04/25/2009(Sat) No.3 - Blue Spring[Florida]

Diver : Michael Clay
Dive Master :
Buddy : Class
D.Service :
Weather : Sunny
Temp. : 86 Fahrenheit
Ave.w.temp : 72 Fahrenheit
Min.w.temp : 72 Fahrenheit
Diving Suit : 3/6mm Long
Inner Wear : Rash Guard
Weight : 14 Lbs
Tank Material : Alum. 80
Equipment :
S.I.Time : 00:11:00
Time In : 14:52:42
Time Out : 15:08:12
Dive Time : 00:15:30
Ave.Depth : 41 ft
Max.Depth : 90 ft
Safety Stop.Depth : ft
Safety Stop.Time : min
Tank Capacity : 80 Cu/Ft
Pres. In : 1600 PSI
Pres. Out. : 800 PSI
Air Consum. : 24 PSI
Visibility H. : 60 ft
Visibility V. : 60 ft
Access1 : Shore
Access2 : Spring
Rating : ***
Dive Number : 325
Total Time : 270:26

David wanted to drop to the bottom. He only had about 800PSI left. I figured if we went quickly, it would be fine. I got to the bottom, went down into the dark and noticed that David was not following. I went back and asked if he was OK. He signaled that he was so so, then OK. I showed him my dive computer and started pointing out other things to get his mind off being nervous. I checked his tank pressure and saw that it was below 500PSI. I signaled that it was time to exit. I wanted to show him a swim-through and do a safety stop, so I handed him my regulator. He questioned it, but then took it. We took our time going up, switched regs back and went through the swim-through. Stopped for a safety stop at the tree and went back to air sharing. After the safety stop, he took his reg back and we exited. I exited with about 800PSI, he exited with about 100. :-P But we had a nice relaxing exit. :-)