Shane Souza

NAUI Membership Status: Active

NAUI Member Email:
NAUI Member Phone: 352-575-4181 / +49 160 96772226

Courses I Teach

  • Scuba Diver
  • Adv Scuba Diver
  • Scuba Rescue Diver
  • Adv Scuba Rescue
  • Master Scuba Diver
  • Jr Scuba Diver
  • Jr Advanced Diver
  • First Aid For Dive Professionals
  • AED, CPR, BBP, SFA, E-O2, Aquatic Injuries
  • CPR
  • Standard First Aid
  • Emergency O2
  • Blood-Borne Pathogens
  • Aquatic Injuries
  • AED
  • Night Diver
  • Passport Diver
  • Search & Recovery Diver
  • Skin Diver
  • Training Assistant
  • Try Scuba Diving
  • U/W Ecologist - (Coral Reef)
  • U/W Ecologist - (Kelp Forest)
  • U/W Archeologist
  • U/W Ecologist
  • U/W Environment
  • U/W Photographer
  • Jr Dry Suit Diver
  • Jr Night Diver
  • Jr Skindiver
  • Jr U/W Videography
  • Recreational Hookah Diver
  • U/W Videography
  • Wreck Diver (External Survey)
  • Dry Suit Diver
  • Hunter & Collector
  • International Diver
  • Jr Recreational Hookah Diver
  • Jr Underwater Archeologist
  • Jr Underwater Ecologist
  • Jr Underwater Environment
  • Jr Underwater Photographer
  • Adaptive Scuba
  • Deep Diver
  • Refresher Scuba
  • Single Cylinder Sidemount Diver
  • Jr Single Cylinder Sidemount Diver

  • My NAUI Bio

    I became a certified Scuba Diver in 2002. Fell in love with the sport. Took numerous specialty courses. Certified Divemaster in 2004. Once at the leadership level I realized how much I enjoyed leading others into the underwater world. Became an Instructor in 2005.
    Worked on the liveaboard m/v Easygoing which called Ft. Lauderdale her homeport. We left for international waters on a weekly basis. It was during this time that I had my first serious shark encounters. I got to experience the eyes wide open effect on newly certified divers as well as old salty ones. I awoke in the mornings to 9 ft and greater hammerheads as well as black tipped reef sharks. Feeding them in the azure blue waters of the Bahamas, was one of my life's greatest experiences.
    After working on a liveaboard, I came to the conclusion that I wanted to be a part of the education process of our next generation of leaders. So I became an Instructor Trainer in 2006. I am also a certified cylinder inspector for PSI/PCI.
    Here at NAUI our motto is, "Dive Safety Through Education". I don't just live it, I teach it. Safe diving and remember to help preserve our oceans for future generations.

    (I am a worldwide Instructor Trainer. Available for the training of leadership level courses on multiple continents. In North America please use the Florida number listed, and for all other continents use my other number.)

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