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Become A Scuba Dive Instructor And See The World

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Become a Scuba Dive Instructor and See the World

Have you ever dreamed of being a scuba dive instructor and seeing the world? Countless people have this exact same dream. If you are a scuba diver, why not think about becoming a dive instructor and making use of that accreditation as a springboard to see the world. Jamie Miller has been a scuba diving instructor at Abyss Scuba Diving in Sydney, Australia. Throughout this time Jamie has travelled the world, diving in places that others can only dream on.

Now, whether as an instructor for leading dive groups, diving for the sheer pleasure of it, or furthering his knowledge and training even more, there are some of the amazing locations Jamie has visited over the last seventeen years.

The first place he travelled to as a dive instructor was Vanuatu, diving the islands of Port Villa, Hideaway and Santo and doing some pretty amazing diving in all those three locations. He has been to Fiji on several occasions, including a small period where he took leave from Abyss and worked with a dive resort in Fiji that had connections with Abyss. He has led dive trips to Papua New Guinea and to the Solomon Islands on a few occasions. He has taken dive trips to Micronesia to the islands of Palau, and Chuuk (Truk Lagoon), several times. Truk Lagoon is one of the wreck diving meccas in the world.

Jamie has dived in Indonesia, in Bali, and Raja Ampat. This is one of the less known and most spectacular places to dive in the entire world. Jamie has also dived in Malaysia on the island of Sipadan, which is also a very, very amazing place to dive. Jamie also did his PADI Course Directors training in Malaysia.

Jamie led a dive group to Bikini Atoll, an exceedingly small, unknown area where very few people ever visit. More people have climbed Mount Everest than have dived in Bikini Atoll, which is where the United States conducted their nuclear tests on large naval ships back in the late 1940s. It is a unique chance to dive on aircraft carriers, battleships, attack submarines, making Bikini Atoll a spectacular place to dive—especially if you love wreck diving.

Jamie has also been fortunate enough to dive on a rarely seen aircraft carrier in Sri Lanka. This, he said was a very, very amazing experience. He has also taken dive groups to the Philippines to dive some pretty amazing locations, there as well.

Jamie travelled to the DEMA dive show in the USA, giving him an opportunity to not only continue his diving education, but also to check out Las Vegas.

From all these travel opportunities, you can see the potentials for travel that becoming a dive instructor offers. So, if becoming a dive instructor is something that you have been thinking about then why not contact Jamie as he will always be eager to talk about his experiences.