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Antarctic-Adventurer
Last Activity:
Nov 5, 2019
Joined:
Jan 25, 2007
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Gender:
Male
Location:
From the UK but currently living in Japan
Occupation:
Astrophysicist

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Antarctic-Adventurer

Divemaster, Male, from From the UK but currently living in Japan

Antarctic-Adventurer was last seen:
Nov 5, 2019
    1. Tomeck
      Tomeck
      Good question, Antarctica is a very isolated continent, there are no ground network and no direct communication, one feels that one is very far away from the other continents as one is on another planet.
    2. Antarctic-Adventurer
      Antarctic-Adventurer
      not yet, but planning a trip there for the next Antarctic summer... Can't wait! Maybe the Vinson Massif
    3. Tomeck
      Tomeck
      Have you already been in Antarctica?
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    From the UK but currently living in Japan
    Occupation:
    Astrophysicist
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI
    Dive History:
    Most of my diving has been in the Komodo National Park, Indonesia and in the Philippines. Greatest bio-diversity on the planet. Have also dived in Sulawesi, Japan, Thailand, New Zealand, British Columbia & Guam but have yet to brave the waters of my own country!
    Certification History:
    PADI OW
    PADI AOW
    PADI Rescue Diver
    PADI Divemaster
    PADI Specialties:
    Enriched Air Diver
    Drysuit Diver
    Certification Level:
    PADI Divemaster
    # of Logged Dives:
    200 - 499
    Dive Classification:
    Instructor / Assistant Instructor / Dive Master / Dive Con
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years

    Signature

    "Diving air to 100 feet, or 130 or 150 or even 190 is not automatically the action of a staggering slob out in search of the wah-wahs."
    - Thalassamania