Course Director, 188325
With the high ranking of Course Director, Mike can teach just about any PADI course. He loves passing on his teaching techniques mostly through Divemaster and Instructor courses. Mike also trains and works with many public safety dive teams and has experience in many types of diving.
IDC Staff Instructor, 162958
As an IDC staff instructor, Scott can assist with Instructor training and has years of experience to pull from. He is another instructor who loves wreck diving and passing on little tips. Scott is happy to help new students in whatever way possible and you can always count on him having a snack.
Master Scuba Diver Trainer, 198361
Known as “the elder”, Phil is our old wise instructor with lots of advice and little tricks. He most enjoys diving beautiful coral gardens but is always up for whatever adventure calls. Old Man Phil says his goal is to use his mistakes to help others gain experience.
Master Scuba Diver Trainer, 292695
A wreck diving enthusiast, Phil also enjoys tec diving and completing deep trimix dives to see wrecks most divers don’t get to visit. As a Master Scuba Diver Trainer he can teach many specialty courses and always has good tips to share.
Master Scuba Diver Trainer, 331379
Rob is another one of our instructors who just loves to be in the water and enjoys introducing new diver to the underwater world. He is usually diving with a camera in hand as a way to share the wonders we see with others.
Open Water Scuba Instructor, 331551
Shawn is sometimes called Spiderman for his fun and loving personality. He never fails to bring the smiles to every dive and loves teaching new divers most of all. Shawn is happy to just be in the water with you whether it is 1 feet deep or 130 feet to the bottom.
Assistant Instructor, 240725
Our longest diver on staff, Steve was first certified in 1984 and has experience with many different types of diving and holds numerous certifications. He loves to dive the wrecks off North Carolina and you can always count on Steve to have extra hair ties and many great diving tips.
The shark lover of our group, Maria is a fierce diver who will go on any dive that includes large marine life. She enjoys introducing new divers to the passion we all share of the underwater world.
Another long time diver, Joe has been certified since 1987 and has tons of fun stories to share. Joe has been diving all over the world and loves all the friends you make as a result of diving. He can’t wait to train new divers and make even more friends who love this sport as much as him.
Mark has also been diving since 1987 and his favorite diving is Caribbean wall dives. Although he enjoys exploring the wrecks of Lake Champlain these days and does a lot of mooring work in his free time.
As a lover of exploring the outdoors, Nate first tried scuba diving to continue that love and got hooked. He now enjoys helping introduce new divers to his love and continuing to explore the world beneath.
Bryan greatly enjoys helping new divers in whatever way is most needed. He will get you through the little things and then go diving with you to experience the big things. Bryan is also an avid fisherman and loves diving to see all the wildlife that lives below the surface.
Although Scott helps teach in the Northeast, he prefers diving in warm water and is always up for a trip to the Caribbean. Cozumel is his favorite place to go but Scott will dive with you wherever you would like to go.
Our newest Divemaster has been diving for years and has a love of the ocean unparelled by many. She takes great pride in helping new students learn all the tips and tricks that make them real divers. Lauri can always be found with a bag for trash in hand and is lovingly referred to as an underwater vacuum cleaner, picking up trash all over the world one piece at time.
Anthony is greatly involved in all kinds of public safety and rescue diving with a few different groups. He enjoys a lot of fresh water diving in local lakes and wants to help divers overcome fears and become more experience and comfortable.