I have been a full-time commercial diver since 1970, working in operations such as building bridges, breakwaters and discharge outlets, dynamiting, as well as multiple salvaging operations. More than 20,000 underwater hours underpin my love for "underwater exploration". I worked as a professional red coral diver (corallium rubrum). A silent witness of this period is the 1250 gr. branch I still keep as a memory of those wonderful days.
I am the director of the Snorkel Diving Center, the most modern and best-equipped dive center in Europe.
Since the day I first came into contact with a diving helmet, one of my passions has been to collect them and study the history and the person related to each one of them; this mysterious ring with a taste of the sea.
I would like to express my gratitude to all those collaborators from around the world who, with their day-to-day and silent help, have made it possible for me to collect... a little bit of history.
My special gratitude to all those who have, day in and day out, helped and advised me about how to choose and classify the articles I obtained.
My collection would be worthless if it were not for their valuable help. Thank you everybody.
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