Shane C Souza

NAUI Membership Status: Admin Sustaining

NAUI Member Email: shane@gru.net
NAUI Member Phone: 352-575-4181








Courses I Teach

  • Scuba Diver
  • Adv Scuba Diver
  • Scuba Rescue Diver
  • Adv Scuba Rescue
  • EANx DIVER
  • 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
  • EANx PROGRAM
  • Hunter & Collector
  • International Diver
  • Jr Recreational Hookah Diver
  • Jr Underwater Archeologist
  • Jr Underwater Ecologist
  • Jr Underwater Environment
  • Jr Underwater Photographer
  • Deep Diver
  • Adaptive Scuba




  • 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.














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