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Angel Fish, from Iceland

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    Certification Agencies:
    Padi/National search and rescue organization in Iceland
    Dive History:
    Many of my dives are blackwater search and recovery training dives so you could say I know my local harbour bottom pretty darn well. Been all over Iceland. I've only once tried warm water diving, that was in italy and it was totally crappy..... :(

    Hope to go to more tropical locations and dip into the water there.
    Certification History:
    Did Open Water 5 years ago, only did Advanced open roughly a year and a half ago. Public Safety Diver course by my national rescue organization.
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Dive Equipment:
    I love my Interspiro full face mask \o/ Use a membrane drysuit made by Otter in the UK. Sturdy old fashion fins for sturdy divers thats what I say :P

    Never been much of a computer guy.... not even sure what type of computer I have, need to change this tho.

    Nothing but Kevlar lined gloves for this puppy, yeah baby.
    Rebreather Experience:
    25 year old live in Iceland, work as an Emergency medical technician. Interested in everything diving related, search and rescue and EMS.

    Been diving with a local volunteer search and rescue unit, doing search and recovery. Trained by the national SAR organization.

    Hope to dive in warmer waters one day.