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Old 09-08-2007, 04:09 PM   #1
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Tobermory Shore Diving

My wife and I are headed there next weekend. Our club has a charter on Saturday and Sunday. Any suggestions for Shore diving on Friday.
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Old 09-08-2007, 04:23 PM   #2
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Head for Little Tub or Lighthouse Point.
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The Tugs are a must do, take your time, you can do all on 1 tank, but last time up there I burned off 2 tanks taking my time and really checking stuff out.
Check out this site, it has a great link for all the Toby dives.
http://www.diversden.ca/
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Old 09-11-2007, 08:55 PM   #4
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Another cool place to dive is Dave's Bay...as long as you don't mind making the walk across the "pebbles" to the water...its quite the work out with all the gear. Look for the 'bride of chuckie' while diving this place.
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Old 09-12-2007, 06:42 AM   #5
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I checked out the site recommended and did some google work. We will head up Thursday and then dive all weekend. I am hoping to get a min. of four dives in on Friday. The tugs are just out side of our hotel so that will probably be the early morning Friday dive.

A little bummed out at the cost of nitrox up. G and S's website says $20 a fill. Wow, does that also include a mermaid to swim with me and make sure I am breathing it correctly.
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A little bummed out at the cost of nitrox up. G and S's website says $20 a fill. Wow, does that also include a mermaid to swim with me and make sure I am breathing it correctly.
G+S is $14 fill for nitrox, I believe it $20 tank & Gas for a rental tank.
They give great fills too, this summer diving up there I never got a short fill, and even when they had to do 10-15 tanks for our group in an hour the tanks were never warm when we got them.
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G+S is $14 fill for nitrox, I believe it $20 tank & Gas for a rental tank.
They give great fills too, this summer diving up there I never got a short fill, and even when they had to do 10-15 tanks for our group in an hour the tanks were never warm when we got them.[/quote]

Thank you for the quick reply. I am going to give a call up there to verify in a few.
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