2015 Round Up – A Year in Pictures

2015 has been a big year for Master Divers, and one in which we’ve seen a fair amount of change. But rather than bore you with a bunch of wordiness, let’s review the highlights in pictures!

We reinvented our ecological programmes. As well as our regular land and sea clean ups and weekly eco nights, we now offer Green Package options on our Open Water & Advanced Open Water courses. We also offer bespoke courses dedicated to conservation. These are run by David, our dedicated conservation instructor.

The Eco Team

We were, as in several previous years, accepted as a registered Shark Guardian Dive Centre, with whom we collaborate on marine conservation and research projects.

Shark Guardian

 

We waved goodbye to ex shareholders Ayesha and Wilco and also to manager Charlotte.

Ayesha & Wilco

Charlotte

But said hello to new business partner and manager Linzi.

 Linzi

We got a bit more into Tec, with several Sidemount Diver, Self Reliant Diver, Gas Blender, Tec 40 and Tec 45 courses.

Sidemount

We launched our new website, which you probably already know, since you’re reading it right now!

Master Divers Homepage

Be became the first dive centre on the island to begin teaching the new PADI Freediver courses.

Freedive

We became an Aqualung partner centre.

partner-center

We opened Coconut Monkey, our chilled out beachside café, right over the road from the dive centre.

Coconut Monkey

So wow, what a year it’s been – and that’s just the highlights! A big heartfelt thank you to all of our amazing staff, customers, business partners and friends who have made it such a fantastic year. We couldn’t have done it without you. Bring on more Master Divers success as we head into 2016! Happy New Year Everyone!

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