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How To Become a Dive Professional | Scuba Diving

The Pros & Cons of Being a Scuba Diving Instructor

Heads up! The good and the bad about becoming a dive instructor.

Photo by Karl Callwood on Unsplash

A few years ago, I worked with a European private equity firm considering an investment in the dive industry. In the end, they did not invest. They concluded that…

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Darcy Kieran

Darcy Kieran

Entrepreneur | Executive | Author | Radio Announcer | Scuba Diving Instructor — #ScubaDiving #Travel #Watersports— #Miami #Montreal #Marseille

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