AOW

This forum is provided for the further edification of our club members seeking to improve their knowledge and diving skills. (recreational diving only)
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Shaun_Darragh
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Re: AOW

Postby Shaun_Darragh » Wed Aug 31, 2016 12:59 pm

Indeed - per the thread from last year, it appears that both Peter and Bob have retired.

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bm5w
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Re: AOW

Postby bm5w » Tue Aug 30, 2016 11:47 pm

Bob is great, however I'm not sure Bob is teaching anymore. He'll probably chime in.

I believe Peter has hung up his teaching hat as well.

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Re: AOW

Postby Linedog » Tue Aug 30, 2016 8:02 pm

Bob, here AKA GratefulDiver, I have heard nothing but good things. However there are others here that get the same praise.
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Shaun_Darragh
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AOW

Postby Shaun_Darragh » Tue Aug 30, 2016 7:32 pm

There are some threads on this below, but they may be a bit out of date.

I'm looking to take an AOW class in the next month to 6 weeks once I've gotten my dry suit and gotten a bit used to it.

Anyone have any good suggestions on instructors in Metro Seattle area? I'm more interested in actually learning than I am in just chalking up another card.

The obvious choices are Underwater Sports, Seattle Scuba, and Bellevue Divers. Any others?

Thanks!


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