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Dive Travel
All trips listed here are organized by fellow divers and are not run, managed, or funded by the club itself.

Any member can submit trips, it's a great way to fill up trip minumums, or get a better group price! .

Bahamas
October 6th - 13th 2018

Dan Sprague will be running the 11th annual trip to Grand Bahama and there are some spaces available, but they are filling up fast, so if you've been thinking about going, you should get your deposit in soon.
We had a great time on the May 5th to 12th trip, but that will be the last time there will be two trips in one year as 2019 will be only be the October trip.

We spend the week at the beautiful Ocean Reef Yacht Club, home of Fred & Melinda Riger and Grand Bahama Scuba. The Resort is located on a canal in Freeport, and the Dive Shop & Boat are on Premise which allows us to get right out to our favorite Dive Sites in minutes.

There are opportunities to typically do as many as 4 dives per day and 15 to 20 dives over the course of the week, including a couple of Dusk and Night Dives. Everything is close to the accommodations, so no rental car is required.

We go out as a group for a grocery run and we bring back enough food to last the week. There is also a bar/restaurant on site and the group also takes the Boat Crew out for dinner at weeks end.

The group dynamics make this an awesome trip and the reason most people come back year after year. Come see for yourself!

 Non-divers are always welcome.

Contact Dan for details.



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