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Intro Capt. Gary Kulisek

Discussion in 'Introductions & Greets' started by garykulisek, Apr 27, 2007.

  1. garykulisek

    garykulisek Captain

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    PROFILE CAPT. GARY KULISEK

    Capt. Kulisek is a consummate dive industry professional with more than three decades of international experience. He began his diving career with surfaced supplied systems and virtually grew up with the advent of scuba. Gary has worked in commercial diving field most notably as a search and recovery specialist having surfaced many types of vessels, aircraft and other large submerged articles. Early in his adventures underwater he began sharing his knowledge and has trained divers at every level from novice to mixed gas instructor. Kulisek is a course director with several international training agencies. During his worldwide experience he has contributed to many resorts assuming responsibilities ranging from boat captain and guide all the way up to general manager. In a constant search for new and exciting dive sites Kulisek continues to lead many exotic wreck diving expeditions to apex wrecks. Due to the many years of diverse corporate and diving experience Gary has been able to provide a wide spectrum of intellectual property. These range from financial planning and marketing to technical advice and expert witness services. Clients range from insurers, governmental agencies, media (print and electronic) and a host of special needs groups.

    He is a professional administrator and entrepreneur with decades of experience in the sports and resort industries, involving large and medium sized organizations. A strong leader, Kulisek is quick to assess and maximize any situation which may arise within the organization whether it concerns market, physical, financial, legal or human elements. He stands for Safety, Integrity, and Knowledge and his record speaks for itself.
    Fluent in many languages, he is an excellent communicator, having trained and directed individuals and groups in sales, marketing, administration and various technical sport activities.

    Alp Maritimes Marine Institute, co-owed with his wife Rosa LeBreton-Kulisek, is a scuba diving training and charter operation offering a customized approach. It offers training and dive trips to all levels from basic diver to mixed gas technical including instructor certification at all levels. Its top-level international staff is drawn from all major training agencies hence can offer certification of the client's choice. Never the less, the overriding training and operational philosophy is one of DOING IT RIGHT, DIR. His program is “Performance Based”, you will pay for your training, but you will earn your certification.

    ALP-MARITIMES MARINE INSTITUTE

    International Diving Institute
    Recreational Courses: Basic to Master Diver
    Professional Development: Dive Master to Instructor Trainer
    Technical Training: Nitrox to Mixed Gas (diver and instructor)
    Expeditions: Wrecks, Caves, Mines and Extreme Diving
    "All Inclusive Packages"
    Equipment; Sales, Rental, and Service
    Agents for: OxyCheq Tech. Equipment & GAP Deco Software
    Air Station offering: Air, Oxygen, and Mixed Gas Fills
    NAUI-PADI-TDI-CMAS-ACUC-FQAS-CSAC-DAN-NSSCDS
    "Universal Referral Program" SSI-PDIC-NASDS-YMCA-IDEA

    Email: info@technicaldivingops.com
    Internet: www.technicaldivingops.com
     
  2. DandyDon

    DandyDon Old men ought to be explorers ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: One kilometer high on the Texas Central Plains
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    I'm sure you can add a lot here...!! :wink:

    If you haven't yet, click Forums above and start going thru the list - looking for those of interest to you, especially your local dive club. Always good to try a Search before starting a new thread, tho :search: - click here for Search help, and be careful about posting Threads & Replies before reading the Sticky threads at the tops of most forums. PM me if I can help you around here..

    :cowboy: don
     
  3. 1_T_Submariner

    1_T_Submariner ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Pontiac, IL
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    Welcome to Scubaboard. With that background it is hard to believe that you are new to scubaboard!
    I'll watch for your posts.
     
  4. suthnbelle

    suthnbelle ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Hood River, Oregon
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    Welcome Capt. Gary! I had the pleasure of meeting you and Rosa at Beneath The Sea in 2006, and also sampling Rosa's punch. :D Glad to see you two joining Scubaboard!

    Mel
     
  5. snepdiver

    snepdiver Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Southeast US
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    Welcome to Scubaboard. Good to have you with us. Enjoy the forum!
     
  6. Jason Ooi

    Jason Ooi Instructor, Scuba

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    Welcome to :sblogo:
    :wave-smil :wave-smil
    :chicken:
     
  7. johnny_bravo

    johnny_bravo Divemaster

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Central Broward
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    Welcome to SB Captain K! I've read all about you I'm sure you will be a huge asset to the board.

    Cheers.

    -J.-
     

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