TDI Advanced Nitrox and Decompression Diver Training November 2016

Steven & Nash completed their Advanced Nitrox and Decompression Diver Training this week with TJ at Hudson Grotto.

They arrived to Hudson Grotto bright and early, already having the dive plans made out, and got everything ready to get in the water. Over the course of days they completed several dives. Conditions here were as usual, the first 40 or so feet were very murky, then the sharp thermocline, and the halocline at 90 feet, and a slight improvement in visibility on the bottom. Average viz was 20 or so feet on the bottom.

Over the course of their dives, they followed the lines and checked out the local sites (VW bus, etc). It was DARK down there…..they lost ambient light on the way down at about 70 feet. Temperatures ranged from 72-87 degrees, and the hydrogen sulfide (halocline) layer was very evident in the 80-100 foot range. The smell was pretty bad down there also

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