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  1. Being a Scuba Instructor – Where to Get Trained

    These are exciting times. For whatever reason, you have decided to change your life and become a scuba instructor. When I was in the same situation, I remember yo-yoing from feelings of elation to outright panic, so many things to think about and so many unknown possibilities. You have pictured what it would be like to get paid to do something you love and now you are going to make the dream a reality. You’re probably aware by now that you are going to need a lot of money, and that’s just one thing ...
  2. Crowley's Blog - Living the Dream, Part 3 - The End of the World As We Know It

    The decision to leave was easy – getting there wasn’t.

    Although the spark was firmly kindled during the drunken conversation with my instructor, towards the latter part of that holiday I had already been entertaining the concept of taking a Divemaster course in Sharm, but one other conversation had also stuck in my head. Earlier in the evening, in the Camel Bar, another instructor who had been one of my guides during that vacation had talked about the IDC (Instructor Development Course) ...
  3. New York Divers: CCR demo day May 24th at Dutch Springs

    Join Becky to spend $75 and find out what it's like to dive silently:
    Meg Tech Demo Day at Dutch Springs

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  4. Salt Water and the Healing effects of the Ocean

    Scuba Diving And The Healing Effects Of Water
    A scuba diving adventure with a scuba charter in the South Pacific can create memories that will last a lifetime. There is no question that if you are going to be in such exotic locales as New Zealand, Tonga, Australia, Papa New Guinea, or the Solomon Islands, you absolutely must consider going for a dive.

    Is Scuba Diving Beneficial?
    In the first place, it is far more affordable than you probably believe it to be. In the second ...
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  5. Crowley's Blog - Living the Dream, Part 2 - Why I Did It

    One of the questions asked most often of my colleagues and I is what drove us to become long-term scuba instructors. Not just those instructor folk who are having a break from their jobs, but those of us who go on to spend years abroad, far away from friends and family, returning to our country of origin only rarely and with great reluctance.

    And it would be fair to say that in many cases, there are no friends, or no family, and nothing really worth returning to that matters to us very ...

    Updated May 8th, 2015 at 02:11 PM by Crowley

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