12-07-2012 Jarno

Posted on 07/12/12 3 Comments JarnoJarno Master Scuba Diver from Tallinn, Estonia today become PADI Master Scuba Diver. Congratulation! Jarno did work very hard last month to get to this level. When we started last month he was a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver with 25 dives in his logbook. Since this time we made 6 specialty courses (Navigation, Deep, Wreck, Enriched Air - Nitrox, Search & Recovery, Peak Performance Buoyancy), the EFR course and Rescue Diver course. It was a very intensive schedule and additionally Jarno has problems with his ears because of a infection. We had to make brake because of that too. Jarno was a very good student listening to everything he was told to. As the result - I am sure he would agree - he become a good diver. If I think about his first dive when we met and the last one, the difference is huge. Of course the practice and many dives (60 by now) produces that result. We have seen many local creatures in Pattayas waters during the training, as rays, sharks, turtle and many macro animals 🙂 Now Jarno will spend some time with fun diving and later on will become a PADI Divemaster and likely Instructor. It's a long way, but with his enthusiasm it will be possible. Well done!

3 Comments

  1. Neo says:
    Thursday, August 2, 2012 at 3:54pm

    Great photo! Congrats Jamo!

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  2. Jarno says:
    Tuesday, July 31, 2012 at 3:59am

    Thank You ! “Jarno did work very hard last month to get to this level.” – Tomasz, You made all this hard
    work very enjoyable for me. You are definately a big bonus to my diving career. Strict, patient, professional, pleasant –
    those are the four words I would describe You. Thank You Tomasz and I will definately continue working with You in the close future ! If it wasn’t for You
    I definately wouldn’t be so hyped about diving !
    P.S. The boat was great and the food was superb !

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    • Tomasz says:
      Tuesday, July 31, 2012 at 8:36pm

      Hi Jarno.
      Thank you for the very nice words and I am very happy that you enjoyed yourself.
      I am sure we will have more scuba diving together in the near future.
      Bee good and see you soon!

      Reply

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