Pool training

Pool training

Did you know we had a heated pool?

We had a fabulous morning training session in the on-site heated swimming pool.

Today's fun begins with the Discover Scuba Diving Sessions. Check out some of the photos below.

             

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Happy diving,

The Blue Water Diving team

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