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  • Vegard Paulsen
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  • Norwegian, dives mostly in Norway, some vacationdiving. a
    Shoots video underwater and wishes for a Video tag in Diveboard, next to the photo dive, on the dive mode page. 
    You can find me on Twitter @vegardpaulsen

Places I've Dived

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  • Dives published:205
  • Total dives count:205
  • Dives this year:0
  • Total underwater time on Diveboard:6 days 18 hrs 30 min
  • Most dives on Diveboard in:
  • Deepest Dive:
    40.2m in Stavneset, Norway
  • Longest Dive:
    81 min in søsterøyene, Sweden
  • Pictures in logbook:212
  • Number of species spotted:29

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    2013-06-01 Norway Blyhella

    Second dive of the day, boatdive at Blyhella, lyngør again. Even warmer today, about 30degrees in the sun, fantastic walldive. One of the best dive experiences ever with the wall, and the canyon. about 20-30meter visibility.

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    2013-07-12 Thailand Ko Tao
    Sail Rock

    Speedboat to Sail rock. Second dive was with hundreds of other liveaboard-divers. There was 8 big boats and 2 speedboats arrived, at the second dives, so it got a bit crowded. Amazing visibility though! Shot wideangle with the gopro 3 black, this time to get some variation on the video.

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    2013-07-11 Thailand Koh Tao

    Discoverydivers speedboat trip to Twins, Koh Tao. Wonderful dive! Shallow reefs and alot of fishes. Shot about an hour of nice video. Visibility was about 20+ meters

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    2013-05-31 Norway Blyhella

    Second dive of the day, in Lyngør. This time with the boat out to a place in open water called Blyhella. Wonderful summerweather, fantastic divespot! Amazing! If you ever get the chance to go to Lyngør, this is the place you need to dive! Large wall underwater, good visibility and a canyon to swim in back. Go diving west from the pole that marks blyhella, for the distance of 30 meters underwater, then follow the wall east until you can swim around the wall and into a canyon and swim the canyon back to the pole going east! Fantastic.

My Certifications

  • PADI Deep Diver (Feb 2014)
  • PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (Mar 2012)
  • PADI Open water diver (Jun 2006)
  • PADI Nitrox (Jun 2006)







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