Natalie L Gibb is a TDI Full Cave Instructor, official Razor Side Mount System instructor, and PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor.
Natalie L Gibb has certified over 100 PADI Open Water and PADI Scuba Divers, and taught many more Discover Scuba Diving Programs and Advanced Open Water Courses. She is an enriched air nitrox and deep diving specialty instructor.
These days, she tends to do more technical diving than recreational diving. Natalie is a Full Cave instructor with TDI, an offical Razor Side Mount System instructor with Go Side Mount, and a local cave explorer. She is co-owner of Diablo Divers, a small cave diving center in Puerto Aventuras, Mexico.
In her free time, Natalie uses scuba diving to explore and chart underwater cave systems in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. The longest project at this point is a single entrance cave system called Muk Kin, which is over 8 kilometers long!
Interested in all aspects of diving, Natalie is a certified Emergency First Response Instructor, as well as a DAN certified Emergency Oxygen Provider, and Neurological Exam for Decompression Illness Provider.
By Natalie Gibb:
People are drawn to scuba diving for a so many reasons: the feeling of weightlessness, the thrill of breathing underwater, and the chance to see strange and beautiful aquatic life. Some find diving gives them an adrenaline rush, while others compare it to meditation. Diving is a unique sport in that it is open to people of all ages and all walks of life. My youngest students have been 8 years old, and my oldest was an 82-year-old grandmother diving for her first time. I have seen amputees and the hearing impaired take to the water like fish. I have seen a police officer and a convicted felon make the best of dive buddies. Whoever you are, and wherever you are from, divers will find that shared experience of the underwater world draws them together like few things can. So tighten you mask, slip on your fins, and dive right in. Welcome to the club.
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