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Teresa McKinna
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Location:
Key Largo, Florida
Occupation:
VP/CFO Jules' Undersea Lodge

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Teresa McKinna

Dive Resort, from Key Largo, Florida

Teresa McKinna was last seen:
Aug 3, 2019
    1. Teresa McKinna
      Teresa McKinna
      I have rental regulators at our shop. Parts are no longer available yet they are in good shape and work. If I rent them out are they a liability? Are they obsolete?
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    Location:
    Key Largo, Florida
    Occupation:
    VP/CFO Jules' Undersea Lodge
    Gender:
    Not specified
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI
    Dive History:
    I did my first dive in a huge training tank in Louisiana with my Diver/Welder husband. Got certified in Gulf Breeze, Florida. Been diving in the Keys, Bahamas and Virgin Islands.
    Certification Level:
    Dive Master
    # of Logged Dives:
    50 - 99
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Rebreather Experience:
    Jules' Undersea Lodge is a piece of history, and is operated as a "living museum" from the Golden Age of Diving. Originally designed in the early 1970s by diving pioneer Ian Koblick, it was first deployed as the mobile undersea habitat "La Chalupa" in over one hundred feet of water off the coast of Puerto Rico. It carried a full range of subsea scientific equipment as well as innovations such as mini wet-sub and breakaway decompression chamber escape capsules. The La Chalupa mission was the subject of a half-hour television documentary in 1971, still available on DVD.Jules' Undersea Lodge was refitted and refurbished in the early 1980s as the first true ambient pressure habitat available to the general public. It has operated continuously in Key Largo, Florida for over twenty-five years. It has a perfect safety record, and thousands of satisfied guests who have experienced the wonder and delight of actually eating, sleeping, and living underwater, just as the first "Aquanauts" did in famed habitats like Conshelf, Sealab, and Tektite during the 1960s.Visit us, dive into history and walk in the footsteps of legendary explorers like Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Edwin Link, and Ian Koblick at the one and only, world-famous, Jules' Undersea Lodge.