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Central MA
Firestone store manager

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Dry_Diver was last seen:
Sep 1, 2017
    1. harbuilt
      Bare dry suit is in Salem NH
    2. Jubi
      hi dan its billy i still have your shirt in my truck are we diving this weekend with dave i want to dive sunday if not with dave with someone
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    Central MA
    Firestone store manager
    Certification Agencies:
    Naui, Padi and American Red Cross
    Dive History:
    Almost all of my dives except for my checkout dives have been here in the North East. I did my check out dives at Votex Springs in FL then drove to Epcot and dove the Living Sea. I dive Cape Ann MA and RI just about every weekend through out the summer and into the winter.
    Certification History:
    NAUI Open Water, NAUI Advanced, NAUI Resuce, NAUI Master Diver, Buoyancy, CPR/First Aid, Deep, Dry Suit, Equipment, Hunting, Navigation, Night, Photography, Search/Recovery and
    Certification Level:
    NAUI Master Diver
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    DUI Dry Suit, Atomic B2 Reg, Atmos T3 Computer, Pinnacle wet suit, Halcyon rig, Atomic Split Fins and Arc Mask.
    Hey, what's up. I took my open water class in October of 06. Being that I live in New England, I didn't want to wait to do my open water dives so me and another student in the class flew our instructor to FL and did our check outs there. My first salt water dive was the Living Sea at Epcot Center. I did my advanced in May and then dove my but off all summer. Since then I have logged 250+ dives and counting.

    I am currently part of the Regon 1,2 and 3 APBA (American Power Boat Association) Dive Rescue Team. We travel all over the north east down as far as New Jersey and help keep the racers safe. I dive every chance I get and am open to diving anything. If you are looking for a dive buddy give me a shout. I am available to do local/night dives during the week and can travel after 6pm on Friday. My most recent accomplishment has been completing my NAUI Master Diver certification.


    Dive Safe, Dive Often, See you on the bottom......

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