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Maritime Jones Act Marine Shipping Diving Equipment Vessel Design Engineering Expert Witness

Provides Opinion & Testimony In:

Marine Diving Consulting, Contracts Engineering, Design Operations Systems, Risk Management, Vessel Brokerage, Staff Placement Diving Shipping Yachting Business Marine Corps General Court Martial Proceedings, Injuries Passengers Sailing Excursion Vessel Due Lightning Strike, Vessel Construction, Diving Equipment Failure, Scuba Tank Explosion, Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Commercial Diving Fatality, Ship Vessel Collisions, Snorkeling Accident, Vessel Operation, Swimming Accident, Air Compressor Negligence Cases, Police Diving Accidents, Vessel Liability Fatality, Diver Abandonment By Vessel, Diving Wrongful Death, High Pressure Filling Hose Rupture, Charter Boating Accidents, Jones Act Seaman Injury, Divemaster Injury, Freediving, Vessel Engineering Defects Construction, Hydro Electric Intakes, Diving Computer Product Liability, Snorkeling, Crew Injury Aboard Cruise Ship, Maritime Injury, Breathing Gas Devices,

Positions

  • President of own company (1971 to present): a marine and diving consulting company. Projects include contracts for engineering, design, operations systems, risk management, vessel brokerage, and staff placement in a wide variety of situations in the diving and shipping/yachting business as well as serving as an expert witness for civil litigations and the U. S. Marine Corps in general court martial proceedings.
  • Underwater photography for illustrative, advertising, promotion, scientific, military, government agencies, commercial diving, and survey applications. Samples of published articles and photographic work available. Company originally formed in the U.S.Virgin Islands in 1971; currently based in British Virgin Islands since 1988.
  • Publisher and Editor of Fathoms (2001-2005), Scuba Times (1992-1999), and DeepTech (1996-1999) magazines. (Sold in 2005 and 1999)
  • Senior Editor Emeritus for Diving Adventure magazine (2005 to 2009)
  • Contributing Editor for Diver (2005 to present), Journal of Diving History (2007-present), Tech Diving Magazine (2010 to present), Unterwasser (1994 to present), Fifty Fathoms (2012 to present),and Undercurrent (1980 to present).
  • Seminar and lecture presentations throughout U.S. and internationally. Expert witness appearances in over 340 cases since 1973 for plaintiff and defense litigation. References available. (see attached Legal Case File List)
  • Founder and President of International Training Inc. (d/b/a/ Technical Diving International (TDI), Scuba Diving International (SDI), and Emergency Response Diving International (ERDI), diving certification agencies), headquartered in Topsham, Maine with offices in Canada, England, Australia, South Africa, Egypt, Hong Kong, Korea, Israel, Sweden, Italy, France, Spain, Taiwan, Switzerland, Japan, Norway, Thailand, Germany, Indonesia, Costa Rica, Brazil, and Singapore. Founded company in 1994, sold in Feb. 2004.
  • President and CEO of DiveSafe Insurance Inc., specialty medical program for divers, corporation formed 2000. Sold Feb. 2004.
  • President of G2 Publishing Inc., publishers of Fathoms magazine, established 2001, sold May 2005

Other Past Positions:

