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JDostal
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JDostal

Divemaster, from Wisconsin

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  • About

    Location:
    Wisconsin
    Occupation:
    Infrastructure Design/Systems Engineering
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI, NSS/CDS, IANTD, TDI
    Dive History:
    Cave diving in Mexico, Missouri & Florida. No mount cave diving in Wisconsin (and regular cave diving), great lakes shipwrecks, ocean reefs, midwestern quarries and rivers and lakes. Deep trimix in the great lakes. Rebreather diving in everything.
    Certification History:
    PADI DM, IANTD Full Cave & Sidemount/Nomount Cave, TDI Advanced Trimix, KISS Classic CCR Mix
    Certification Level:
    IANTD Sidemount/Nomount Cave Diver/KISS CCR Mix
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Technical Diver
    Years Certified:
    Six - Ten Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Depends on the dive. Backmounted singles/doubles, hogarthian config. Sidemount setup w/ 104's and a converted Zeagle Ranger for harness/buoyancy. Rebreather with sidemounted bailout.
    Rebreather Type:
    KISS
    Rebreather Experience:
    • Kiss
    Diving Rebreathers Since:
    2010
    A computer geek with a diving addiction.

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