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Date: Entry Time: Dive Time: Max. Depth:
Sun, 01-Mar-2015 13:54:00 27 minutes 51 feet
Dive Location: City / Island: Country:
Ginnie Springs High Springs, FL United States of America
Dan Lacher

Dive Profile for Dive # 124

Weather: Visibility: Altitude: Air Temp.:
Clear Good 0 ft - 3000 ft 72 °F
Water: Waves: Current: Water Temp.:
Fesh - - 72 °F
Tank Type: Tank Size: Gas Mixture: Avg. Depth:
Steel 99 cu ft - 95.77 ft
Start Pressure: End Pressure: Diff. Pressure: SAC Rate:
2810 psi 1800 psi 1020 psi 135.3 cu ft/min
Dive Details:
Entry: Deco. Dive: Rep. Dive: Surface Interval:
Shore No Yes 01:06
Weight: Dive Suit: Dive Computer:
16 lbs 1-Piece Wetsuit EON Steel
Turns out this was spring break for one of the local colleges and some large sorority was having a party here. YEA eye candy while setting up for next dive. Entered the cavern and was suprised how far it went back. Got to the very back and the water flow rate was very strong. Almost could not swim all the way yp to it. Swam around and found a small path Dan could swim through and got some good video of him swimming through the rocks with his light. Stuck our heads into some of the large holes in the celing and found lots of old glowsticks that were stuck from past divers and a plaque honoring a diver that had past. Guessing this was a place he enjoyed diving at. As we were leaving this was another place to get a cool picture of the cavern enterance from the inside out.
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