Divers ready, gear set and the Sea Fox launched into partly cloudy weather with a boat for full of advanced divers! Small waves with pockets full of sunshine during the twenty minute ride out to our first wreck to Baby Barge. On the boat today we had several Dive Masters in training and advanced divers […]
. . .and then you will understand everything better – Albert Einstein. well, i think that is true, and diving is certainly a unique look! Diving the volcanic walls off of Koko Head crater, with their canyons, caves, and lava tubes, always gives me a profound sense of power, mystery, and timelessness. Add in thousands […]
The wonderful conditions continue diving off Oahu today. We still have nice, calm winds and the surface conditions are great. We did have some strong currents as we had a big tide swing today so we headed out for a couple drift dives off the wall by Hanauma Bay. We dove off the wall by […]
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Bradley grew up in Naples, FL spending most of his weekends and evenings by the ocean. Growing up with paddle boards, surfing and skimboards while working as a Lifeguard and Water Safety Instructor for the American Red Cross. Bradley fell in love with diving during his first trip to Honduras in 2011 where he became an Open Water certified diver, and the bubbles never stopped!
Soon the diving became a full time joy after moving to the Bay Islands to spend more time working on his certifications and becoming a full time Open Water Scuba Instructor.
In the spring of 2014 Bradley spent a semester at Edison State College to become a certified Emergency Medical Technician and Wilderness First Responder. Taking these new skills he spent the summer teaching Open Water and Advanced Diving while living on a catamaran sailing through the Leeward Islands.
Now Bradley is working full time in the Pacific, learning and teaching in a sea of new and exciting marine life.