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Lee Taylor
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Occupation:
Product Design & Engineering

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Lee Taylor

Crusty old diver, Male, from Charleston, South Carolina, United States

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headed to Scuba store to rent tanks May 6, 2016

Lee Taylor was last seen:
Jun 5, 2018
    1. Lee Taylor
      Lee Taylor
      headed to Scuba store to rent tanks
    2. Lee Taylor
      Lee Taylor
      Putting batteries in flashlights
    3. Lee Taylor
      Lee Taylor
      packing scuba gear
    4. Lee Taylor
      Lee Taylor
      Still diving after all these years
    5. Lee Taylor
      Lee Taylor
      Brushing the dust off the old Scuba gear
    6. Lee Taylor
      Lee Taylor
      Cypress Gardens Fossil Show / Saturday, February 18, 2012 / 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
    7. FF93USAFA
      FF93USAFA
      I was just wondering if you had an opinion on this: My job is sending me on a trip to Alabama, so I'll be about the same driving distance to Venice or Charleston. I'm thinking of a weekend dive in the Cooper River or Venice. I've done Venice for several years, and have had luck with Florida West (now Megalodon Charters, same boat, different Capt. Steve), but have been curious about diving the Cooper. How lucky do you need to be to find something in the Cooper? Do you have any recommendations? I appreciate your time and any opinion you could give. Thanks!
    8. Aristakat
      Aristakat
      Lee,
      I just saw this pm, if you ever go on a trip again please let me know I would be intrested in seeing what your rivers our like up there

      thanks
      Jamie
    9. Lee Taylor
      Lee Taylor
      I am talking with a scuba friend of mine that I have been underwater fossil hunting with for many years. He has been doing river charters for at least a dozen years. We are talking about doing some exploratory diving in the Edisto river and/or the Wando river. We will be diving virgin sites and there is a potential for large fossil hauls of all kinds of variety. Viz 3 feet to 8 feet depending on conditions. Depth 15 to 30 feet. These dives will not be for total stranger typical charter business. These dives are by invitation to known, experienced, underwater fossil hunters. Targeting June and July. Let me know.
    10. Lee Taylor
      Lee Taylor
      remembering Boynton Beach Florida
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    http://www.facebook.com/marionleetaylor
    Location:
    Charleston, South Carolina, United States
    Occupation:
    Product Design & Engineering
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    SSI
    Dive History:
    Beaufort NC
    Blue Grotto FL
    Boynton Beach FL
    Carolina Beach NC
    Charleston, SC
    Cooper River, SC
    Devils Den FL
    Edisto River SC
    Fantacy Lake NC
    Gennie Springs FL
    Hutson Grotto FL
    Islamorada FL
    Jacksonville FL
    Jupiter FL
    Key Largo Fl
    Morehead City NC
    Murrels Inlet SC
    North Myrtle Beach SC
    Rainbow River FL
    Tarpon Springs FL
    Troy Springs FL
    Venice FL
    Wando River SC
    West Palm Beach FL
    Wilmington NC
    Certification History:
    Typical training courses
    Certification Level:
    Master Diver
    # of Logged Dives:
    200 - 499
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Aeris Pro Nitrox Computer
    Aeris XR-2 Nitrox Dive Conputer
    Apollo Scooter
    Luxfer Aluminum 80's
    Akona Dive Bag with wheels
    Antique Ikelight 3e
    Antique APS Endeavor 10 Camera
    Aqualung 3mm Jumpsuit
    Aqualung Black Diamond BC
    Aqualung Blades Fins
    Aqualung Legend ACD Regulator
    Cressi Big Eyes Black Skirt Mask
    Dive Rite Canister Light
    Harveys Wetsuit 3mm Farmer John with Coat
    Henderson Boots 5mm
    Ikelight C Cell Lights
    Neosport Wetsuit 5mm Jumpsuit
    Oneil Wetsuit 3mm Farmer John with Coat
    Pony Tanks (30 cube)
    Seadive X-One Black Skirt Antifog Mask
    Sealife 35mm Camera with Strobe
    US Divers Regulators
    Zeagle Ranger BC
    Master Scuba Diver / Fossil Hunter / Product Designer / Inventor with patents

    Started my diving escapades, in 1996, offshore North Carolina, in the Graveyard of the Atlantic. I dove the U-352 German submarine and many more casualties of war and storm.

    I then drifted south and started diving a nitrox mix on the offshore South Carolina Civil War shipwrecks.

    I blended in some offshore southern Florida drift diving, some Venice FL shark tooth diving, and some Florida Keys reef diving.

    Ten years ago I became addicted to fossil diving in Charleston SC. I dive the Cooper, Edisto, and Wando rivers.

    For blue water I dive Charleston, Murrells Inlet, Wilmington, Boynton Beach, Key Largo, and Venice FL
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