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February 22
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LA - North Hollywood
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Solo Diver, Male, from LA - North Hollywood

diverrex was last seen:
Sep 14, 2019
    1. leerose
      I'm still holding on to a free mid-week pass for the Peace that I won at last years Scuba Show in Long Beach. It expires at the end of July.
      I'm looking for someone who can get a Thursday off (or play hookey) in the next couple weeks. I can go 6/18, 6/25 or 7/2. Then I'm out of town for a week.

      Anyone tha's up for it, let me know. I'm a photographer and prefer to go low and slow. June gloom usually means macro photography at least on the first dives.

      Let me know.
      Lee Rose
    2. Eddietours
      Dear Diverrex,

      Hope all is well and things are working fine for you so far for your planned trip to Dominica in mid June 2009. I saw that you were seeking information about weight restrictions when coming into Dominica. For what I (Eddie, I'm at Taxi Operator at the Melville Hall Airport, which is where your flight will be coming into) know, is for the out going passengers which I'm not sure if it's the same for in bound, one is only allowed for checked luggage, 70lbs total, with No piece being more than 50 lbs, and one hand luggage with a maximum weight of 40 lbs. Also please note that your hand luggage should be at a certain dimension. I will check on the dimension and post tomorrow, or you can contact me at eddietours2001@yahoo.com; PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS NOT FOR ADVERTISING PURPOSE BUT JUST FOR ASSISTING A FELLOW DIVER.
    3. SharkMonkey
      Your photos looks like your in Cozumel ??
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  • About

    February 22
    Home Page:
    LA - North Hollywood
    Business management
    Blog / MySpace URL:
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    Catalina/Channel Islands 256 dives;
    So Cal beach dives 31;
    So Cal boat dives 16;
    So Cal oil rigs 12 dives;
    Belize 24 dives;
    Key Largo 11 dives;
    Curacao 14 dives;
    Akumal, MX 8 dives;
    Yucatan cenotes 4 dives;
    Cozumel 27 dives;
    Dominica 18 dives;
    Grand Cayman 13 dives;
    Bonaire 44 dives;
    Jupiter, FL 5 dives
    Saba, 16 dives
    Fiji, 14 dives
    Certification History:
    PADI OW, AOW, Deep, Nitrox, Digital UW Photo;
    Certification Level:
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Six - Ten Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Scubapro MK25/S600
    Halcyon Infinity,
    Atomic Cobalt & Oceanic VT3,
    Atomic frameless mask,
    Scubapro Jet fins
    Canon T21 in a Nauticam housing with 2 Inon Z-240 strobes, Canon 60mm & 100mm macro & Tokina 10 - 17mm WA lens
    DUI FLX Extreme, Henderson Hyperstretch 3mm shorty, 3 mm farmer john & jacket, 3 mm one piece and 7 mm farmer john & jacket
    I try to dive a couple times monthly in California and take one or two tropical trips a year to get to 70+ dives yearly. My favorite local boats are the Great Escape and Peace, and I'm always looking for dive buddies.
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