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don Francisco
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Feb 23, 2008
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Metro New York
wholesaler of bicycle related aftermarket items

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don Francisco

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  • About

    Metro New York
    wholesaler of bicycle related aftermarket items
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    Mostly Caribbean, first & foremost Cozumel (250+ dives), Playa Del Carmen, Tulum & Xcalak.
    Also Dominica, St. Vincent & Grenadines, Saba, Antigua, BVI, & Grand Cayman. Cold water diving in northeast local waters, Puget Sound & Monterey, CA.
    Certification History:
    Rescue diver, Nitrox. NSS-CDS Cavern, I don't beleive in badges, I take courses to improve my skill set, otherwise it's about learning & growing through experience.
    Certification Level:
    PADI rescue, but god help anyone whose life might depend on me.
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Six - Ten Years
    Dive Equipment:
    I use good quality basic equipment, std. octopus, analog gauges, weight integrated BC, non air-integrated wrist computer. Brands don't matter to me , I buy by fit & function. Other than wetsuits & boots, I'm still using my original equipment.
    Rebreather Experience:
    Did a resort dive in Cozumel in 1999 & was hooked. Got certified the next summer & haven't looked back. One of the nicest things about diving is the lack of telephones. When I dive, I'm totaly focused on the moment, & my environrmnt. Diving & cycling are among the few things left that can be enjoyed free from daily pressures.


    that which doesn't kill me may not make me stronger, but it does make me smarter.