Sunday

News from Down Under










Greetings divers,

Well another month has come and gone.
It looks like we are kicking this summer off in old school Gulf of Mexico fashion, with spearfishing tournaments, lots of certifications, and tropical weather.

Spearfishing

The Redneck Riviera went off with out a hitch.  All of the hunters stayed safe and brought in some amazing fish.
Congrats to the winners.















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We might get a new Wreck to Dive!


The 272' Yokamu.

For more details read the blog.












Congratulations to all of the newly obtained Certifications this past month.

Coach Lila's PADI Seal Team and Jounior Divers:

John and Caleb













Open Water Divers: 


Trevor Atkins, Metta Roberts, Jarratt Ure, Sherry Wright, Andrew Eggert, Robert Rogers, Derek Boone, Jessica Simpson, Bryan Gray, Jason Parker, and Jonathan Moody.  Welcome to the team.



Advanced Open Water Divers:

Dirk Pechacek, Mark Johnson, MandiJohnson, Corey Dendy, Seth Malin Bruce Hulsart,Robyn Hulsart, Daniel White, Jarrod Smith, and Milfred Howard.

Enriched Air Divers:


Dirk Pechacek, Robyn Hulsart, Bruce Hulsart, Jason Parker, and Timothy Wilson.


Full Face Mask Diver:

Timothy Wilson


CPR and O2 Providers:


Bruce Lea, Matthew Lechner, Matthew Lechner, Joe Cesario, and James Mcevoy


Congrats to James Brett on obtaining the EFR Instructor Rating.


PADI RESCUE DIVER



Take the next step and build upon your confidence and experience by taking the PADI Rescue Diver certification!
In the PADI Rescue Diver course, you’ll build on your existing emergency prevention and management skills. Most divers find this course both demanding and rewarding, and at the end, say it’s the best course they’ve ever taken.
You’ll develop accident prevention and management skills that include self-rescue, assisting a buddy and working within a team during an emergency response. Your training will focus on scenarios in which you adapt rescue techniques to your personal strengths and adjust to the situation.
To sign up for your PADI Rescue Diver course, call or email us and we’ll get you started.
After completing CPR and first aid and the PADI Rescue Diver course, you should take the PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider course Together, these three courses round out your ability to handle scuba diver emergencies.

Cost: $350 total (including Fee paid for Elearning)
The Complete Rescue Diver: $550 including Fee paid for Elearning,CPR,AED,First Aid, O2 Provider and Search & Recovery)
Schedule:
Day 1. Complete eLearning or Crew Pack and DVD
Day 2. Knowledge Review and Pool sessions.
Day 3. Rescue Scenarios 1 and 2 in Open Water.
If you have any questions about joining us for some local diving or taking the PADI Rescue Diver Course, give us a call or pop into our store.
New Gear in the House!!!

Gopro Hero2 HD $299




Flat Lens Dive Housing $49.95