For those who need water to breathe

NAUI Divemaster

Would you like to lead dives and dive trips and take certified divers on vacations to the world’s best dive sites? Many Divemasters are employed full-time or work independently supervising certified divers during club, store, resort or charter tours and travel activities. Whether you work in a Dive Center, on a sailboat, yacht, or superyacht, you’ll lead clients on adventures while sharing your passion for the ocean and marine conservation. 

The NAUI Divemaster rating is the highest NAUI Leadership Level Certification with the exception of Instructor. The NAUI Divemaster Course is designed to train experienced and knowledgeable divers to organise and conduct enjoyable dives for certified divers. 

NAUI Divemasters may engage in other approved approved activities such as: 

  • Organising and conducting NAUI recognition programs (such as International Diver) and award appropriate recognition materials to participants
  • Organising and conducting Refresher Scuba training for certified divers
  • Organising and conducting the NAUI Try SCUBA Course for the SCUBA-curious
  • Assist NAUI Instructors in NAUI SCUBA Diving Courses

Plus, NAUI Divemasters are qualified to enter the NAUI Instructor Training Course (ITC)!

What to expect during your NAUI Divemaster Course in Mossel Bay: 

  • Practical Applications:
      • A minimum of 60 logged open water scuba dives*
      • A minimum of 30 hours of logged bottom time*
      • Dives shall be varied in environment, depth, and activities.
    • *Prerequisites may be planned or in progress as included in our Go Dive Mossel Bay Internship
  • Duration: A minimum of 20 required dives, at your pace and weather dependent
    • Go Dive Mossel Bay requires a minimum commitment of 2 months to complete all dives as part of our Divemaster Intern Program
  • Location: Dive sites in and around Mossel Bay
  • Minimum Age: 18 years old

What’s Next: NAUI Instructor Training Course (ITC)

Tasks and Duties expected of Go Dive Mossel Bay Divemasters:

  • Organize and lead dives
  • Conduct dive briefings
  • Greet clients and answer questions related to Go Dive offerings, courses, and gear
  • Collect payments
  • Oversee completion of paperwork, including indemnity form, gear rental or servicing
  • Assist on research dives
  • Perform boat and gear maintenance and servicing
  • Rinse client gear
  • Fill cylinders
  • Maintain a clean and organized dive center, including gear room
  • Market to local businesses
  • Assist with social media marketing
  • Assist Instructors with Try Scuba Programs and NAUI SCUBA Courses
  • Perform educational outreach to the local community and organizations
  • Presentations to Go Dive Staff, Clients, and Prospects