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Bob Fuqua
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Venice, Florida

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Bob Fuqua

Solo Diver, from Venice, Florida

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  • About

    Venice, Florida
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    Certified in 1977. Several years as a rescue diver with the Laurel, Maryland Volunteer Rescue Squad. Sunday dive captain at National Aquarium in Baltimore for five years. Wreck diving in the Atlantic - North Carolina to New Jersey. Also diving in Cozumel, Hawaii and Keys.
    Certification History:
    Sport and Open Water Certifications in 1977.
    Certification Level:
    Open Water
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Two al 80's, three al 63's, two al 40's, one al 30, one al 19, Phoenix Royal Aqua Master double hose, Mistral double hose, three single hose sets, three air integrated computers, underwater scooter, underwater video setup to view the bottom from my boat. My boat also has a side scan sonar and I also dive from my stand-up paddle board - using the 40 - strap tank/weight belt/etc. to the deck and paddle out.
    Retired engineer - 30+ years with National Security Agency. Now fossil dive off Venice, Florida (my home town) every chance I get. Wrote the book Hunting Fossil Shark Teeth In Venice, Florida.