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Discussion in 'New Members' started by GarethVH, 3 May 2010.

  1. GarethVH

    GarethVH

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    Hi all.
    I have been looking around for a few weeks now and have finally decided to introduce my self.

    I don't have any Marine tank YET but I am hoping that will change soon...;)
    I have a few Fresh water tank that I have been running for a few years now and I would love to add a Marine tank to my Hobby as well.

    well that all said I am really looking forward to getting all the info and help from this forum. :thumbup:
     
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  3. Ross

    Ross

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    Welcome to MASA. If you love your fresh water tanks, you will really love your Salt water tank.

    It takes a lot longer to get it going and you need a lot more skill and patient but in the long run it is so worth it.
     
  4. marinestig

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    Welcome! Im aslo a new member here. This is a realy good site to get all the info you need to start a marine setup!
     
  5. clinton stanford

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    welcometomasa
     
  6. Singularity

    Singularity Hmmm amper!

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    aha, welcome gareth !
     
  7. Tobes

    Tobes Retired Moderator

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    Hi Gareth, welcome to MASA - glad you joined us. A good starting point for setting up a marine tank is for you to read the link in my signature - you'll find some great info there to do it right the first time ;)
     
  8. Tremayn

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    welcome :) .. yeah marine is just so much more interesting and exciting than freshwater!
     
  9. Keanan

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    Hi and welcome to MASA
     
  10. JAM

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    WELCOME :wave2:
     
  11. Dane

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    Welcome to MASA! :-D
     
  12. PeterL

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    Welcome Gareth, not only will you get all the info on how to get started, but you will find yourself venturing into a whole new world with reef tanks. Once you get started and find out the basics it just goes and goes and goes - the level of information is unlimited on MASA.

    Take one step at a time, crawl, walk, run...do it properly and you will be winning the marathons because you will have learned how to run properly right from the ground roots up:thumbup:
     
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