My favourite kit - Paul Rose
Appeared in DIVER October 2010
Pro diver and instructor, polar guide, mountaineer and yacht skipper, author, conservationist, TV personality and public speaker (catch him at Dive 2010 this month) - PAUL ROSE is a man of many parts. A former Base Commander and science-support diver for the British Antarctic Survey, he was awarded HM The Queen's Polar Medal, and the US Polar Medal for work with NASA and the Mars Lander project in Antarctica. The Royal Geographical Society added a Ness Award for "popularisation of geography and the wider understanding of our world". He was diving ops adviser to the RGS Shoals of Capricorn project in the Indian Ocean, ran a US Navy diver training programme and has trained many emergency-response dive teams. TV audiences know him from the BBC's Oceans, and he is now filming a new series on British diving. But what about his kit?
Win a Luxfer pony cylinder
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This month we are asking: Do you hoard old dive gear? Answer yes or no, and feel free to comment.