Diver Exploits: Training in South Africa, Brian Sets His Sights Internationally

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In 2011 when I was in grade 10, I was doing my technical subject in the workshops at school. I was in the mechanical class doing some saw cutting and welding on metal pipes. My teacher and I were discussing about my future life, so he began briefing me about a field called underwater welding … Read more Diver Exploits: Training in South Africa, Brian Sets His Sights Internationally

Diver Exploits: Training Surprises & the Power of Unions

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I’ve been interested in diving and construction from a young age. Back when I was 14, my first scuba diving experience was a five-minute crash course in a pool, and then an hour dive looking at fish in their natural habitat. That’s what got me hooked; I loved the exploration of a world I’d never … Read more Diver Exploits: Training Surprises & the Power of Unions

Diver Exploits: Policing the Depths

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I started diving back in 1973 when I received my open water certification. I was number 619 from NAUI and my instructor, Ed Young, was number 501. Back in those days we still used double hosed regs, and I still have a love for them today. Wild West of Diving: My Inspiration It might sound … Read more Diver Exploits: Policing the Depths

Diver Exploits: From Front Lines to Commercial Diver

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You can’t climb a ladder with your hands in your pockets. I’ve lived by that phrase, even with the you’ll-never-make-it sentiments I’ve received from others who I told about my plans to become a commercial diver. In the Service: Veteran of the Air I am an ex-servicemen from 16 Air Assault Brigade Colchester, and I’ve … Read more Diver Exploits: From Front Lines to Commercial Diver

Diver Exploits: Canadian Army Vet Digs Archaeology and Shooting Pictures Underwater

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Diving is a passion for me. Whether it’s work related or recreational, I love it. My first non-recreational diving course was at Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre (BMSC) in 2010, in beautiful Bamfield, British Columbia. I completed the Canadian Association for Underwater Science (CAUS) scientific diver level one course here. It was a blast, and I … Read more Diver Exploits: Canadian Army Vet Digs Archaeology and Shooting Pictures Underwater