Flushing’s newest dive spots offer more than the usual diving thrill
Posted October 12, 2018 07:24:30Flushing’s newly reopened and improved diving spots are now accessible to the public.
But what does that mean for the area’s newest and most popular dive spots?
We spoke with the owners of several of the dive spots to find out more.
“We’ve had people come up here and ask us to go in the morning and go back in the evening,” said the owner of Flushing Diving.
“There’s always been a certain number of people that go, so that’s the way we keep the dive going, even though it’s not necessarily the way everyone is going to go.”
The owners of Divers in the Woods, Flushing, were among the first dive companies to open their dive spots.
But they say the divers haven’t had the same type of response as the others.
“I don’t know if people are more excited, I think people are just more excited that it’s open for business,” said owner J.J. De La Cruz.
“The last dive I did, the first thing that I did was get my mask on.
It was just like, ‘Wow, I’ve got this thing that is going in.'”
For many people who visit Flushing to do the dive, it’s an opportunity to see the world and to explore new areas.
Divers in Flushing is a little different.
It’s an indoor dive that includes a variety of divers.
The first dive of the season, for instance, is for $65, and it’s for one person, two divers and a guide.
It is also free to explore.
Some of the other dive spots that are opening this year include Flushing Aquarium, where the only fee is $5.
The dive area has an interactive slide show, plus a free shuttle service to the park and a “fun and educational” water park.
It also has two new dives this year, and both dive sites will be open for the 2018 season.
The only other dive area is the park’s old dive house dive, which is closed.
The water slides are all new.
The new dive areas are not accessible by car.
They are located at the park, on the park grounds, and in the park entrance.
The dive houses are available for hire and are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Divers can also rent the dive rooms for $40 a night.
The parks dive house, which was built in 1952, is accessible to all adults and children, with the exception of the swimming pool, which requires a special permit.
The diving site has a total of three dives and two pools.
There is also a two-story “fish tank” on the bottom of the water.
The pool also has a retractable splash screen that allows people to watch the water flow.
Diving at FlushingDivers also offer a wide range of dive equipment, including a snorkel, a diving helmet, a harness, a life vest and an electric power meter.
Diving at the Flushing Dive is open to all ages, and there are four different dive stations, including one for children and a second for adults.
The underwater view from the dive is also great.
It’s very different than most dive sites, which are generally set in the middle of the ocean.
But for this, it works because there is no water in between the diver and the water below.
“A dive is not about the surface.
It has to be in the depths.
The surface is really just a surface,” said De La Cardenas.”
When you’re diving at Flushed, the water is deep, but you’re not looking down on the water.”
Divers at Flushes dive locations are only open from sunrise to sunset, with only limited times during the day.
The park has a shuttle service between the dive sites and the park.
“It’s just like a dive.
It just has to work.
The diving is amazing,” said J.D. De la Cruz.