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Seaweed Doc
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May 25, 2019 at 9:59 AM
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Location:
Seattle, Washington State, USA
Occupation:
Biology Professor

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Seaweed Doc

Divemaster, Male, 52, from Seattle, Washington State, USA

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jul 12, 1966 (Age: 52)
    Home Page:
    http://spu.edu/depts/biology/blakely/director/
    Location:
    Seattle, Washington State, USA
    Occupation:
    Biology Professor
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    YMCA (openwater), NAUI (advanced), PADI (rescue)
    Dive History:
    I'm a marine botanist (seagrasses and seaweeds) so most of my diving has been in the shallow muddy spots in San Juan County, Washington. I dive a bit around Seattle. Every other year (since 1993) I take students to Belize. I've done a bit of diving while teaching and vacationing on Maui as well.
    Certification History:
    YMCA (yeah, they certified divers back in the day) Openwater in 1985
    NAUI Advanced Open Water in 2001
    PADI Rescue Diver in 2001
    PADI Nitrox in 2018
    PADI Divemaster in 2018
    Certification Level:
    Divemaster
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Dork Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Standard compressed air gear. I do use a steel 120 tank to make sure I have a "reserve" when diving with students.