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This profile was last updated on 5/12/15  and contains information from public web pages.


Phone: (978) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Glouchester , Massachusetts , United States
Easy Diver
2 Ocean Ave ( 1 H )
Magnolia , Massachusetts 01930
United States

Company Description: EASY DIVER is a 30' diesel-powered fiberglass charter boat available for scuba dive charters weekends and holidays, operating on Cape Ann in Gloucester and...   more

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Easy Diver: Dive Charter Info, 12 May 2015 [cached]
Captain Fred Calhoun and EASY DIVER crew.
Charters should be arranged and paid for in full in advance by contacting Capt. Fred Calhoun at 978-525-3432 or emailing to Checks payable to Fred Calhoun should be mailed to: 2 Ocean Avenue, Unit #1-H, Gloucester, MA 01930.
CAPTAINS CHOICE : Fred Calhoun's Three Favorite Dive Sites
Easy Diver: Welcome Abroard!, 12 May 2015 [cached]
Captain Fred Calhoun and EASY DIVER crew.
Scuba Dive Charter Info.
Scuba Dive Certification Info.
Fred Calhoun , captain of EASY DIVER, is a noted author, lecturer and scuba diving instructor trainer.
By Captain Fred Calhoun with ..., 1 Aug 2002 [cached]
By Captain Fred Calhoun with Chris Christensen
Captain Fred Calhoun is a registered professional engineer. He has been diving since 1953 during which time he has owned a dive shop, and since 1978, captained the dive boat Easy Rider out of Cape Ann, Massachusetts. Fred began teaching scuba in 1957 and has been a certified instructor for NEC, YMCA, NAUI and PDIC. He is the recipient of the NAUI Outstanding Achievement Award and was one of the original inductees in the NAUI Hall of Honor. He is also the recipient of the SSI Platinum Pro 5000 award and the J.B Green award.
Together with his wife Chris, Fred has made several award-winning underwater films including The Wall (CINE Prize) about diving the Tongue of the Ocean, and Largo (Knights of Malta, Island of Malta Prize) shot off the coast of the Florida Keys.
Hunting New England Shipwrecks, 9 Nov 2001 [cached]
By: Fred Calhoun
Fred Calhoun is the Technical Diving Director for PDIC (Professional Diving Instructors Corporation) and a well-known New England diving instructor, author and charter boat captain.Fred is the author of PDIC's training manuals The Nitrox Manual, and Basic Technical Diving.Both of these books are available from the PDIC Website.
Tech Diving Links• Scuba Diving Explained (Physiological aspects of diving)
MetroWest Dive Club - Meetings, 12 May 2009 [cached]
Fred Calhoun - The Rockport Breakwater
Fred Calhoun - The Rockport Breakwater Fred Calhoun will present a film called "The Rockport Breakwater". The film is about the building, abandonment and subsequent scuba diving on the granite structure two miles from shore off the coast of Rockport, MA. The Rockport Breakwater was produced by Chris and Fred Calhoun.
Prior to the presentation there will be a short description and discussion of the situation in Gloucester having to do with the Diver's Flag Law and how people can be represented by it.
Fred has been an observer and participant in this arena someone has mis-dubbed "the scuba industry" for the last 55 years. Fred began diving while in high school in 1953. With two friends he assembled scuba units from CO2 fire extinguisher "bottles", built "fins" from plywood paddles bolted and taped to low-rise war surplus "sneakers", made "masks" from inner-tube bodies and cut glass ports. His first "professionally assembled" product was a do-it-yourself wet suit kit complete with a sheet of foam neoprene (10' long by 4' wide), a pattern (small-medium-large), and a bottle of glue - all in a box. Whenever we needed something, we built it.
Fred opened a dive shop on Boston's South Shore and began teaching servicemen to scuba dive in the Army/Navy pool on Boston Harbor in 1957. He later sold the store and expanded his scuba school.
Fred wrote The Basic Course for the Underwater Society of America. He became "certified" as a NEC instructor, a YMCA instructor, a NAUI instructor (#380) and PDIC instructor. Fred became NAUI's North Atlantic Manager in 1967 and has been training NAUI instructors since then to the present.
For the last 30 years Fred has been chartering his dive boat EASY DIVER out-of-Gloucester. During this time Fred has written 15 books on scuba diving (available from AQUA-QUEST or NAUI). During that same period Fred has produced and directed 10 underwater films.
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