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wedivebc
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wedivebc

CCR Instructor, Male, 61, from Vancouver Island

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wedivebc was last seen:
Sep 17, 2018
    1. wedivebc
      wedivebc
      Divers Choice is done for good. O'Brien charters has picked up the slack. I was just out with them today. No hot lunch but its a great boat with a knowledgeable and competent skipper. He's also a CCR trimix diver so he knows tech diving as well. Let me know when you want to come up.
    2. eponym
      eponym
      Dave, Howdy, Happy New Year!
      Do you know whether Ken has resumed operations? I get a non-English site at the divers choice website.
    3. wedivebc
      wedivebc
      If it was in the middle of the ship on the port (lower) side that would be the Jr officers heads. Wouldn't be the first time that seat has seen crabs.
    4. eponym
      eponym
      On a recent Yukon dive penetration I ventured into a side room that turned out be a head. As I contemplated the toilet on the wall in front of me (she's completely over on her side now) I thought, "how appropriate that the toilet should have crabs." Sheep Crabs. Big'uns.
    5. airaslt3
      airaslt3
      I sent a reply a day or two back about the process I went through to get my boat diver certification. They were going to do it for free, but I had to pay for the card from PADI. If you read it you will find that they did quite a few things to teach me about boat diving. I think they did a good job. And again, I did not become rude until I was absolutely certain they were not going to work with me, which I felt was pretty rude on their part. I did that in the same email that I told their GM the point was moot because I refused to dive with them. I still feel that I was simply reporting my trip to a forum where someone may be looking for info on diving on that island. I think that when people read it they put emphasis on words and think that I was angry or think that maybe on trying to hurt the outfit. I wasn't trying to do either. Think of Ben Stiller reading it in the third person.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jan 5, 1957 (Age: 61)
    Location:
    Vancouver Island
    Occupation:
    Marine Engineer
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI,IANTD,TDI,ANDI,PDIC
    Dive History:
    PNW, Atlantic wrecks, Andaman Sea, Gulf of Thailand, Caves of Mexico, Cozumel...
    Certification Level:
    CCR Instructor Trainer Advanced CCR trimix instructor
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Almost always found with a megalodon rebreather strapped to my back.
    Rebreather Type:
    Megalodon
    Rebreather Experience:
    • Dräger Dolphin
    • Inspiration
    • Kiss
    • Megalodon
    • Prism 2
    • Titan
    Diving Rebreathers Since:
    2002
    Retired Navy

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    Cheers,
    Dave...

    www.wedivebc.com
    "How do you know if there are any hornets in the nest unless you whack it once in a while"
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