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TheWetRookie
Last Activity:
Aug 26, 2018
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Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Occupation:
Confidential but legal :)

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TheWetRookie

Divemaster, from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

TheWetRookie was last seen:
Aug 26, 2018
    1. Turbosab
    2. ChuckFontaine
      ChuckFontaine
      Thank you for your help wet rookie it has been quite appreciated looking forward to chat again with you it just take time with me...........................cd 37
    3. sharky0610
      sharky0610
      The last time I geared up like that Rookie, I was off the beach of California, with a 10 mm putting myself in the food chain off the coast of Monterey and be very very cold. Dry suits were not really out there back when I first started so that dive was an awakening experience!!!LOL When your ready for some warmer weather diving come on down and we will show you the 3 mm way to dive, leave the weights at home. LOL Hope all is well and thanks for dropping in.

      Sharky0610
    4. Jendra
      Jendra
      There once was a diver named wet
      He dives in water where you don’t sweat
      He started saying sweet dreams
      Which has now turned into a routine
      I hope he will never forget
    5. Jendra
      Jendra
      Happy Birthday!!! :)
    6. marena
      marena
      Nice chattin with you the other night. I am tryin to figure out how to get my pic on my profile, but will get there. We had a great dive at the local quarry, visibility was over 30 feet this last weekend, and I used a hood and a 3 mm suit and was great!!!! temps were in the 60s. CHat sometime when u can.
      Rena
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  • About

    Location:
    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
    Occupation:
    Confidential but legal :)
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    Padi & UTD
    Certification History:
    No badges needed, just let me dive.
    Certification Level:
    DM & Tech 2
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Technical Diver
    Years Certified:
    Six - Ten Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Apeks SS B/P with Apeks 45lb wing,
    Twin HP120s, Apeks XTX-50s regs, White Fusion Tech dry suit, AL80 Stages, ALS40 Decos
    Turtle fins and Aladin Tec 2G Computer, 21w Light Monkey can light.
    Rebreather Experience:
    I started diving in 2006, since then I have found it very exiting. Where I am in the lower west coast of British Columbia, Howe Sound, there is lots to see and explore. The water may be cold, the gear may be heavy, but the diving is worth all the effort. No mater what depth I am at, I am always surprised at what I find and where. I average anywhere between 100-150 dives a year.

    After a while I found myself pushing the NDL limits and made the choice to go down the tech road and learn how to do deco and such. While I do not tech dive that often due to the cost of it, it has strengthened me in my diving and opened a whole new world of exploration to me. And of course ya got to love the helium :)

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    Buddy diving is only as good & safe as your buddy is. But before you point the finger at your buddy, take a look at yourself first and ask the question, "am I a good buddy"?

    TheWetRookie
    AKA Mike
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