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Sep 28, 2014
Oct 16, 2005
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Olowalu, Maui
dive guide/instruct/photo, pool tech

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Instructor, Scuba, from Olowalu, Maui

MauiScubaSteve was last seen:
Sep 28, 2014
    1. DivemasterDennis
      great photo! Is there an explanation that you care to share???
    2. selytch

      Not sure from your profile if you are still diving or joking, but if you do and take company let me know. I've been on maui for 3 years, many places before that, 200+ dives in various conditions and feel like not doing nearly enough scuba now. You sound like a guy always up for adventure.

      Anyway, email or pm me cnovoselsky@gmail.com

    3. MauiScubaSteve
      Aloha muddiver,

      Looked back through recent posts and couldn't find a reason to dround you; must be ancient history. :D

      Other than shallow solo overheads in normal recreational gear I'm mostly shore photo diving lately, but I could call you a student and get us a boat trip to Molokini for a discounted price.

      Give a shout when your headed this way,
    4. muddiver
      I guess the next time I fly to Maui, I should let you know so you can try and dround me. :D

      No really I would like to dive with a local.
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    Home Page:
    Olowalu, Maui
    dive guide/instruct/photo, pool tech
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    started at age 7 in northern idaho, dad taught me, don't know who taught him. 100+ dives with j-valve, lots of cesa's. finally certified after moving to kauai in '92. prefered free diving until 2000, but couldn't make money freediving. spent 2 months diving key largo to become instructor. first dive job on north shore of oahu, made more money cliff diving. cliff job ended so moved back to maui. after 3 years working out of south maui, now giving lanai/west maui a go.
    Certification History:
    rebreather diver, intro cave diver
    Certification Level:
    IANTD Advanced Nitrox Instructor (inactive), PADI OWSI (active)
    # of Logged Dives:
    I'm a Fish!
    Dive Classification:
    Scuba Industry Professional
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Oceanic EOS/FDX10, swivel 180 alternate, QD inflator hose, 3-gauge analog console
    Oceanic Delta 4/CDX5, swivel 180 alternate, QD inflator hose, 3-gauge analog console
    Sea Quest Balance (Blue!) w/ JUST trim weight pockets
    Sea Quest Spectrum 2 ADV (Blue!) w/ right kidney dump
    Cressi Big Eye masks (black skirt - Blue shark neoprene/velcro strap!)
    Cressi Gara 2000 full foot (Blue blades!)
    Mares Avanti x3 open heel (Blue!)
    Suunto Viper computer (hose mount)
    Pinnacle Merino-Elastiprene 5 mm (hope to dye the gray panels Blue!)
    Aqua Lung 5 mm Aqua Flex (Blue panels!)
    Nocturnal Lights hand mount SLX 800t
    Two Asahi HP120's, One Luxfer AL40
    Three Apollo AV-1 scooters
    Rebreather Experience:
    • Dräger Dolphin
    Diving Rebreathers Since:
    spring '01
    nearly died; on 2 wheels, 4 wheels, hang gliding, rock climbing, shooting rapids, skiing, snowboarding, waterskiing, cliff diving, freediving, but not scuba diving. right.



    Olympus EPL-3 / 10Bar / INON AD's / Ike DS160, QR Arm & EV / Nikonus SB-101 Tray (mod)
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