Staff

Craig Craig Clark

Became an open water instructor with NASDS in 1999. He transferred to SSI (Scuba Schools International) in 2000 when SSI bought NASDS. In 2005 Craig was given the rating of Master Open Water Instructor. In 2004 became a D.A.N (Diver’s Alert Network) oxygen first aid instructor and SSI React Right oxygen First Aid Instructor. Craig also teaches most of the SSI specialty courses such as Dive control specialist, Navigation, Night and Limited Visibility, Deep Diving, Nitrox, Advanced Nitrox, Dry Suit and the Technical Deep Wreck and Decompression Courses.  Craig is also a cave diver and has learned from some of the best around.

 

 

steve_glasgow_smallSteve Glasgow aka “Scuba Steve”

Steve has been diving since 2003 and has logged hundreds of dives both recreationally and professionally; and has traveled to dive from Aruba to Australia and everywhere in between, with some of his favorites being South America regions. Being dual certified in both SSI and PADI thru rescue diver rating, Steve currently teaches as one of the shops “open water instructors” as well as able to teach some specialties including Perfect Buoyancy, as well as  Stress and Rescue Diver. He is certified in Emergency First Aid  CPR,  O2 Provider and regularly conducts both the Scuba Skills Updates for already certified divers and Try Scuba for those that want to try it out.  He loves working with the kids in diving and in fact had his youngest certified to dive at age 10.  Steve has been teaching classes at the Aquatic Center of Ocala for the last few years for the monthly evening classes  and looks forward to seeing you soon!

 

Jerry Ziegler

Jerry has been diving since 1984, He has certifications for IDEA, NAUI, and SSI. He has logged over 500 dives, He has traveled to dive locations throughout the State of Florida, Caribbean, and South Pacific regions to dive. Jerry has been employed as a Paramedic for the last 30 years working in ambulances, various emergency rooms and as a Flight Paramedic, He has worked as a Certified Hyperbaric Technical Specialist & Diver Medic at Shand’s Hospital at University of Florida Hyperbaric chamber in Gainesville treating patients for wound care and diving injuries. He was a member of the Hyperbaric team on standby for the Space Shuttle launches and landings.

He is certified as a Master Diver, Dive Control Specialist/ Assistant Instructor, Tech XR, Stress & Rescue, Emergency First AID & CPR, Buoyancy Control, and Marine ecology. He is also certified to service and repair all Aqualung equipment. He is currently working on his Open Water instructor with a goal of becoming a Master instructor.