 8:08 pm

Wow those are some gorgeous photo's! I really like the first 3
Where were you diving?

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Re: Thank You Seven Sea's Scuba

Post by YellowEye » Fri Aug 09, 2013 10:22 pm

Sweet photos! I especially love the jelly!
Kudos to Seven Seas!
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Re: Thank You Seven Sea's Scuba

Post by gutholmj » Sat Aug 10, 2013 6:21 pm

Those are great photos Bric. I really like the composition of the one with the cockerell's nudibranch.
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Bric Martin
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Re: Thank You Seven Sea's Scuba

Post by Bric Martin » Sun Aug 11, 2013 9:01 am

Waynne Fowler wrote:(that is an egg yoke right?).


Thanks guys!

Wayne...that is an egg yolk jelly. I was corrected earlier when I called it lion's mane jellyfish!

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Re: Thank You Seven Sea's Scuba

Post by RVbldr » Sun Aug 11, 2013 7:06 pm

Just curious, but how do you tell the difference between a Lion's Mane and the Egg Yolk jellies?

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Re: Thank You Seven Sea's Scuba

Post by Desert Diver » Sun Aug 11, 2013 7:22 pm

A lion's mane really looks like a lion's mane. I'm no critter identifier but that's one I know.

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