lampropelma wrote:Do you think it should be possible to go to Salt Cay to see the Humpback whales?
ArlequinA wrote:I wanna go, but what if I don't have a diving certification? Is that mandatory?
VorpalBunny wrote:I have no certifications (still), but am still interested in joining the diving group in whatever way I'm able to. (Snorkelling perhaps?)
Nolli wrote:Hi all
So far with our group we have 6 confirmed divers and 1 snorkeler. There is room for 20 people on boats, so PM me for info if you want to join us!
Little bonus for divers: I will be (actually my friend is) bringing new GoPro camera with me, so we can have nice high quality videos and pictures from our dives :)
mikrima wrote:Ha, awesome! I did not see your last post, Nolli, about the GoPro camera. It just so happens that I have ordered one for myself for this trip (after spending several months of debating with my inner self, and then having my regular camera die on me and making the decision easier).
So we will have two GoPro cameras onboard, very cool. Bet we can make a nice memento of our combined footage :) That way each of us is on the pictures/film too!
That is IF mine arrives in time for the cruise.
dragonbiker17 wrote:i would like to go snorkeling but i dont want to buy the boat tour. those are too expensive , id rather go get one in person on the street wherever the snorkeling place is. its cheaper that way and its probably the same tour. i was told you can just walk from the pier,.no need to even take a taxi. who is with me?
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