  • Contract consultant to UWATEC USA Inc., manufacturer of precision diving instruments, gauges, computers and rebreather systems 1994-2000.
    Vice President and CEO 1996-1998. Instrumental in taking company public for $44 million dollars U.S. in 1997.
  • Publisher of Deep Tech Journal magazine (1996-99) devoted to technical diving exploration and expedition editorial themes. Sold company to Petersen Publishing December 1998.
  • Chairman of the Board of Directors: National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI) 1994-95, an international dive training certification agency, headquartered in Montclair, California. Restored firm to profitability, increased domestic and international sales, introduced 15 new color texts, video, and CD-ROM products. Elected to two successive four-year terms to Board of Directors by NAUI membership, 1992-2000. Also served continuing role as Vice Chairman. Retired 1998.
  • Senior Editor: Rodale’s Scuba Diving magazine 1992-1995, 1999-2001
  • 1994: Editor & Contract photographer for Mosby-Lifeline as part of $3.5 million dollar contract to produce educational video and textbooks for diving instruction. Managed all phases of project from conception to location shooting and final edit including book layouts. Shot primary still photography for all texts including stills for video package. Coordinated all talent, models, production and film crews on locations in Florida, Caribbean and California. Client: National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI)
  • Contract Photographer: Provided all photography for two inter-active computer-based training CD-ROM format diver education series for Top Hook Inc.: 100,000 total units in both entry and advanced curricula. Contact value for Top Hook Inc.: $750,000.00
  • 1991-96: Five book projects under contract for Watersport Publishing, NAEMT, and GBP Publishing Inc.
  • Editor of Advanced Diving Journal and Scuba Times magazines
  • Technical Editor for Rodale’s Scuba Diving magazine
  • Contributing editor/feature writer: Sub Aqua Journal, Discover Diving, Sources, IANTD Journal, Scuba Times, Sport Diver, Ocean, Sea, Undercurrent, In Depth, AquaCorps, Aquanaut, Deep Tech, Diver, Aquanaut, Yam (Sea), Dive USA, Fish Eye, Outside, Wired
  • 1990-1992: President of SEA VENTURES LTD.: Retained to develop operations and business plans for foreign investor group to form new dive/cruise shipping company with 250-foot vessel to accommodate 60 to 80 passengers in Caribbean. Prepared all original business offerings, conducted ship selection search and surveys, designed all national test marketing and advertising including all photography, and coordinated investment development funds. Had full authority and discretion with regard to all investor relations and funds disbursement. Handled all relationships and liaison with foreign government officials for ship visitation, berthing, crewing, and agency affairs.
  • 1990: Corporate Manager/CEO and Master of 142 foot $14.5 million motor yacht P’zzaz. Provided all crew positions and management of vessel during extended renovation and refit in south Florida shipyard. Redesigned three phase electrical distribution load centers, marine electronics package, overhaul of main diesel engines and generators, reverse osmosis plants, refitting of stabilizers, extensive air conditioning and refrigeration modifications, interior redecoration and setting up vessel for prolonged European cruising and Atlantic crossing. Following re-fit, operated vessel throughout southern Florida, the Bahamas and delivered to Bermuda at conclusion of contract. Vessel selected in 1990 as one of the “Top Ten Luxury Yachts In the World”.
  • 1987 to 1990: Vice President of Diving and Marine Operations: OCEAN QUEST INTERNATIONAL as member of Senior Executive Staff. Initial projects included consulting on acquisition of 500-foot 18,000 ton cruise ship and its five-month extensive refit and modification in Singapore shipyard. Vessel Ocean Spirit was designed as the world’s only dive/cruise ship to enter the recreational market offering sport diving for up to 360 passengers in the western Caribbean routes including the ports of Cozumel & Cancun, Mexico; Turneffe & Lighthouse Reef Atolls in Belize; and Roatan & Guanaja in the Bay Islands of Honduras. Annual sales approximately $22 million. Preliminary projects included the design and construction of a high speed, high volume compressed air filling system with the capacity to fill up to 1000 scuba cylinders per hour, design and construction of ten 32-foot custom fiberglass diesel dive boats to be deployed from the ship (with built-in tank filling manifolds); consultation on design of rolling gantry crane constructed to launch and recover the dive boats, hire and train the diving operations and medical staff, senior officers and department heads and coordinate crew services with Norwegian placement firm. Total crew, officer and senior staff complement: 212 persons. Passenger capacity: 360+ persons.
  • Wrote all operations and safety manuals, developed the training programs for ship’s staff and crew; and designed and refitted a multi-place multi-lock recompression chamber facility for installation aboard ship. Provided all photographic work for company’s national advertising and marketing campaigns; provided photographic exhibits for ship interior decor and giant photo-murals as primary art in public rooms and salons.
  • Served as senior officer aboard Ocean Spirit and directly supervised all staff including diving operations and recompression chamber/medical facilities. In addition to regular bridge and maneuvering duties as Senior Officer, was actively involved with all phases of the diving program including captaining different dive boats, serving as the recompression chamber treatment Supervisor, averaging over 600-900 dives personally yearly, providing all passenger diving lectures for orientations and safety procedures. Developed the first scuba certification programs in Accident Management and Recompression Chamber Operations for sport divers; and implemented the first Dive Computer certification program. In the first year of operation, the combined diving of passengers and staff produced 77,680 dives. This was the largest sport diving operation in the world. Company sold for $26 million September 1990.
  • 1985-1987: Master during exploration voyages aboard private yacht Encore following sale of V. I. Divers Ltd. Atlantic coast of U. S. from Maine to Florida, Bahamas, Turks & Caicos Islands, Caribbean Islands, Central and South America.
  • 1977-1985: Founder and President of AMF Yacht Charters, luxury motor yacht fleet charters in Caribbean, Bahamas, Meditearranen, and New England. Fleet included 13 vessels ranging from 110-feet to 380-feet. Sold company 1985
  • 1973-1985: Founder and President of V. I. Divers Ltd., St. Croix, U. S. Virgin Islands. Dive resort, retail center, dive vessel fleet operation, commercial diving division, scientific diving support for research and saturation diving projects, film industry support division for television, movie, and documentary location productions, publishing division, forensic accident consultant for diving/vessel/watersports incidents for V. I. Territorial Court and Federal Court, expert witness in civil and criminal litigation. Sold company 1985.
  • 1971-present: Founder and President of Ocean Tech, consulting company with contracts for scientific, commercial, military, yachting/shipping, and sport diving clients worldwide.
  • 1971-1972: Manager of Diving Division for Sport and Commercial Diving for Virgin Islands Industrial Gases (VIGAS), St. Croix
  • 1971: Diving Supervisor for Vocaline Air Sea Technology (VAST Inc.) with contracts to U. S. Navy for filming projects with fast attack Navy submarine projects, Caribbean. Ship service aboard Vast Explorer and AVR-3241 along with assignments to Navy vessels. Top Secret security clearances. Developed and implemented special procedures for deep untethered divers, early nitrox usage, and accelerated decompression techniques.

