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About Scuba Bill

  • Scuba bill is a Padi certified Dive Master (DM# 441277)
  • Qualified to lead PADI Discover Scuba. 
  • Green Fins certified as a dive leader. 
  • DAN Instructor (#2149222), qualified to teach:
  •     CPR & First Aid;
  •     Diving First Aid for Professional Divers;
  •     First Aid for Hazardous Marine Life;
  •     Oxygen First Aid for Scuba Injuries; and,
  •     Diving Emergency Management Provider)  
  • Emergency First Response (EFR) instructor and also qualified to teach EFR's airborne pathogen class 
  • Qualified to visually inspect tanks (PSI-PCI Inspector #32192).


Although he enjoys diving with all types of divers, his specialties are just certified and returning divers, including adults, teens and those still in the single digits of life.


If you've ever wondered what the underwater life is like or you took a scuba class but it has been a while, connect with Scuba bill!


If you are looking for an affordable CPR class for you or your company or you need an Airborne Pathogen class (or just some consulting for your business), please don't hesitate to contact scuba bill.


Have a scuba tank that needs visual inspection - we are here for you.


Apart from his day job, which is unfortunately unrelated to scuba diving, Scuba bill is also a volunteer diver (and dive team leader) at the New York Aquarium, in Brooklyn, New York (https://nyaquarium.com/)






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Sunscreen

Another often asked question - is what sunscreen should I choose?  This seems like a straightforward question - and often you will hear folks say - a "reef safe" one. …

Anxiety and Diving

In my most recent discover scuba class, a participant approached me to let me know that she had previously tried DSD and had not been able to complete it because of anxiety. …

Please, touch nothing, if not for the animals, then for you

As Aliyyah Eniath wrote, "take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints, kill nothing but time."  Even what may look like simple uninhabited sand could be creatures…

Equalizing

After mask clearing, equalizing your ears is the next most common concern and issue I hear from divers.   There are a variety of equalization techniques and you should use the…

Know your limits, plan your dive, dive your plan

I recently attended a DAN training that had a very good video (also posted in the links page of this website - but here it is too:  https://youtu.be/-daC10SMwjg).  The more we…

Good Reminder - how to deploy an SMB

Recently saw a good reminder in Sport Diver about how to deploy an SMB.  I've added it to the links page, but also thought I'd put a few words down here in the blog.  One of the…

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