I have been diving with Rubicon Diving for 9 years, starting with my open water and now am in the midst of studying to become a Divemaster. Three weeks into my training and I am already part of the Rubicon Diving Family.
During week one, I completed my Nitrox Speciality, Rescue Diver course as well as Emergency First Response (EFR) training. Now the hard work both practical and theory has begun for the Divemaster course.
A typical day at Rubicon Diving starts bright and early. Preparation of the boat and equipment precedes two morning dives, either in Playa Blanca or Puerto Del Carmen. A coffee and cake break in between dives comes complete with Roxanne (the dog) trying to convince everyone to feed her. Most afternoons consist of theory and Discover Scuba Diving (DSD) courses.
Every day brings both new challenges and lots of fun. No two days are the same and with a multitude of dive sites and new divers joining us every day, coming to work here isn’t a chore.