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Hump Day (Night Dive) at La Jolla Shores!!!

  • Dec 5, 2012 · 6:00 PM
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Had a hard day at work? Boss like a diaper?

Sounds like you need to go diving! Join us for a one tank dive at the infamous Shores. All skill and experience levels can appreciate this dive location. Easy entry and exit and depths that can satisfy the new beginner or challenge the experienced! Need a buddy? No worries....there is always someone to team up with around this group!!! As the motto goes.....All We Do Is Dive...and party alittle.

NIGHT DIVE!!!!!!!! Its that time of year again so come out for the night dive experience! Ensure you bring your lights! (Main, Backup, and Tank).

CONTACT INFORMATION:[masked]! Feel free to text or call if you're running late or need information.


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If you have not submitted a Liability Release for Power Scuba, please follow this link to the file, print, sign, and bring to the event along with your C-Card (scuba certification card). You need to do this at least once a year: Liability Release and Assumption of Risk

You must also read this: Disclaimer and Clarification... AKA Terms of Service...AKA Terms and Conditions

Anyone with a medical conditionpossibly counter-indicative to diving must have a doctors signature on a diving waiver form and submit signed form to Bill Powers (or an organizer) before they may attend any Power Scuba event. YOU MAY NOT ATTEND AN EVENT WITH AN UNDISCLOSED MEDICAL CONDITION. Doing so is grounds for expulsion from the group. Here is our medical statement: Medical Statement Therein you'll find a Doctor Waiver form as well.

Attending any scuba event Power Scuba facilitates constitutes attendee's affirmation they are medically fit to dive, certified to dive by a nationally-recognized agency, have the necessary skill & training level for the dive being offered, have read the Terms and Conditions, and have submitted a signed Liability Release to an organizer.

Important Note:It is not the organizer's role to lead your dive (or to wait for you after you come out of the water). He/she merely facilitates you getting to the pre-dive meeting location. The Organizer will not assign you a buddy nor will he/she be leading the dive as a "group dive". Visibility and liability do not allow for that. Nor will the Organizer tell you whether you are skilled enough to make any particular dive. That is for you (only) to decide. When you enter the water, you (and your buddy) are on your own. You must plan and execute your dive with your dive buddy only. Once members arrive at the meeting spot, the Organizer becomes simply another diver.

For Boat Dives: Any overage (usually less than $50) resulting from our local dive boat trips is put into a dedicated Group Boat Fund. This allows us to make up the difference if we don't completely fill up a future boat charter. No other use is made of this money.

Power Scuba bears no responsibility or liability for a member's loss (gas, airfare, hotel fees, etc) in the event of a canceled event.

Your participation constitutes your affirmation you agree to these above rules and disclaimers.... and that your buddy(s) (if applicable) has read and agrees to the same.

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  • Jason P.

    Great bunch of divers! Lots of critters out!!! Can't wait to do it again....oh wait...that's Saturday...Hot Damn!

    December 6, 2012

  • Mike A.

    A great dive with a great buddy!

    December 5, 2012

  • Lida

    It was great to get back in the water. The highlight was a 6 foot long angel shark. Thanks for buddying up, Mike!

    1 · December 5, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Awesome dive!!! Pretty clear once we got below 60ft. Saw a huge angel shark at about 90 or so.

    December 5, 2012

  • Jason P.

    Don't forget your liability forms if you haven't done one!!

    December 5, 2012

  • Autumn H.

    Any tips on night diving? Can you see landmarks?

    December 2, 2012

    • Mike A.

      First night dive I'd actually recommend making a "twilight dive". This is mainly so that you start in a more familiar environment and as a bonus you get to see the lineups. Also, you might want to dive (during the day) once or twice using your dive light when checking gauges and signaling. Then the task load is a little easier in the dark.

      December 2, 2012

    • Autumn H.

      Thanks, Mike.

      December 2, 2012

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