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NZ Don
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New Zealand
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NZ Don

Angel Fish, Male, from New Zealand

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  • About

    New Zealand
    General Manager
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    Molokini Crater (Maui)
    Great Barrier Reef Live-aboard (Australia)
    South Sea Island (Fiji)
    Poor Knights (New Zealand)
    Goat Island (New Zealand)
    HMS Canterbury - wreck (New Zealand)
    The Rainbow Warrior - wreck (New Zealand)
    Cavali Islands (New Zealand)
    Espiritu Santo - President Coolidge and Million Dollar Point (Vanuatu)
    Certification History:
    Advanced Open Water, Enriched Air, Wreck Specialty
    Certification Level:
    AOW, Enriched Air, Wreck Specialty
    # of Logged Dives:
    50 - 99
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Three Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Axiom Integrated BCD, I450 Aqualung dive computer and transmitter, Sherwood SR2 second stage
    I am blessed to have discovered a love of diving at an age and stage in my life where I can travel freely in pursuit of my newly found passion. This is why a large amount of my dive experience to date has been out of New Zealand.

    I am not a hunter/gatherer kind of diver, I like to look and learn and love the solitude and peace of diving.

    This coming summer, I will do a lot more diving in New Zealand as we have some spectacular diving here also, and I'm looking forward to this.