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Blair Mott
Jul 23, 2007
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Santa Barbara , California
Chief Diver / Marine Technician

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Blair Mott

Dive Equipment Manufacturer, Male, from Santa Barbara , California

    1. thiskatloveswater
      Im a size 11 womens so im usually between an 8.5 and a 9 mens, which is between sizes for the Force fin pro. Im looking into a pair of large force fins, could I get away with a L with an insert?

      Also, would I have to go all the way up to an XL with hard soled booties or could i get away with the L w/o the insert?
    2. meesier42
      need you to delete a couple of post off the FF thread again. someone is posting trying to sell some other crap on the FF board
    3. imott
      I'm glad we have the same name, people can find you and try to find out what happened in the St. Lawrence River.
    4. sambolino44
      Hey, I just watched a video with you in it! It was a National Geographic/OFS/Cousteau thing my wife got from the library; I forget the title. I saw your name in the credits, but never could make out which one was you. Anyway, it was good to watch. We've been diving just about every week since my wife got certified, and it's still not enough. I sure wish we could experience some of the things you get to see. I guess it's all about priorities. The more I dive, the more that equation changes. We saw a harbor seal up close last weekend. How can you get across to someone who's never dived what it's like? I think you're doing a better job of that than I am. Keep it up. Cheers, Sam
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  • About

    Santa Barbara , California
    Chief Diver / Marine Technician
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    From the Amazon River to the Arctic, West Indies to the South Pacific. Worked as the Chief Diver for Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society on numerous different projects. ADCI certified through the Marine Tech department at the Santa Barbara City College 1994. North Atlantic Marine Ops experience 2 1/2 years Keiko Project.
    Certification History:
    Certified in 1981, 1st Instructor rating 1989 NAUI #12014. Currently TDI Instructor #7684 Nitrox, Advanced Nitrox, Draeger SCR, Decompression Procedures, Extended Range, Inspiration CCR, IANTD Instructor#4168 Advanced EANx, Inspiration CCR
    Certification Level:
    CCR Instructor
    Dive Classification:
    Technical Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Force Fins - OPS, Excellerators, Pros, Kirby Morgan SuperMask & MOD-1 ( M-48s )..... As a expedition chief diving officer it was my job to choose equipment appropriate for the dive. The above are the most consistently used.
    Rebreather Experience:
    • Dräger Dolphin
    • Evolution
    • Inspiration
    • Prism 2
    Diving Rebreathers Since:
    SCR 97


    Blair Mott
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