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Paul from Jackson OH | Scuba Diver

Diving for 6 years. Retire from band directing. Have a great gig diving in the Newport, Ky. Aquarium, Cleaning, Feeding the fish and just being part of the show.


Greg - 5/11/2012 6:13 AM
I would log any dive that is longer than 15mins or if you use up 1500 psi. Except pool dives where you are not doing anything except playing around. But if you are working or training underwater, log it. You can use the log section on divebuddy to keep track of everything if you want to. That way you’ll never loose it and you can access from anywhere.
Divetromboneplayer - 5/11/2012 8:10 AM
Some of the divers that I work with dive every week. They don’t log in the dives because they are shallow 8-10 feet. We do stay under for about 1 - 3 hours cleaning, feeding fish, and playing with the guest. I dive twice a month because I live 2 hours away. I still am unsure about loging in every dive.
UWnewbee - 11/15/2009 9:48 PM