I had it easy when I first got serious about diving. I went all out and signed up for a 10-week intensive instructor program. This included all the “core” courses, such as Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Rescue, Divemaster and Instructor, along with five specialties, first aid and CPR. That’s […]Read more ›
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I first got certified when I was fourteen years old. I had always been curious about diving, and when I mentioned it to my parents, they surprised me by signing up our entire family for lessons. Even before I got in the water, I was hooked. I devoured the manual, […]Read more ›
I was talking to Brian about becoming a PADI Professional. He’s been in the dive business for some time and we’ve worked together a great deal over the decades. He’s a great man to bounce ideas off. We were trying to find a succinct way to communicate the value of […]Read more ›
When I touched down on Gili Trawangan in 2013 with the intention to complete my PADI Divemaster, I had a pretty good feeling the next six weeks were going to rock my underwater world. I was right. As an already experienced diver, I knew exactly what I wanted out of […]Read more ›
Are you ready to Go Pro and become a PADI Divemaster? Just imagine the feeling of having divers look to you as their leader and mentor. Trained as dive guides and as certified assistants to PADI Instructors during PADI courses, PADI Divemasters are both. Becoming a PADI Divemaster is often […]Read more ›
If you’re the kind of person who was the teacher’s pet in school, you might wonder what the equivalent is in the scuba world. Besides tipping fairly, there are various other things you can do to warrant being the dive guide’s favorite diver. #1 Appreciate the rental gear. If you’ve booked […]Read more ›