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Bali --- UTD Open Water Course in Bali!!!

Discussion in 'Indonesia' started by sigxbill, Mar 1, 2019.

  1. sigxbill

    sigxbill Tech Instructor

    Bali --- UTD Open Water Course in Bali!!! If you, or someone you know, ever wanted to get Open Water certified in Bali, here is a great opportunity to participate in a limited size class that is like no other! Enjoy

    Open Water ยท UTD Scuba Diving
    RainPilot, billt4sf and decompression like this.

    RSALVAREZ Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: baja california
    Bali, a great place to hide from the rest of the world. i know how randy is and how the agency protect him for her value as a link to the Asian community ( market ) , 2 years ago he comments me about the invitation made by padi, her thinking divers site are full of info about him, Randy Tay is the ( utd,naui,padi ) instructor in Bal, just check her background in California and Nevada, will be in good hands.
  3. billt4sf

    billt4sf Loggerhead Turtle

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Fayetteville GA, Wash DC, NY, Toronto, SF
    *IF* I were till looking for an instructor or an Open Water course, I would definitely look at UTD (rather than -- or in addition to) PADI - because I think they have a stricter requirement to show skills before passing, and a better approach to what is considered good diving.

    I have not used them though. We DID do GUE and found it VERY effective and useful.


    - Bill

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