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Menno Verschuur Dive instructor

Menno Verschuur

The sea has always surrounded my life, ever since growing up on sunny islands. Starting with childhood duck dives I loved exploring the tropical seas. When I learned SCUBA diving in 1989 my life truly changed as I became a regular visitor of the underwater world. Following a successful corporate career I became a full-time dive pro in 2013.

I am PADI recreational instructor, a Technical and Rebreather diver, and a freediver. My diving career has brought me to the Caribbean and SE-Asia, and I have held instructor and manager positions. I also have extensive crew experience following a year on an expedition sailing vessel.

As an experienced dive pro and crew member I can offer a variety of services.

TEACHING – PADI courses up to Divemaster.
GUIDING – Providing an excellent experience for all divers up to rebreather level.
MANAGEMENT – Experienced and proficient with marketing, sales and operations.
EXPEDITIONS – Leading dive operations in remote conditions.
CREW – Qualified and experienced sailor.

The driving factor in my career is being the professional that creates the difference for both guests and dive operations.

Customer satisfaction is more than just a business term for me. It is the true enjoyment of seeing guests having a great diving and vacation experience.

I am grateful that so many guests, as well as employers, have taken the effort to leave me some amazing feedback.

Since 2013 I have been working as a dive instructor, crew and manager worldwide. My career shows over 1,000 dives as a dive professional, 150 PADI student counts up to Divemaster level, and over 7,000 miles sailing on open ocean.

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Next to my diving experience I can also build on a 10 year corporate career in sales & marketing, and hold both a M.Sc. and B.BA. degree. View my LinkedIn profile below for a full overview.

My personal website contains several blog posts on diving.

I cover diving subjects such as dive trips, gear and various other tips for both the occasional diver and seasoned dive pro.

Click the button to read my slowly growing collection of diving writings.