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Old November 11th, 2005, 03:02 PM
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Default SNUBA (not Scuba) thru HAL

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To anyone who has done SNUBA thru HAL, did you have to fill out a health form? I have atrial fib and am hoping to get an 'OK' note from my cardiologist's office. Thanks for any help!
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Old November 26th, 2005, 12:47 PM
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Hello,

To anyone who has done SNUBA thru HAL, did you have to fill out a health form? I have atrial fib and am hoping to get an 'OK' note from my cardiologist's office. Thanks for any help!

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Old November 26th, 2005, 06:16 PM
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SNUBA is a combination of snorkelling and scuba, without wearing the heavy equipment, like the tanks, that are used in suba.

Check this out http://www.snubakauai.com/
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Old November 26th, 2005, 06:18 PM
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To anyone who has done SNUBA thru HAL, did you have to fill out a health form? I have atrial fib and am hoping to get an 'OK' note from my cardiologist's office. Thanks for any help!
I really don't know, but if you have atrial fib, I would think you would need to sign a release form. Best to check with your cardiologist.
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Thank you, DeeDee. Happily, my cardiologist gave me a note saying it's fine to snuba or snorkel down to 25' (and, snuba is only 20' at the max)
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Thank you, DeeDee. Happily, my cardiologist gave me a note saying it's fine to snuba or snorkel down to 25' (and, snuba is only 20' at the max)
That's super - have a great time.
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