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Newest Members of International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame Named


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The latest members of The International Scuba Diving Hall Of Fame have been named.

The newest inductees to be welcomed into the hall of fame were inducted at a gala dinner in the Cayman Islands, and are: 

– Stephen Frink.
– Dick Rutkowski.
– H.S. Batuna.
– Wulf H. Koehler.
– Boris Porotov.

In addition to international inductees, The Cayman Islands Ministry of Tourism honoured three local inductees: Wayne Hasson, Daniel Tibbetts and Darryl Bud Walton Jr.

Captain Philippe Tailliez was awarded The Early Pioneer Award for his lifetime of contribution to the scuba diving industry.

Members inducted into the The International Scuba Diving Hall Of Fame are usually divers, pioneers, promoters and protectors of the environment.

Discover more about the latest members here.
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