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  • About

    Winnipeg Manitoba Canada
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    Started diving June 2005 all dives 7mm wet suit only, some no hood or gloves I find them to hot, we're only diving 60-90 ft starting on the May long weekend until Oct/ early Nov most dives in Westhawk Lake, Manitoba
    10 dives in the salt on the south east coast of Newfoundland 7mm hood and gloves a must this time shallow dives only 45-50 feet oh the scallops, no wreck dives yet just a lot of exploring. 07 my wife was certified,( its great having a real close freind as a Dive buddy). We did our first boat dive (08)very nice way to enter the Blue.Summer 09 Did my Century dive in North Atlantic half mile from our summer home. Jan/10 off to dive in Cozumel
    Coz was wonderful thanks to Tory and the boat crew at Pelagic ventures.Our first but not our last we'll be back.
    Aug. 2011 Newfoundland jelly fish dive on the south coast will be one of our best memories.
    Certification History:
    certified: Advanced diver
    Century diver
    deep diving
    stress & rescue
    marine life ID
    Certification Level:
    C card
    # of Logged Dives:
    100 - 199
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Six - Ten Years
    Dive Equipment:
    scuba pro and sherwood blizzard regs
    oceanic veo 250 computer
    swiv console
    oceaner 7mm full wet suit
    oceaner 7mm shorty wet suit that I don't wear!
    blitz Split fins (Not a big fan)
    scuba pro jet fins (my favorite)
    3 UK led lights
    Intova dive camera
    Akona 7m full body
    Rebreather Experience:
    Any Sea Hunt or J Cousteau that was on t.v. was a must see. I started snorkling about age 6 and at age 30 I married and for the next 20 year I talked my wifes ear off about how much I'd like to try Diving. On my Big 50 she signed me up and for the last 5 years I've done as much wet suit diving(Im known as the "Oven" of the lake) as I can in Manitoba lakes and for 3 weeks each summer in the south east coast of Newfoundland


    :goingdown:A good buddy is a life saver
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