Through our affiliation with Scuba Schools International (SSI), we will share our love of Scuba in a safe, responsible manner to individuals wishing to broaden their understanding of Scuba or of the ever-changing and fascinating underwater environment, making the experience exciting, educational and motivating
SCUBA, like life, is what you make it: cutting-edge excitement, quiet relaxation and everything in between. We invite you to explore Scuba diving in the areas that would interest you most.
“Exploration is really the essence of the human spirit” – Frank Borman
Meet the Team
We are a team of dedicated diving professionals, ready to help you achieve your diving goals and skills.
An avid diver and experienced teacher, Randy Evans continues to grow one of the most extensive resumes in the diving community. His love for teaching, and passion for giving back to the community turns even a classroom into a place of discovery. Beginning in 1984 in the Catabwa River to West Palm Beach, he was captivated from the start. Gaining passion with each dive, he graduated to Dive Control Specialist in 1988, then SSI and Nitrox instructor in 1990. However, he couldn‘t stop there. Advancing with Dan O2 in 1993, NASDS Instructor in 1995, Red Cross First Aid CPR & AED instructor in 1999, he reached a special calling in 2001, as an instructor trainer. You can’t be around him long without hearing the phrase, "The more you know, the more you will enjoy diving." And that’s what he does. Filling the ocean with safe, knowledgeable divers who make the most of this rewarding venture.
Frank has been diving for more than 25 years on both open circuit as well as Closed Circuit Rebreather equipment. Frank’s interest in diving began with a planned trip to Hawaii and after that first trip he was hooked. In addition to leading divers in discovering new dives, Frank is a registered Coast Guard mate and enjoys assisting with boat operations as well.
Diving since 1981 at the age of 14, Bob has a passion for diving and for training both novice and experienced divers.
Peter began diving back in 1978 but after a few years took a break from diving as life took him in other directions. Fast forward to 2010 when Peter decided to pick up diving again and re-certified as an open water diver with Xplore Scuba and began pursuing additional dive training opportunities until he earned his certification as a Dive Control Specialist/Assistant Instructor in 2016. He enjoys warm water diving with good visibility and plenty of marine life. When traveling, Peter likes to combine his dive trips with places of personal interest and different cultures and plans to keep diving and visiting destinations on his bucket list as long as he can.
Mike was certified in 1997 when decided to do his "senior exit project" in high school on the safety of diving and has been diving ever since. Mike has continued his education and is currently an Assistant Instructor. Mike has also ventured into the technical diving arena when he is not working with new divers. He is a fun loving guy that will always bring a laugh to the table. He has an uncanny way of making our new divers feel comfortable in the water even if it takes them a little longer to get the hang of diving. During the week he is an I.T. Network Administrator and is always the person to get his hands on the new dive computers that come into the shop to test them out and give his honest opinion of them.
A Dive Control Specialist since 2013 and diving since 2010, Lee was quickly bitten by the bug to teach as an Open Water Instructor. Although introduced to diving a little later in life, Lee has been in and on the water all of his life, starting with jumping in a swimming pool at age 2 and immediately swimming to the side. Lee also is a United States Power Squadron certified boating safety instructor for both classroom and on the water boat handling training . He also holds a US Coast Guard Master Captains license. When asked where he dives he replies "anywhere from a mud puddle to the deep blue sea". He enjoys all aspects of diving from tropical open water wreck and reef diving to light salvage recovery work in limited visibility and cold water (dry suit required). Come share Lee‘s passion for every aspect of 70+% of the earth’s surface covered by water.