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Lukas Ircha
Last Activity:
Aug 13, 2018
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Gender:
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Birthday:
Jun 8, 1975 (Age: 45)
Location:
Vancouver BC
Occupation:
exterior building maintenance

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Lukas Ircha

Registered, Male, 45, from Vancouver BC

Diving in Taj ma Ha cente north of Akumal in fresh water / sea water cavern. Amazing diving. See my pics on facebook. Feb 10, 2017

Lukas Ircha was last seen:
Aug 13, 2018
    1. Lukas Ircha
      Lukas Ircha
      Diving in Taj ma Ha cente north of Akumal in fresh water / sea water cavern. Amazing diving. See my pics on facebook.
    2. Lukas Ircha
      Lukas Ircha
      Single and Looking 4 an Athletic health conscious girlfriend.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jun 8, 1975 (Age: 45)
    Location:
    Vancouver BC
    Occupation:
    exterior building maintenance
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    Naui and Padi
    Dive History:
    At 14 and 10 months I took the 2 month Naui Course in 1995 in New Brunswick as I wanted to dive and be a certified diver around my 15th birthday. Soon after that we moved to Vancouver to the pacific coast and I did most of my dives there including the Advanced and Rescue courses. I have about 300 to 400 dives total. I do a lot of freediving or breath hold diving. I did about 4 days of diving on a live aboard in Australia on the great barrier reef from Cairns. It was a nice experience I think I did about 10 to 12 dives there which were nice. Now I am skipping winter on the Cancun coast of Mexico and I am enjoying few dozens of dives so far in Cenotes and also in the ocean. I don't know if you are like this, but the short 45 minute dives here on the coast rarely satisfy me. The only way to do it is to do at least 2 or 3 of them or just go freediving for 4 hours which does the trick. I like being in water always have.
    Certification History:
    1995 Open water Naui 2 month course
    Around 1998 Advanced Padi
    2001 Rescue course with Medic, Padi
    2017 Nitrox course
    Certification Level:
    Rescue diver
    # of Logged Dives:
    200 - 499
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Well I like mid grade affordable new ish mares gear. I got the prestige reg set with x15 first stage new two months old for the cavern dives and deep dives and for peace of mind. BCD is new also from Mares. Quality fins and Cressi Masks. Nothing special just mid grade good working gear that I am meticulous about rinsing, drying and maintaining.
    I like doing certain so called extreme sports like paragliding off and on when I make time, scuba diving, freediving, and cliff diving in canyon. I have been doing at least one of these over the past 22 years and I try to keep high precision to my gear, my wellness and technique. I also enjoy gardening and chilling out at the lake or beach with a friend or two or making camp meals on wood flame.
    I also studied non mainstream health for 13 years.

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