Mitch Sjolin – Course Director


Mitch has been diving since the age of 15 and been diving all over the world. He is passionate about the aquatic realm and helping new divers discover it’s beauty. He can be found in the shop most evenings, so come on by and talk Tuna.

 

 

 

Favorite Place to Dive: Belize

Favorite Critter: Black Grouper

Every diver should: find one cause to become passionate about.

 

Louisa Aliferis – Dive Sherpa

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Todd Galbreath – Instructor

I certified in 1991 in one of the last of the “old school” dive courses I know of. We spent 12 weeks humping tanks, and diving after / donning tanks underwater (including water we had to brush the ice off of) and turning our gas back on when instructors would roll your valve off if you weren’t looking.

 

I am very lucky that I have had the chance to dive in so many environments, from Caves in Mexico to Ice in Wisconsin, from the wrecks of Lake Michigan to reefs muck diving in the Philippines. I truly believe that there is no such thing as a bad dive, and I could not ask for more than to live in an area that offers some of world’s best diving and it’s literally in my back yard (Lake Michigan)..

 

Favorite Place to Dive: Caves of Mexico

Favorite Critter: Whale Sharks

Every diver should:  Master buoyancy. The sign of an elite diver is one who has mastery of good buoyancy.

Diver Certs: NACD Full Cave Diver, TDI Adv. Nitrox and Decompression Procedures, TDI Trimix Diver, TDI Nitrox Gas Blender, PSI Oxygen Tech and Visual Inspector

 

Paul Vaysberg – Instructor

As a SCUBA instructor, Paul loves sharing his passion for SCUBA diving.  As a diver he always tries to experience something new on every dive.  “I enjoy underwater photography, it allows me to capture memories and share them with others.”

 

Year certified: 2008

Favorite place to dive: Fiji

Favorite critter: parrot fish

Every diver should: turn off their flash light for a minute on a night dive.

Steve Adler – Instructor

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Amanda Gentry – Staff

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