Kirill Egorov

Kirill Egorov graduated from Moscow State Pedagogical University as a teacher of Physics in 1999 and attended a course of archaeology at Moscow State University. These two specialties allowed him to participate in multiple scientific research programs, including an archaeological and textile research project at the Moscow Kremlin Museums and Viking Age textile research at the Russian Natural and Historical Heritage Institute. After his first try-dive in 2000, Kirill was totally amazed with the underwater world, and made it his hobby first, and a profession later. He became a PADI recreational and technical instructor in 2003-2004 and joined GUE in 2005. Since that moment he has concentrated on two main passions: diving and teaching diving. Kirill is currently teaching for GUE at Cave 3 and Tech 3 and CCR 2 levels and is a GUE Director of training. He resides in High Springs, Florida which allows him to cave dive as much as possible while pursuing a new hobby, underwater photography. Over the years, he took part in a number of diving projects:

Sailing ship “Agnes Blaikie”, Crimea, Ukraine, 2004, USS Perry, Palau, 2010-2011, USS Atlanta, Solomon Islands, 2011, Mars the Magnificent, Sweden, 2015-2016, 2018-2019. Cave project Morpheus, Croatia, 2014-2015-2016, Project Baseline, Bahamas, 2014, Project Baseline Mediterranean, 2014 ,GUE/NOAA project “Battle for Atlantic” 2016, Karst Underwater Research 2015-Present, Wrecks of the North Red Sea – 2018-2019, Battle of Egadi – 2017, MCEP/CINDAQ – 2021, 2022, Mato Grosso, Brasil – 2022, Dolina Pai Joao, Brazil – 2023

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