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An '''underwater cache''' is a cache where the container is completely submerged under water. Most require either swimming or boating to the cache site. Underwater caches may range from just a few feet underwater to deep enough that full SCUBA gear is required to reach it.
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An '''underwater cache''' is a cache where the container is completely submerged under water. Most require either swimming or boating to the cache site. Underwater caches may range from just a few feet underwater to deep enough that full [[scuba]] gear is required to reach it.
  
 
An underwater cache differs from a [[hydrocache]] in that the cache is underwater, whereas a hydrocache is typically on land that must be accessed by crossing water.
 
An underwater cache differs from a [[hydrocache]] in that the cache is underwater, whereas a hydrocache is typically on land that must be accessed by crossing water.

Latest revision as of 02:52, 23 January 2007

An underwater cache is a cache where the container is completely submerged under water. Most require either swimming or boating to the cache site. Underwater caches may range from just a few feet underwater to deep enough that full scuba gear is required to reach it.

An underwater cache differs from a hydrocache in that the cache is underwater, whereas a hydrocache is typically on land that must be accessed by crossing water.

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