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Belize / Sun Dancer Ii

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Just returned from a SCUBA trip in Belize on the Sun Dancer II. No problems with gluten whatsoever. The cook, Jerry, had done meals for me on previous trips and did another great job this time as well.

Anyone interested in diving should consider a live-aboard option as opposed to a land-based one.


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