His first dive was in just 6 feet of water. Since he was so shallow the visibility was not as good. Tommy moved rock and suctioned for over five hours before calling it a day. He said that his lips got really cold, but his body stayed warm in his 7 mm thick wetsuit with warm water pumped through from the heat generated off the engines. By the time they got back to harbor it was nearly midnight.
The second dive was in 16-18 feet of water (deeper on lot 40). Tommy described it as a much clearer dive down deeper, again moving rock and suctioning underneath. All went smoothly until the compressor belt bit the dust, forcing them to call it a day. Fortunately, the new cog driven system has arrived, and will be installed promptly by our crew.
This Goldenrod show is on the road! Here's to your ongoing safety, keeping those 'deep' thoughts always positive, and to a successful clean out Brother!