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Chesterfield NH suspension bridge
New England Aquarium
Isle Of Shoals-Seal Dive
The Chester Poling- Wreck Dive
Nubble Light House
- York Maine
Rockport Massachusetts
Halfway Rock - Boat Dive
Connecticut River
Lake Winnipesaukee
Sunapee Lake- Sunapee N.H.
Ice Diving
Artifacts found diving

My Web Pages

Paramount's Kings Dominion
Paramount's Kings Island
Busch Gardens - Williamsburg, VA
Canobie Lake Park
Six Flags Great Adventure- Jackson N.J.
Great Escape- Lake George N.Y.
Six Flags America
Hershey Park
Funtown-Saco Maine
Lake Compounce-Bristol Connecticut
Whalom Park
Mountain Park
New England Scuba Diving

Web page mantained by
Bob Cornellier
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Bob Cornellier.

New England Diving can offer some of the harshest envirements a diver can encounter. Water temperatures can range from high 20's to high 70's. Lakes, Rivers, and Atlantic Ocean are warm during the Summer months. Due to cold water temperatures a dry suit, or a thick wet suit are needed. New England has a lot to offer-Wreck Diving, Cave Diving, Ice Diving, deep Lakes, deep rivers, and the Atlantic Ocean. Greater diving can be obtained through local dive clubs such as Monadnock Divers Club based in Keene New Hampshire. M.D.C. organizes dive trips, dive vacations, and dive events. Dive clubs offer diving to all levels of diving from beginners to tech diving.

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