Hell Or High Water: Adventures Of A Scuba Instructor
I learned to dive in the mid 70’s by reading a short book about diving. Then my brother told me to NOT hold my breath and swim. My first dive was a solo dive in a stone quarry in Indiana. The next few years I got formal training and worked through the ranks to instructor. I worked as a YMCA and PADI instructor in Florida for several years before going to the West coast to train instructors at PADI College.
In the mid 80’s I was hired by Werner and Myra Kurn to work as the Director of Training at Ocean Enterprises in San Diego, and trained instructors at Ocean Enterprises in Guantanamo Bay Cuba.
I worked as a PADI Instructor examiner for more than 20 years and have more than 5000 dives.
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