It takes someone with very special qualities to be a Reef Divers staff member. We often review more than 100 job applications to find one great match. We look for individuals who are passionate about taking care of our guests and the marine environment, and are focused on ensuring diver safety. They must be able to make it a great day for every diver in their care.
These Reef Divers Pros Will Care for You on Your Next Visit to Little Cayman Beach Resort:
Sharon is from Capetown, South Africa, and has been diving since 2001. She decided to learn to dive to escape the rat race – and she probably couldn’t have found a better place than Little Cayman. Sharon loves the silence and tranquility she experiences while underwater. She is Manager of Reef Divers and was honored with the 2018 Stingray Award as Watersports Manager of the Year by the Cayman Islands Tourism Association.
Grace, from Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, has been in love with the water ever since she was a kid! In 2014, Grace got her open water certification and it is the peace and tranquility of the big blue that keeps her diving.
Grace loves the sense of community on Little Cayman and knows there is always someone around to lend a helping hand. Grace is our Dive Coordinator.
Steve is from Pembrokeshire on the southwest coast of Wales. Growing up by the coast he surfed and snorkeled, but always wanted to try scuba diving. While visiting Indonesia, he tried his first dive and from there he was hooked!
He loves the peacefulness of scuba diving and exploring the reefs looking for new and exciting things.
Tom hails from a little village in Derbyshire, England, and came to Little Cayman in 2022. He has always had an interest in the underwater world and even went on to study Marine Biology at University. What got him into scuba diving? His reasoning was you can’t be a marine biologist without being a diver, and so his underwater career began. Tom loves everything about diving, from the big mammals to the tiny creatures, he also enjoys the weightless sensation of being underwater.
Adam comes to Little Cayman all the way from Knysna, South Africa. His scuba diving career began with a Discover Scuba Diving course in Aruba 14 years ago, and since then he has been enamored with the sport. Being weightless and mindless on a dive is the ultimate freedom according to Adam.
When asked what he likes about Little Cayman, his diving family, being surrounded by nature, and of course his boss!
Brad was born in Hampshire, England but moved to Central Portugal at the age of 7. While leisurely diving on the Mediterranean island of Ibiza, he caught the scuba diving bug (it’ll get ya!) and began pursuing a dive career, eventually completing his IDC in 2019 on Cape Verde.
Brad loves exploring the underwater world, especially exploring historical sites like shipwrecks, sunken towns, and ports.
George is from a town called Basingstoke, England. Scuba diving is a family affair for George, he was certified at age 12 alongside his Mum, Dad, and Sister. From his very first dive, he was hooked and is fascinated by the behavior of marine life. The charm and tranquility of Little Cayman are what drew him to come to Reef Divers!
David is from Paris, France, and earned his scuba diving certifications while traveling. Ever since he was a child, he had an interest in the underwater world and completed his first dive at 11 years old.
Little Cayman is the perfect place for David with warm, welcoming people, clear blue water, and colorful corals. After being on the island for only a week, David said he felt a home!
Jack is from landlocked Northampton, in the United Kingdom. His diving career began when he first completed a try dive at a health resort where he worked and he immediately fell in love with the sport. He gained his certification in Egypt and loves diving because it allows him to meet people from all over the world.
Living in Little Cayman is great because he is surrounded by nature and the ocean. Jack loves learning about all the new wildlife and marine life he encounters in Little Cayman.
Jillian is originally from Windsor, Ontario, and lived in Thailand before Little Cayman. Her love of diving started at the tender age of 11 when she ventured to the tropics with her family for a vacation. Little did she know at that time that her mind would be blown when she saw that people lived there – free from the burden of long, dark winters. From that point onwards, Jillian worked towards living in tropical climates and spend her days basking in the splendor of the underwater world!
Christina grew up in Seattle, Washington, and moved around the United States from Northern California to Catalina Island and across the border to Baja California Sur, Mexico where she became an Instructor. She started diving while at Calpoly Humbolt as she was studying Wildlife Biology with an emphasis on Marine Conservation and Management.
Christina loves living on Little Cayman because it is so remote and surrounded by incredible nature. The people are friendly and feel like family.
Fabio was born in Lisbon, Portugal, and began diving in 2017. From a very young age, Fabio was aware of the underwater world and always longed to explore beneath the waves. Since he became a certified diver, he hasn’t stopped diving and worked to become an Instructor. The best part of scuba diving for Fabio is being able to breathe underwater and explore a new world, the feeling of weightlessness is incredible.
Kari comes to Little Cayman all the way from Finland. He was born and raised in a small town called Vihti, an hour northwest of the capital – Helsinki. Kari was invited by a co-worker to try scuba diving in Finland. So, in November 2012, Kari began his diving career in the cool 46F / 8C waters of the Baltic Sea.
Kari has a passion for technical diving and loves exploring wrecks and caves. Since moving to Little Cayman, Kari has embraced the island lifestyle and is soaking up the warm Caribbean weather. As for scuba diving, the mostly current-free waters and amazing walls and reefs offer something new to explore each day!
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