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rhuntley
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Occupation:
Part Time Dive Shop Employee - Lifeguard/Swim Inst

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rhuntley

Divemaster Candidate, from British Columbia, Canada

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  • About

    Location:
    British Columbia, Canada
    Occupation:
    Part Time Dive Shop Employee - Lifeguard/Swim Inst
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI
    Certification History:
    Core: Open Water, Advanced OW, Rescue Diver, Master Scuba Diver

    Specialties: Nitrox, Deep, Sidemount, Drysuit, Emergency O2, Equipment Specialist, EFR.

    Service: ScubaPro/Subgear Service Technician

    Upcoming: Apeks/Aqualung Service Technician (March)
    Certification Level:
    MSD
    # of Logged Dives:
    I'm a Fish!
    Dive Classification:
    Dive Shop Owner / Employee
    Years Certified:
    Two Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Whites Fusion Bullet, Fusion Thermals, Antares Dry Gloves, red Apeks valves
    2 Faber LP85s
    Light Monkey 21W HID
    Hollis LED5
    Hollis LED6
    Hollis F1s

    Doubles:
    Oxycheq #55 Wing, Hogarthian harness, SS plate

    Sidemount:
    xDeep Stealth 2.0

    Fortunate to have access to a wide range of tanks, regs, etc.
    Rebreather Experience:
    Hey all.

    I'm a strictly cold-water teen diver (I'm afraid if I dive in the tropics, I won't ever be able to dive cold again!), two years ago I was given the amazing opportunity to work part time in the dive industry, and I've been addicted since. Honestly, one of my favourite places to socialize is the dive shop.

    When I'm not there, at the dive shop, or at school, I'm expanding my knowledge of diving on the internet. I'm here on scubaboard to learn, as well as share.

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    Everybody needs a hobby...
    :canada: