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PADI, Instructor Development Course (IDC) Staff Instructor




Diving and photography are my passions and I've been lucky enough to be diving since I was 15 years old. Currently I'm a PADI IDC Staff Instructor and have been instructing in the Caribbean, Hawaii, and the South Pacific for 9 years and have a USCG captain's license. I love sharing the underwater world through words and pictures and whenever possible, showing people my favorite dive sites.

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Posted on: June 23, 2017

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Humpbacks of the Silver Bank

Nothing compares to being in the water with a 40 foot humpback whale. These beautiful and graceful animals are nothing short of amazing. The Silver Bank is a winter gathering place for humpbacks and more recently, snorkelers, who come to go eye to eye with one of the largest animals on earth.


Posted on: June 16, 2017

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The SS Thistlegorm

The SS Thistlegorm rests at the bottom of the northern Red Sea. Bombed and sunk during World War II, this ship was first discovered by Jacques Cousteau and then forgotten about till the 1990s. Now it is the Red Sea’s most famous (and most dived) wreck.


Posted on: June 2, 2017

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Puerto Galera Diving

Just south of Manila, Puerto Galera is easy to reach and part of the “Coral Triangle”, which has one of the highest marine biodiversity in the world. Puerto Galera has all the critter finding a muck diver could dream, colorful reefs full of fish, fabulous resorts, great food, and exciting nightlife.


Posted on: April 21, 2017

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The Secret Life of Parrotfish

Loved for their colors and ever-smiling beak, the secret life of parrotfish is more interesting than you'd expect. From females changing their sex and becoming alpha males to their ability to produce a mucus sleeping bag at night to protect them from predators, parrotfish are quite remarkable. You can even thank parrotfish for the sand at your favorite beach.


Posted on: December 23, 2016

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Aktun Ha Cenote

It’s not every day that you find yourself underwater with a crocodile. Yes, I was warned there might be a juvenile croc in the cenote, and that he was diver friendly, but nothing quite gets the heart pumping like finding yourself in a cavern with a croc!


Posted on: November 11, 2016

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Dumaguete

The fantastic diving found off the Dumaguete area of Negros Oriental, Philippines will delight any diver. Macro fans will find fantastic muck diving right offshore, and a shore boat ride to Apo Island nearby provides great wide angle opportunities with fantastic coral and lots of fish.


Posted on: November 4, 2016

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Isla Mujeres Sailfish

Each year, between January and March, sardines congregate off Isla Mujeres, Mexico, attracting the fastest fish ever recorded. Sailfish feed on these bait balls, and divers seek out snorkeling experiences to watch these sleek and elegant fish dart through the water, feasting on sardines.


Posted on: September 9, 2016

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Prinz Eugen - Bismarck Era Ship Wreck Dive, Marshall Islands

Every sunken ship has a story, and that of the Prinz Eugen is especially unique. Starting in the North Atlantic as a German Navy vessel in World War II, it continued on to the Pacific to play a role in the nuclear tests at Bikini Atoll. It capsized in 1946 at Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands, where it now rests for divers to explore.


Posted on: July 22, 2016

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The Amazing Octopus

The octopus is one of our favorite finds on a dive, and is also one of the smartest creatures in the sea. With eight arms, three hearts, and the ability to change color and shape, who can't help but find the octopus amazing? An overview on this charismatic and interesting animal.


Posted on: June 24, 2016

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6 Dive Sites To Add To Your Scuba Bucket List

Scuba diving (as a New Year’s Resolution) coalesces the most common resolutions made each year. But even divers have their own NY resolutions; they can get bored, especially if they’ve been diving the same spots over and over again. A new year calls for adding some new and unique destinations onto your scuba bucket list.


Posted on: September 15, 2014

Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in Brazil

...ine and unspoiled diving throughout Brazil. Beyond diving, the huge country has a lot to offer including an amazing culture, beaches, waterfalls, rainforest, the Pantanal, and the Amazon to explore. Brazil is easy to get to with many flights arriving from around the world. Divers will likely fly ...


Posted on: September 15, 2014

Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in Brazil

...dibranchs the occasional whale. There is also the wreck of the Moreia sitting in 22m that was artificially sank in 1995 to attract fish. There is freshwater cave and cavern diving in Bonito and the entrance to Abismo Anhumas Cave requires the diver to be lowered into the cave by a harness (for adv...


Posted on: September 15, 2014

Part 3: Dive Shops, Airports & Logistics of Diving in Brazil

...SI training and daily boat trips around to the many sites of Fernando de Noronha. With several boats they are the best option for diving Fernando de Noronha. They also offer technical diving training and tech dives. In Ponta Negra, Caju Divers offers PADI classes and daily boat dives to site up t...


Posted on: September 20, 2014

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Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in Chile

...estimate the diving because there are seal and sea lion colonies, dolphins, whales and great visibility. Chile has a desert climate in the north, subtropical in the central, and temperate in the south. The warmer summer months are from December to March, and winter is June to August. The capital,...


Posted on: September 20, 2014

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Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in Chile

...luding Roca Chungungo, a popular dive with a sheer wall and often sea lions and otters. The Maria Elizabeth Wreck was sunk in 1965 and sits from 16-21m, making it a good dive site for beginners and more advanced divers. The Cauldron of Death is a wall dive with a large cave. It’s a more advanced ...


Posted on: September 20, 2014

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Part 3: Dive Shops, Airports & Logistics of Diving in Chile

...ast off Valparaiso. The island of Robinson Crusoe has a few hotels, and the Crusoe Island Lodge offers diving and other activities on the island. Easter Island’s most popular dive shops are Orca Diving Center and Mike Rapu Dive Center. They’ve both been rated highly as some of the best diving ope...


Posted on: September 16, 2014

Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in Costa Rica

...bbean has warm waters and easy, relaxed dives with lots of fish. Some areas (especially in the north) have been decimated by run-off from large banana plantations, but in the south the reefs are colorful and full of fish like much of the rest of the Caribbean. Getting to Costa Rica is very easy wi...


Posted on: September 16, 2014

Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in Costa Rica

...nd Isla Murcierlagos (Bat Islands) which are very popular islands to dive. On the boat rides to these islands there are frequent sightings of dolphins, turtles, and humpback whales from June to October. Dive sites at Isla Catalinas include The Wall, The Point, and Widow Rock. These dive sites are...


Posted on: September 16, 2014

Part 3: Dive Shops, Airports & Logistics of Diving in Costa Rica

...dives to Catalina and Murcielagos. They can set up vacation packages including land tours if requested. Mad About Diving is a PADI 5* Development Center that offers training, boat dives, snorkeling, fishing, surfing, kayaking, and whale and dolphin tours. Cocos Islands Getting to Cocos Islands r...


Posted on: September 7, 2014

Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in Croatia

...months due to warmer temperatures (both above and below water) and the European summer vacation season. The summer months have air temperatures between 17C and 35C and water temperatures up to 27C. Water temperatures can vary depending on depth and close proximity to freshwater spring entrances as...


Posted on: September 7, 2014

Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in Croatia

... the central coast of Croatia are several popular islands to dive. Vis is the largest island and has many underground caves for exploring and several wrecks. Biševo is home to “Blue Cave,” one of the top cave dives in Croatia where divers first enter the cave by boat before descending underwater. ...


Posted on: September 7, 2014

Part 3: Dive Shops, Airports & Logistics of Diving in Croatia

...rs 5* PADI Resort located in Vela Luka, on the island of Korcula. They do instruction from beginner dives through instructor and also take already certified divers on dives to explore Korcula and the other nearby islands. Viking Diving Center in Hvar also does PADI training, has daily boat trip an...


Posted on: January 8, 2016

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Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in Dominican Republic

...ither have their own dive shops on the property or can recommend nearby dive shops.   Spanish is the official language there but English is widely spoken. The currency is the Dominican Peso, but US Dollars and Euros are widely accepted.  Major highways make it easy to get around the island, althoug...


Posted on: January 8, 2016

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Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in Dominican Republic

... of light. South Coast The South coast is loaded with wreck dives.  La Caleta National Underwater Park, a no-fishing zone, holds the Hickory and the Limon, both fantastic wreck dives in recreational diver limits.  There is also the St. George, a ship built in 1962 and abandoned in Santo Domingo ...


Posted on: January 8, 2016

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Part 3: Dive Shops, Airports & Logistics of Diving in Dominican Republic

...ibbean islands and Spain. They offer dive training through PADI, from discover scuba diving to more advanced classes.  Found at Hotel Dreams and Hotel Catalonia, Gri Gri Divers offers diving on the south east coast of the DR.  Gri Gri also offers technical dive training and trips for experienced ca...


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