U.S. LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS

  • U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Marine Officer’s License as Master
    (includes endorsements for Steam, Motor, and Auxiliary Sail as well as Passenger Trade). This License will cover 40 years of continuous service until 8th issuance.
  • Homeland Security/TWIC security credentials issued as Maritime Officer
  • Additional Licenses: (Unlimited tonnage and Ocean Master licenses from Bahamas, Panama, and Liberia, non-current since retirement)
  • TWIC credentials (security clearance ID), Dept. of Homeland Security
  • Pilot, single engine aircraft
  • Submersible pilot, Perry and Kittredge vessels to 3000 fsw depth

Scuba Instructor/Technical/Medical Credentials:

  • Technical Diving International (TDI)
  • Scuba Diving International (SDI)
  • Emergency Response Diving International ( ERDI)
    (all highest levels for above agencies, Founder& Lifetime Member)
  • National Association of Underwater Instructors (Instructor Trainer)(NAUI)
  • Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI)
  • National Association of Scuba Diving Schools (NASDS)
  • Undersea Photographers Instructor Association (UPIA)
  • American Nitrox Divers Inc. (ANDI)
  • Professional Diving Instructors Corporation (PDIC)
  • International Association of Nitrox & Technical Divers (IANTD)
  • Technical Deep Air , Trimix (IANTD)
  • Visual Inspector of Scuba Cylinders (NAUI)
  • Hyperbarics International, Recompression Chamber Supervisor
  • Emergency Oxygen Administration/Field Management of Diving Accidents
    (Int’l Board of Underwater Medicine)
  • Diver Medical Technician Instructor Trainer through:
  • Int’l Board of Underwater Medicine IBUM
  • Emergency Medical Field Supervisor IBUM, ISAM, APCA
  • (Int’l Board of Underwater Medicine, International Society of Aquatic Medicine, American Professional Captain’s Ass’n)

Affiliations and Memberships:

