Greg Delker, like many divers, became interested in scuba watching Jacques Cousteau and reruns of Sea Hunt on TV as a kid. He began diving while a student at Penn State University earning degrees in Biology, Secondary Education and Psychology. His association with Rich and Sunken Treasure started in the mid 1980’s, earning a Master Scuba Diver rating in 1986. Realizing he wanted to continue diving as a professional, Greg became a Dive Master, then an Open Water Instructor in 1987. Teaching nearly 20 specialty courses and the full line of Emergency First Response CPR and First Aid courses, Greg has been a Master Scuba Diver Trainer since 1992.
     Pursuing a career in sales and marketing, Greg worked in at the computer and medical/pharmaceutical industries. In addition to scuba, his interest in fly fishing led to him working with a local store as a guide, teaching fly tying and fishing classes, and building custom fly rods. It is not unusual to find Greg either fishing or diving in a local stream. Enjoying most outdoor activities, Greg camps, mountain bikes, and kayaks. Want to go diving or nearly anything else outdoors? Just contact Greg and he’ll be glad to go along or point you in the right direction.
 

Gear of Choice

Recreational Gear:
BC: Zeagle Concept II
Regulator: Hollis DC1 with 212 second stage
Computer: Oceanic Atom 3.1
Fins: Force Fin Pro or Tan Delta
Henderson wetsuit/exposure protection 

Instructional Gear:
BC: Zeagle Stiletto
Regulator: Zeagle Envoy
Dacor fins (Yes I said Dacor!)
Henderson wet suits/exposure protection 

Tech/Sidemount Gear:
BC: Hollis D3
Regulators: Hollis DC1’s with 212 second stages
Computer: Oceanic Atom 3.1
Gauges: Hollis Compact pressure gauge
Fins: Force Fin Tan Delta
Henderson wet suits/exposure protection

Ask me about:  Food and cuisine, Fly fishing, Kayaking (sit on tops) or Aquatic insects  

Favorite dive site: Anywhere! Especially night dives.

Specialty: Identifying and teaching about aquatic life

Favorite quote:  “From birth, man carries the weight of gravity on his shoulders. He is bolted to earth. But man has only to sink beneath the surface and he is free.” Jacques Cousteau