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Ankush Mittal
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I wish I was a Dive Master!

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Ankush Mittal

Addicted to Diving!, Male, 31, from New Delhi, India

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Addicted to Diving! Jun 6, 2017

Ankush Mittal was last seen:
Aug 22, 2017 at 1:43 PM
    1. Ankush Mittal
      Ankush Mittal
      Addicted to Diving!
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Feb 2, 1986 (Age: 31)
    Home Page:
    http://scubacircle.com
    Location:
    New Delhi, India
    Occupation:
    I wish I was a Dive Master!
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    NAUI / PADI
    Dive History:
    Though I got my NAUI Advanced Certification about 10 years back, did not have the opportunity to be diving often enough. I have ensured that over the last 3 years, I include as many fun dives as possible and even got my PADI Rescue Certification. One of the best experiences ever. My love for Scuba increases daily and reading more about diving every day just makes me a better and more well-prepared diver.
    Certification History:
    NAUI Open Water 2006, USA
    NAUI Advanced 2007, USA
    PADI Rescue 2014, Koh Samui, Thailand (The Dive Academy)
    Certification Level:
    PADI Rescue Diver
    # of Logged Dives:
    50 - 99
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Six - Ten Years
    Dive Equipment:
    I believe that the Dive Equipment is your only lifeline second only to your ability to remain calm in any situation that may arise. Hence, without spending an arm and leg one should buy they best they can afford to ensure optimum safety.

    BCD - Aqualung Axiom
    REG - Scubapro MK25 Evo / S620Ti / R 195 Octo
    SPG - Scubapro
    FINS - Scubapro Jetfins (OMG best thing ever!) & Aquatic Atomic Split Fins (Smoke)
    MASK - I forgot lol

    I always carry a CPR Rescue Pocket Mask.

    I got recently introduced to Rashgaurds and it really streamlined my dive and optimized my Buoyancy, would highly recommend it.
    I love the technical aspect of Scuba Diving. Being in the underwater environment to me is pure bliss.

    My aim is now to get as many fun dives as possible and after another 100 dives or so to start my journey to a tech diver. Time to work towards Master Diver until then.

    "SCUBA diving is sensual. To breathe underwater is one of the most fascinating and peculiar sensations imaginable. Breathing becomes a rhythmic melody of inhalations and exhalations. The cracks and pops of fish and crustaceans harmonize with the rhythmic chiming of the bubbles as you exhale. Soon, lungs act as bellows, controlling your buoyancy as you achieve weightlessness. And, as in your dreams, you are flying. Combine these otherworldly stimuli and you surrender completely to the sanctuary of the underwater world." ~ Tec Clark

    "Scuba diving without any training is tantamount to playing Russian roulette with a loaded revolver." ~ Robert F. Burgess

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    How I wish I could just open my own little dive shop in a small corner of the world and dive every day while meeting new people, imparting the knowledge of Scuba on to the world.

    "Scuba diving without any training is tantamount to playing Russian roulette with a loaded revolver." ~ Robert F. Burgess