  • National Association of Diver Medical Technicians Charter Member
  • Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society
  • American Academy of Underwater Sciences
  • South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society
  • American Professional Captain’s Association Charter Member
  • DAN (Divers Alert Network)
  • International Society of Aquatic Medicine Lifetime Member
  • The Explorers Club National Fellow
  • Academy of Underwater Arts & Sciences Fellow
  • The Diving Equipment and Marketing Association (DEMA) Charter Member
  • International Board of Underwater Medicine Charter Member
  • The Boston Sea Rovers
  • Historical Diving Society Lifetime Member
  • National Geographic Society
  • Academy of Marine Sciences & Undersea Research Who’s Who Citation
  • Academy of Underwater Arts & Sciences NOGI Recipient

PROFESSIONAL BOARD POSITIONS

  • President and Board Chairman: Ocean Tech, 1971-present
  • President and Board Chairman: The Diving Legacy Foundation, 2006 to present
  • Founder, President and CEO: International Training Inc. (TDI, SDI, ERDI) 1994-2004
  • Founder, President and CEO: DiveSafe Inc. 2000 to 2004
  • Founder, President and CEO: G2 Publishing Inc./Fathoms Magazine 2000 to 2005
  • Vice President and CEO: UWATEC USA INC. 1996-99
  • Founder, President: Tech Publishing Inc. 1996-99
  • Member of the Board of Advisors to Rodale’s SCUBA DIVING magazine 1992-2001
  • Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI) 1994-95, two-term Board Member 1992-2000;
  • (Vice Chairman 1992-94, 1996-97)
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Nitrox and Technical Divers (IANTD): Vice President 1991-1994
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the International Underwater Foundation 1992-95
  • Vice President, CEO & Director of Ship Operations: Ocean Quest Int’l 1988-1990
  • Founder, President and CEO: V. I. Divers Ltd., 1973-1985
  • Founder, President and CEO: AMF Yacht Charters Ltd., 1977-1985
  • Founder and Chairman, Diving Legacy Foundation, 2005 to present
  • Board of Advisors, Historical Diving Society (Asia), 2014 to present

SYMPOSIA PRESENTATIONS

  • Florida Academy of Trial Lawyers Conference
  • International Conference on Underwater Education
  • American Academy of Underwater Sciences Conference
  • Our World Underwater
  • Beneath The Seas
  • International Underwater Film Festival
  • Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society Scientific Conference
  • Duke University Conference on Multi-Day Repetitive Diving sponsored by DAN, AAUS, NOAA, IDC
  • The Boston Sea Rovers
  • Underwater Canada
  • Sea Space
  • International Society of Aquatic Medicine Conference
  • Australian Technical Diving Conference
  • DAN Conference on Diving Computers
  • DAN Conference on Nitrox Diving
  • Unterwasser Diving Conference (Germany)
  • YAM (Sea) Diving Conference (Israel)
  • Diving Equipment & Marketing Association (DEMA)
  • DAN Diving Fatality Conference
  • Academy of Underwater Arts & Sciences
  • London International Dive Show
  • Technical Diving Conference
  • AquaCorps TEK
  • Scuba Diving Resource Group Conference
  • International Training Leadership Conference (TDI & SDI)
  • Virgin Islands Civil Defense/Ocean Search & Rescue
  • National Park Service/Franchise Watersports Standards & Procedures
  • Upper Midwest Scuba & Adventure Show
  • Israel Diving Safety Conference
  • Santa Barbara Underwater Film Festival
  • Tabernacle Theater Speakers Forum Series, Martha’s Vineyard
  • Academy of Underwater Arts & Sciences

Frequently published author and photographer with work appearing in most diving media and international magazines with diving/underwater themes including the following:

  • SKINDIVER
  • OCEANS
  • UNDERSEA JOURNAL
  • SPORTDIVER
  • NAUI NEWS
  • SOURCES
  • TIME
  • LIFE
  • SEA FRONTIERS
  • BVI ISLANDER
  • SKY
  • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
  • VIRGIN ISLANDER
  • DISCOVER DIVING
  • TRAVEL WEEKLY
  • VOGUE
  • OUTSIDE
  • PLAYBOY
  • SCUBA TIMES
  • FISHEYE VIEW
  • SEA SECRETS
  • AQUANAUT (Germany)
  • MARIAH
  • ADVENTURE TRAVEL
  • PACIFIC DIVER
  • CRUISE MAGAZINE
  • TIME-LIFE BOOKS
  • GEO
  • NEW YORK TIMES
  • LE PLONGEE (France)
  • UNDERCURRENT
  • WOMEN’S HEALTH & FITNESS
  • ADVANCED DIVER JOURNAL
  • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
  • OCEAN (Germany)
  • DEEP TECH JOURNAL
  • POPULAR SCIENCE
  • POPULAR MECHANICS
  • RESPONSE
  • NAUTICA (Brazil)
  • IMMERSED
  • DIVER (Australia)
  • TIMES-MIRROR PUBLISHING
  • DIVE TRAVEL
  • DIVE REPORT
  • DIVER (Canada)
  • YAM (Israel)
  • ASIAN DIVER
  • FATHOMS
  • DIVERS
  • SOUTH PACIFIC UNDERSEA MEDICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL (Australia)
  • THE ROBB REPORT
  • NEW ZEALAND DIVER (New Zealand)
  • AARP, The Magazine
  • MAINE BOATS & HARBORS
  • DIVING ADVENTURE
  • DIVER (Canada)
  • UNTERWASSER (Germany)
  • SEA
  • PANACHE PARTNERS
  • NORTH ROAD RECORDS
  • NAUTICA
  • DOWNEAST
  • JOURNAL OF DIVING HISTORY
  • DIVING & HYPERBARIC MEDICINE JOURNAL
  • DIVERS ALERT NETWORK (DAN)
  • AMERICAN ACADEMY OF U/W SCIENCE
  • TECH DIVING MAGAZINE (Egypt)
  • OCEAN GEOGRAPHIC (Asia)
  • WATERSPORTS PUBLISHING
  • BLANCPAIN FIFTY FATHOMS BOOK SERIES

Regular contributor to technical and medical professional publications on subjects of diving instructional technique, protocols for accident management, research in computer and dive table comparisons, deep diving and inert gas narcosis, shipping operations, technical equipment data, and training methodology. Over 100 magazine cover shots as photographer. Author or contributor to 68 books and technical manuals; 1200+ published articles.

POSITIONS IN PUBLISHING:

Past Contributing Editor to

  • SCUBA TIMES, DISCOVER DIVING
  • TECHNICAL DIVER
  • AQUA-CORPS
  • RODALE’S SCUBA DIVING
  • OCEAN
  • SEA
  • IANTD JOURNAL
  • SPORT DIVER
  • SOURCES
  • DEEP TECH
  • SUB-AQUA JOURNAL

FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECTS

Primary and support systems with wide variety of film productions& photo work:

  • COLUMBIA PICTURES
  • PARAMOUNT
  • COUSTEAU FILMS
  • HOME BOX OFFICE
  • CINEMAX
  • WARNER BROTHERS
  • SEA-CAM FILMS
  • AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL
  • TRAVEL CHANNEL
  • DISCOVERY
  • EYE ON L.A.
  • LIFESTYLES OF RICH & FAMOUS
  • TODAY
  • GOOD MORNING AMERICA
  • PLAYBOY CHANNEL
  • NBC
  • GOOD DAY
  • CBS
  • DAVID LETTERMAN
  • ABC
  • MOSBY-LIFELINE (Times Mirror)
  • LIGHTSHIP FILM AND VIDEO
  • RED SEA FILM PRODUCTIONS
  • INTERNATIONAL TRAINING
  • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC EXPLORER
  • BBC
  • NAUTICA CLOTHING
  • AL GIDDINGS/OCEAN IMAGES
  • R.E.M. FILMS
  • ECLIPSE TV PRODUCTIONS
  • U.S. Virgin Islands Dept. of Tourism
  • Bermuda Dept. of Tourism
  • GREENGAGE ADVERTISING
  • THE TONIGHT SHOW
  • ENCORE PRODUCTIONS
  • OCEAN QUEST
  • NORTH ROAD
  • AUSTIN MUSIC ARTISTS
  • TAWALI RESORT (Papua New Guinea)
  • BILIKIKI (Solomon Islands)
  • DIVE DAMAI (Indonesia)
  • TRUK ODYSSEY (Micronesia)
  • PETER HUGHES DIVING
  • SEA HUNTER FLEET (Costa Rica)
  • FATHOMS MAGAZINE
  • DIVING ADVENTURE
  • INTO THE DEEP
  • WRECK DIVING EXPLORATION
  • BENEATH THE SEA
  • BOSTON SEA ROVERS
  • OUR WORLD UNDERWATER
  • SEA SPACE
  • VIRGIN ISLANDS BAR ASSOCIATION
  • V.I. CHARTER YACHT ASSOCIATION
  • GREENGAGE ASSOCIATES
  • ISLANDS FILM CO.
  • BLANCPAIN FIFTY FATHOMS
  • BOOKS 1991-2019

Expert Witness and Litigation Consultant

Air compressor negligence case/carbon monoxide, Tampa, Florida
Attempt to trademark the word “nitrox”, Mexico
Boating injury to passenger, U.S. Virgin Islands
Business defamation and financial loss
Charter boating accident to passenger, Hawaii
Commercial diver injury, New Orleans, LA
Commercial diving company injury, Dallas,TX
Commercial diving fatality, Alaska
Commercial diving fatality, Tampa, Florida
Commercial diving injury, New Orleans
Commercial divingi injury from improper decompression in saturation, New Orleans, LA
Crew injury aboard cruise ship, Honolulu, Hawaii
Dive accident, Hawaii
Dive accident/vessel operation, Florida
Dive fatality, Maryland
Dive passenger vessel injury, West Palm Beach, Florida
Diver abandonment by vessel, Los Angeles, California
Diver death/Carbon Monoxide poisoning, St. Thomas, USVI
Diver fatality in training, Ft. Lauderdale
Diver fatality when trapped underwater in hydro-electric intake
Diver fatality, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands
Diving accident on commercial project, Hawaii
Diving accident on guided tour, St. Croix, USVI
Diving accident, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Diving accident, Arizona
Diving accident, Austin, Texas
Diving accident, California
Diving accident, Canada
Diving accident, Florida
Diving accident, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Diving accident, Hawaii
Diving accident, Minnesota
Diving accident, New Jersey
Diving accident, St. Thomas, USVI
Diving accident, Tampa, FL
Diving accident, Texas
Diving accident, West Palm Beach, FL
Diving accident/vessel operation, Hawaii
Diving accident/vessel operation, St. Croix, USVI
Diving accident/vessel operation, St. Thomas, USVI
Diving accident/vessel operation, Toronto, Canada
Diving computer product liability allegations, Washington
Diving DCS injury on film project in Rangiroa Atoll, French Polynesia, (venue Oakland, CA)
Diving death in Greece on deep shipwreck (venue Portland, ME)
Diving death, California
Diving death, Florida
Diving death, Grand Cayman (Florida venue)
Diving double accident with alleged DCS, Los Angeles
Diving fatality during instruction, Ft. Lauderdale
Diving fatality during resort intro training, Barbados
Diving fatality in California
Diving fatality in initial open water training
Diving fatality in PADI DSD training, Utah
Diving fatality in training on deep submerged wreck
Diving fatality in training, Kenai, Alaska
Diving fatality on boat charter, Hawaii
Diving fatality on cave dive, Florida
Diving fatality on commercial pond cleaning project, Columbus, OH
Diving fatality on deep shipwreck, Houston, TX
Diving fatality Singapore
Diving fatality venue: Alabama
Diving fatality while working underwater cleaning yacht, Palm Beach, FL (venue:Palm Beach County, FL)
Diving fatality, Australia
Diving fatality, Bahamas (venue: Cleveland, OH)
Diving fatality, Belize
Diving fatality, Bimini, Bahamas (venue: Miami, FL)
Diving fatality, Florida
Diving fatality, Florida Keys
Diving fatality, Ft. Lauderdale
Diving fatality, Ginnie Springs, FL
Diving fatality, Guanaja, Honduras (Ft. Lauderdale venue)
Diving fatality, Hawaii
Diving fatality, Key West, FL
Diving fatality, Los Angeles
Diving fatality, Miami, FL
Diving fatality, Miani, FL
Diving fatality, Monterey, CA
Diving fatality, New York
Diving fatality, Pensacola, FL
Diving fatality, Portland, OR
Diving fatality, Redondo Beach, CA
Diving fatality, San Diego, CA
Diving fatality, Seattle, WA
Diving fatality, Singapore venue: Florida
Diving fatality, venue Portland, ME
Diving fatality, Washington and Hawaii
Diving fatality/equipment failure, Ft. Lauderdale
Diving fatality/equipment failure, St. Thomas, USVI
Diving injury in vessel sinking, Florida
Diving injury, Bay Islands of Honduras
Diving injury, England (U.K.)
Diving injury, Galapagos Islands
Diving injury, Hawaii
Diving injury, West Palm Beach, FL
Diving injury/near drowning/prolonged coma, Spokane, WA
Diving training fatality, Spokane, WA
Diving vessel crew/divemaster injury, Wilmington, North Carolina
Diving wrongful death, Alabama
Diving wrongful death, Florida
Diving wrongful death, Hawaii
Diving wrongful death, Illinois
Diving wrongful death, Los Angeles, California
Diving wrongful death, Petawawa, Canada
Diving wrongful death/equipment liability, Illinois
Diving wrongful death/equipment, Texas
Diving wrongful death/vessel operation, Ecuador (venue New Orleans)
Double diving fatality Monterey, CA
Dual injuries to divers on boat charter in Tavenier, FL (venue Key West)
Equipment accident, Illinois
Freediving fatality, Hawaii
H. P. Filling hose rupture, injury, Hawaii
Injuries to passengers on sailing excursion vessel due to lightning strike
Injury aboard sailing excursion vessel, fractures broken ankle, Hawaii
Injury due to tank explosion/fire, Austin, TX
Injury to cruise ship passenger on launch, Dominican Republic
Injury to passenger aboard cruise ship
Injury to seaman, Singapore
Injury to seamsn, St. Thomas, USVI
Injury to ship crew/seaman, Singapore (venue Louisiana)
Injury to technician due to breathing gas device explosion, New Orleans
Jones Act seaman injury, Hawaii
Maritime accident, St. Thomas venue: St. Thomas, USVI
Maritime injury to passenger, St. Thomas, USVI
Maritime injury to seaman , training exercise Singapore (venue: Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
Maritime injury, accident site: Singapore venue: Louisiana
Military court martial/dive fatality, U.S. Marine Corps court martial trial proceedings, Okinawa, Japan
Passenger injury aboard excursion vessel in Hawaii
Passenger injury on boat charter, St. Thomas, USVI
Passenger injury on ship, Roatan, Honduras (Oregon venue)
Passenger vessel fatality, British Virgin Islands (venue St. Thomas, USVI)
Passenger vessel injury, British Virgin Islands (venue St. Thomas, USVI)
Personal injury, vessel crewmember, Hawaii
Police diving accident, New York
Private vessel injury, St. Thomas, USVI
Product failure claim, Chicago, IL
Scuba diving injury, boat ran over diver Maldives (venue Los Angeles)
Scubapro: scuba tank explosion, St. Croix, USVI
Ship and vessel collision, St. Thomas, USVI
Ship collision, St. Thomas, USVI
Snorkeling accident/vessel operation, St. Croix, USVI
Snorkeling accident/vessel operation, St. Thomas, USVI
Snorkeling fatality, Key West, FL
Snorkeling fatality, Key West, FL (Ft. Jefferson National Park)
Snorkeling fatality, Molokini Crater, Hawaii
Snorkeling fatality, Na Pali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii
Snorkeling fatality, St. John, USVI: venue St. Thomas and Miami, FL
Snorkeling injury, Key West, FL
Swimming accident, St. Thomas, USVI
Swimming fatality, St. Thomas venue: Miami, Florida
Swimming fatality, St. Thomas venue: St. Thomas, USVI
Twin diving fatality/vessel operation, Cocos Island, Costa Rica, venued in New Orleans
Vessel collision, St. Kitts
Vessel collision, Texas
Vessel construction failure, St. Croix, USVI
Vessel engineering defect in construction, Honolulu, HI
Vessel liability fatality, Hawaii

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