Gear/Supplies For Sale
Online Museum
Information
Community
Photo Contributions Page 7
From    Vintage    Scuba    Enthusiasts

Jump to Gallery Page:
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9
10
11



If you have photos you would like to share of a dive experience using vintage scuba gear, please attach them in an email and send to dan@vintagescubasupply.com. Photos subject to approval.

Have comments? Like to chat with others about vintage scuba diving? Visit our BULLETIN BOARD!



Ryan Spence
Ryan Spence - Wazee 2006.
-Photo courtesy of Gayle Peterson.

Ryan in the water
Ryan Spence - Wazee 2006.
-Photo courtesy of Gayle Peterson.

Ryan
Ryan Spence - Wazee 2006.
-Photo courtesy of Gayle Peterson.


Dan
Dan Barringer of Vintage Scuba Supply - Wazee 2006.
-Photo courtesy of Bryan Pennington.

Gayle and Mike
Gayle Peterson and Mike Follet - Wazee 2006.
-Photo courtesy of Bryan Pennington.


Jerry Lang
Jerry Lang - Wazee 2006.
-Photo courtesy of Gayle Peterson.

James
James Williams - Wazee 2006.
-Photo courtesy of Gayle Peterson.


Mike
Mike Follet - Wazee 2006.
-Photo courtesy of Gayle Peterson.

Terry
Terry Stevens - Wazee 2006.
-Photo courtesy of Gayle Peterson.

Bryan
Bryan Pennington of Vintage Double Hose - Wazee 2006. -Photo courtesy of Gayle Peterson.

Dave
Dave Krafft - Wazee 2006.
-Photo courtesy of Gayle Peterson.


Jerry Powell
Jerry Powell - Wazee 2006.
-Photo courtesy of Gayle Peterson.


Allan
Allan Klauda - Wazee 2006.
-Photo courtesy of Gayle Peterson.


Mildred Turner, posing with her gear back in 1962. Millie and her husband Gene devote time nowadays to the Lockwood Pioneer Scuba Diving Museum.
-Photo courtesy of Gayle Peterson.

William Pique
William Pique at Weeki Wachee Springs, Florida, 2006. William is diving with his Voit twin tanks, blue Voit 50 Fathom regulator, and Voit Viking fins. -Photo by David Haas.

Cyndy Pique
William's lovely wife, Cyndy, at Weeki Wachee. Cyndy is diving with a 38 c.f. Sportways tank and a Royal AquaMaster regulator. -Photo by David Haas.


The Badersee
Wolfgang Blank
This compelling image, taken by Wolfgang Blank in 1985, shows German author Wolfgang Freihen at Lake Badersee, with his Rolleimarin and one of the first electronic underwater strobes. The bronze lady in front was placed there by King Ludwig II. The Badersee is not far from Neuschwanstein Castle. Ludwig sometimes took his guests in a boat over the maiden. Because the water was very clear, many of them would become frightened upon seeing her. Photo submitted by Franz Rothbrust. Franz also adds that during "vintage" times, young divers had to dive in the Badersee and give the maiden a kiss. Then they could call themselves a "real diver". He kissed her twice. She lays only a few meters below the surface.

Wolfgang Blank in 1959. Wolfgang was one of the very first diving instructors in Germany. In this picture, he is wearing a dry suit and using a Draeger "Leutnant Lund" rebreather.

Stephen Taylor wearing a restored Porpoise Universal and Tony Gregory wearing a restored Porpoise CA, Victoria, Australia. Porpoise scuba was made in Australia and sold as early as 1952. They were the first single hose scuba.


Jump to Gallery Page:
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9
10
11


Back to Vintage Scuba Supply Home