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Retirement job driving dive boats?

Discussion in 'Becoming a Captain' started by 2airishuman, Dec 20, 2019.

  1. Wookie

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  2. 2airishuman

    2airishuman Solo Diver

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    Thank you all for the replies.

    Being a captain requires a certain mindset and personality and I get that. It means you're responsible for the safety of others who are depending upon your skill and judgment in ways they don't even realize. A dive boat isn't something I'd want to run for free. It's a job that's suitable for people who have the ability and the mind set. Question is whether it's a good one, and you bring up good points.

    Thank you for that. Very helpful.
     
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