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About me ~ PADI Instructor.... I will start by saying I don't think this wreck is for divers who aren't adept at properly weighting themselves and/or don't have great buoyancy control and/or can't compensate once they realize they aren't weighted heavy enough. This has NO bearing on the Scuba World shop or staff - just a note for people looking for a place to dive while in Brisbane. This is not 'advanced' for wrecks, but, it's not beginner, either. Due to the currents on the way down and as we worked our way back up along the ship on our dive, I felt needed more weight than usual, so, I adjusted on the second dive (just food for thought...as I've used the exact same weight for 3 years now). That said, this WOULD be a great shop & site for Wreck Certification due to the open penetration points, as well as a wonderful staff --- who I think would make the course enjoyable, safe and leave you feeling comfortable on future wreck dives. The Brisbane itself is in wonderful shape, easily navigated and full of life. We saw everything from schools of angels to rockfish to a lovely (HUGE!) ray swaying with us on our first safety stop. She came within touching distance as I was on the line and just hung out for a minute or two. The staff are ALL so kind, helpful and knowledgable about the wreck and their boat/equipment, they'll put you right at ease. I have my own gear, but, everything I saw of those renting looked either new or very well kept. Yummy snacks between dives, a thorough brief on the boat and the dive itself, basically - exactly what you want from a dive shop and it's crew. :) Side note - spend some time wandering around the shops at the Wharf. There are some great finds! And the chai tea in the Cargo Shack - is *real* and REALLY good.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
I can't figure out the people complaining? 302's food is INCREDIBLE (TX Walker, OMG! Yes!) and I never have anything but the friendliest service - whether it's staff or the actual owners. Easy going atmosphere and an awesome patio to relax on. Plus, always changing beer (minus the 'usual suspects), so, that's a whole new kind of fun! Even the bathrooms are always clean. If I *had* to complain about something.... there's no dessert. But, hey, get an Amber or Stout and call it good. :P Seriously, though....even something simple - cheesecake? Key Lime Pie? Pecan Pie - I mean - we *are* in GA. Ok, maybe that's unfair since those are my two favorite pies. So, that wasn't actually serious? Because, honestly, their apps and entrees are so good and filling - you likely won't even want dessert. I'm just the gluttonous type. ;) Keep it up, y'all!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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The hot stone massage was very pleasant, as was the masseuse. She listened attentively and went easy as I figured out if I was ok post shoulder surgery for massage. She also dug in a little deeper when I asked after figuring out I was ok and the softer massage just wasn't loosening me up. However, if the staff/owners are reading this - when I called to make the appointment I specifically mentioned I was using a gift certificate and wanted to know if the Hot Stone was an option. I was told yes and an appointment was booked - that was it. After my massage, however, I was charged $17 because it was an upgraded/speciality massage and not a 'signature' massage. (I would've though hot stone fell under 'signature'). I don't know that I would've gone the hot stone route if I had known it would be more - this should have been mentioned (the additional cost) when I BOOKED the appointment and/or when I was checking in - not after the fact. It feels like a strange bait-and-switch. That being said - all of the staff was very friendly, the atmosphere is very spa-like with appropriate decor, beverages (tea/coffee) and general quiet feel. Additionally, they have a hair salon and makeup salon with Bare Minerals (the brand I use). I can't comment on makeup or hair services, however, as I was only there for a massage.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago