6. What is the best advice you ever gave to your students?
Never be afraid to ask your guide or instructor questions, no matter how silly they might seem. Remember, everyone started as a beginner once, and it’s better to dive with confidence instead of confusion.
7. What is your most memorable moment with students?
The most amazing experience was participating in an IDC (Instructor Development Course),
When I have a senior 70 years old, and I will never forget the joy of him when he finished the course, and then he completed the exam positively, I have never seen so much joy in my life, and that made me understand that is never too late to realize your dreams.
8. Why would you recommend Dressel Divers to new students?
Safety should be your number one concern when choosing a dive school.
A safe dive school maintains a low student-to-instructor ratio and communicates clearly with its students and I believe that we are really exceptional in those areas.
Getting your open water certificate takes three full days of training or longer, so you’ll want to be somewhere both comfortable and memorable.
9. How long have you been in Dressel Divers?
I have been working in Dressel Divers on 3 different occasions.
The first time was in 2013 in Dressel Divers Punta Cana, and I remain working here for 9 months, and then I wanted to see new places so I decided to change the country to new horizons.
Then in 2017, I came back to Dressel Divers Punta Cana, and after a few months, I was transferred to Dressel Divers Bayahibe, where I became Dive Boss.
So I will say that I have worked with Dressel for 3 years more or less.