PADI MSDT DSAT Tec Trimix Instructor
John Ozog is a PADI MSDT DSAT Tec Trimix Instructor, with extensive experience in both recreational and deep technical diving. John and his wife Cindy raised their 3 children in their home state of Michigan before moving to South Florida. He has dived all of the Great Lakes, and most of the quarries throughout the mid-west.
John began his technical dive training in the late 1980’s. He was one of the first divers to be trained by pioneers Brett Gilliam, in Technical Deep Air Diving, and Tom Mount, in Trimix and Technical Decompression Cave Diving in the early 1990’s.
As a Florida resident for more than a decade, John has explored most of the deep shipwrecks that line our coast. He has logged over 3,500 dives with more than 350 to depths below 200 fsw. He has also completed dozens of dives to depths below 300 fsw, with his deepest dive to 425 fsw.
John and Cindy currently reside with their dog Buca on Singer Island. You will often find him underwater alongside technical students as he continues to pursue his passion for advanced diving and share his technical diving knowledge with a new generation of underwater explorers.
PADI Course Director & Instructor Trainer for TDI/SDI: Rebreathers
James Weber took his first breath underwater in 1977, and has been hooked ever since! His diving experience consists largely of exploring the deep, dark wrecks on the Northeast coast. Ten years ago he made the fateful move to Palm Beach County to enjoy warm, clear water and leave the cold behind.
His extensive diving career has brought him to many places and introduced him to many types of diving, including technical and rebreather diving. James is currently a PADI Course Director and Instructor Trainer for TDI/SDI.
James is a Firefighter/Paramedic and a Public Safety Diver in Palm Beach County. When he’s not on shift or teaching, you’ll find him diving on the exciting technical sites of South Florida.