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    I have contacted the webmaster already, but perhaps this is the proper course of action. I attempted to create a link but received an error message.

    I would like to establish a link to the Nautilus website under the rebreather manufacturer categroy. After ten years of development, we have released the Nautilus CCR to the diving community as of July 2008. The Nautilus is an electronically controlled closed circuit rebreather that has been designed and produced to expand the closed circuit market. It is simple to operate, easy to learn, safe to use, and affordable to buy. The Nautilus CCR is dive ready for $5,0000.00 plus $750.00 for training. We are currently certifying through CMAS.

    When I enter the website by name it changes automatically to Rebreather Nautilus CCR Closed Circuit Rebreather but the name is (divenautilus.com). What is the proper course of action to have representation on rebreatherworld.com?

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    Re: Nautilus CCR

    Casey:

    I can't help with your original question, but I wanted to say I enjoyed seeing the Nautilus last month in Mexico. German Yanez showed me his Nautilus when I was in Cozumel last month. It looks great. Congratulations on a nice (and economical) CCR!

    Doug

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    Re: Nautilus CCR

    Quote Originally Posted by cassidy omholt  View Original Post
    I have contacted the webmaster already, but perhaps this is the proper course of action. I attempted to create a link but received an error message.

    I would like to establish a link to the Nautilus website under the rebreather manufacturer categroy. After ten years of development, we have released the Nautilus CCR to the diving community as of July 2008. The Nautilus is an electronically controlled closed circuit rebreather that has been designed and produced to expand the closed circuit market. It is simple to operate, easy to learn, safe to use, and affordable to buy. The Nautilus CCR is dive ready for $5,0000.00 plus $750.00 for training. We are currently certifying through CMAS.

    When I enter the website by name it changes automatically to Rebreather Nautilus CCR Closed Circuit Rebreather but the name is (divenautilus.com). What is the proper course of action to have representation on rebreatherworld.com?

    Best Regards,

    Casey Omholt
    Nautilus CCR
    Operations and Instruction
    Hi Casey, you should also see about getting a Nautilus forum started here on RBW, so we have a place to ask questions about the unit. I don't know exactly what it's involved...

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    Re: Nautilus CCR

    Hi Casey, just tried to place your link and it doesn't work.
    One more thing we need to fix, my apologies.

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