Professional Association of Diving Instructors– PADI – The worlds largest scuba diver training agency and association of diving professionals and resort members.  PADI dive centers, resorts and professionals operate in over 180 countries, and there are more opportunities for PADI professionals than ever before in the today’s dive industry.
Aeris– was introduced to divers worldwide in 1998. Their stated objective at that time was to raise the standard of features and technology available in diving computers. They did just that.They are now proud to offer a complete range of innovative and feature-rich SCUBA and snorkeling equipment. Their goals today are the same as in 1998; to raise the standard of products sold in the diving industry. Each one of our products represents an improvement in performance, aesthetics, function, or value.
Utila Dive Centre– One of the most awarded PADI Career Development Centers in the world, recipient of #1 Instructor Development Center in both 2011 and 2010, offering scuba instruction from beginner through to Instructor, with GoPro professional scuba diving internships, and also technical diver/Instructor and closed circuit rebreather training.  In addition to offering world class scuba instruction, Utila Dive Centre is also a leader in environmental conservation and in 2011 received the Project Aware Green Star award after an objective environmental audit on their operation and hotel, and has been a recipient of Project Aware Environmental Achievement award for several consecutive years, and works with local NGO’s and also the University of Queensland’s ‘CoralWatch’ program.
SeaLife Underwater cameras– SeaLife Cameras supports the dive industry through the development of products and programs that encourage underwater discovery and awareness of the world’s oceans.  Sealife cameras invite snorkelers to advanced divers to experience underwater photography, and strive to satisfy the needs of every SeaLife user. Through their extensive partnerships with dive shops and industry associations, they continue to seek ways to broaden interest in underwater life and cultivate an    appreciation for the underwater environment.
Project AWARE Foundation – Project AWARE Foundation is a growing movement of scuba divers protecting the ocean planet – one dive at a time.  Over the past two decades of underwater conservation they’ve learned that divers are true leaders in ocean protection. Project AWARE supports an unprecedented global movement of divers acting in their own communities to protect oceans and implement lasting change and are focusing in on two major ocean issues –Sharks in Peril and Marine Debris, or trash in our ocean, in order to directly and positively affect real, long-term change in these two areas.
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