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SafetyStopBait
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Birthday:
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Location:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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SafetyStopBait

Angel Fish, from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

SafetyStopBait was last seen:
Nov 12, 2014
    1. PhillyDave
      PhillyDave
      Mike,
      I saw an old message about Philly dive clubs. We are bringing back the Philadelphia Sea Horses this summer. Check us out at Scubadelphia.com Thanks! Dave
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    Birthday:
    December 2
    Location:
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
    Occupation:
    Attorney
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI and NAUI
    Dive History:
    Cape Town, South Africa
    Protea Banks, South Africa (shark safari)
    Tofu, Mozambique
    Grand Cayman
    Venezuela
    Roatan
    Certification History:
    Basic Naui
    Advanced Padi
    Rescue PADI
    Certification Level:
    PADI Rescue (but rescue skills out of practice)
    # of Logged Dives:
    50 - 99
    Dive Classification:
    Vacation Diver
    Years Certified:
    Six - Ten Years
    Rebreather Experience:
    Starting diving in 2000 but got hooked in 2003 diving in Cape Town, South Africa and Tofu, Mozambique. Realized one dream when I jumped in a steel tank and peered into the eyes of an inquisitive White Shark in Gansbaii, South Africa. I've followed that dream on to become a shark diver. My trip to Mozambique was to swim with the great Whale Sharks. My only moment of panic underwater was when a Whale Shark was swimming at and through my dive group on a safety stop. He was approaching on our plane and I saw his mouth (closed) as wide as my arms length in between two of my dive buddies. They were both looking at me and didn't see the Whale Shark. I FLIPPED OUT!... My eyes were as big as my mask and I started beating my hand against my forehead in the familiar sign for Shark. Experience still blows my mind away years later.