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Is anyone interested in us planning a trip to Newport Aquarium?

Explore our 70 exhibits and 14 galleries, including five seamless acrylic tunnels totaling over 200 feet in length, featuring an amazing variety of aquatic life from around the world. Just look at what awaits you on your journey through the world's most exotic and exciting waterways. NOTE: All Voting is anonymous.

Jan 8, 2009 6 so far

Is anyone interested in us planning a trip to the Saint Lawernce Seaway for wreck diving?

The St. Lawrence River, the main shipping route use for centuries, were hundreds of vessels met their fate. From wooden schooners with cargo of grain or coal. War ships of the early 1800 era, to modern day freighters we see today lie along the river bottom waiting to be explored. NOTE: All Voting is anonymous.

Jan 8, 2009 7 so far

Is anyone interested in us planning a trip to Key Largo?

Six miles offshore in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary you will find the wreck of the Spiegel Grove, a 510-foot Navy ship intentionally scuttled in June 2002 as the backbone for a new coral reef. Locals consider their home the Diving Capital of the World but the island is nearly as famous as a sport-fishing destination. Some of the best charter captains and fishing guides in the world work out of Key Largo. You can go after sailfish offshore, bonefish along the Atlantic shallows, or redfish and tarpon in Florida Bay. NOTE: All Voting is anonymous.

Jan 8, 2009 7 so far

Is anyone interested in us planning a trip to Crystal River, FL

Located 70 miles north of Tampa, Fl Crystal River is the jewel of the Florida Nature Coast. With a population of 3500 this city of hospitality offers "Old Florida" Charm. Crystal clear springs with varieties of both salt water and fresh water creatures attract scuba divers and snorkelers alike. Manatees are common year round and the 72 degree, safe, calm waters make Crystal River the most preferred dive training area in Florida. There are many diveable springs and a 50' cavern at the main spring. NOTE: All Voting is anonymous.

Jan 8, 2009 7 so far

Anyone interested in planning a trip to Summersville Lake, WV

Summersville Lake is the cleanest, clearest freshwater lake east of the Mississippi River according to Skin Diver magazine. It is an oligotrophic lake characterized by steep rocky cliffs that go to about 100 feet below the surface. Scuba divers see huge cliffs, boulders, overhangs, and rock walls. There are swim-throughs and aquatic life including bass, walleye, and catfish to enjoy. Summertime lake visibility is an average 20 to 45 feet depending upon rainfall. Call us for current conditions. The lake is over 300 feet deep at the base of Summersville Dam. Water temperature from June through September runs from 68 to 80+ degrees respectively. Area activities include scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, whitewater rafting, fishing, rock climbing, horseback riding, golf, pontoon boat rentals and jon boat rentals. NOTE: All Voting is anonymous.

Jan 11, 2009 7 so far

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