Re: Ever built a Hookah?
Another "safety first" whiner. As a master scuba diver for over 20 years, I can't stress enough how easy it is for things to go bad - even when 6 to 8 ft. down. Here in the states a course to get certified is about $300. Worth every penny.
Now that I've gotten that off my chest, I have cleaned the bottom & changed props on a # of 50' boats - including my own. I did find that I used less air in the Bahamas than I do in Maine... I do it with a single 80 tank & have been able to do the whole boat easily with one tank. If your bottom is really bad, the first time might take 2. The idea of a hose getting tangled/caught in something (prop, rudder, whatever) is enough to make me prefer a tank.
"If it ain't broke, you're not trying." - Red Green