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CaptBill
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Birthday:
Aug 21, 1951 (Age: 68)
Location:
Key West
Occupation:
Repair and Sell Diving Equipment

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CaptBill

Instructor, Scuba, 68, from Key West

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  • About

    Birthday:
    Aug 21, 1951 (Age: 68)
    Location:
    Key West
    Occupation:
    Repair and Sell Diving Equipment
    Gender:
    Male
    eBay User Name:
    Retailscubacom
    Blog / MySpace URL:
    http://www.goscubakeywest.com
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI, TDI, MDEA, IAST
    Dive History:
    Traveled the Florida Keys, Carribean Islands, Mexico, Mauritius Indian Ocean. Great diving most everywhere.
    Certification History:
    I am a PADI MSDT with 19 seperate certifications I'm able to teach. The only ones I don't have are Ice and Drysuit.
    Certification Level:
    Instructor
    # of Logged Dives:
    I'm a Fish!
    Dive Classification:
    Instructor / Assistant Instructor / Dive Master / Dive Con
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    I like to just use the basics. Reg set, BC, and split fins. Except for the fins I use Promate equipment and it breathes better than a lot of "Brand Names"
    Rebreather Experience:
    Since starting my own Scuba Repair business over 10 years ago I've worked on at least a couple thosand regulators. I've been fortunate that I've been able to get factory training in every major manufacturer's equipment, and some smaller ones. My experience has taught me that "Brand Names" are mostly advertising and they sometimes rush to get a product on the market. For my personal use I dive Promate and find it breathes better for me than any of the bigger names.