Christian Satriawan - PADI Master Scuba Diver Instructor (PADI #462391)
Former Trisakti Diving Club (TDC) member and scuba instructor who finally decided to permanently move to Bali and established his first scuba diving business. If you are gadget freak and piercing maniac then he is the guy to talk with. He started the dive centre (together with David) so it's all his fault!
David - PADI Master Scuba Diver Instructor & TecRec Instructor
Started Bali Scuba with Chris 11 years ago. Another gadget freak and walking tattoo canvas. A silent partner these days but still can be seen around when it's party time!
Simon - PADI Master Scuba Diver Instructor
Marketing Manager and takes care of the website - enough said!
Knut Hoff - PADI TecRec Instructor-Trainer & Course Director (PADI #502282)
Part owner of Bali Scuba and member of the worldwide army of Norwegian globetrotters. Knut landed in Bali for the first time 10 years ago and instantly fell in love with the 'Island of the Gods'. Now he's settled here with the full set: house, wife & kid. He's one of our two Course Directors teaching IDCs and Tec Instructor courses and is in charge of all Divemaster internships too. Crazy about gear, gadgets and tec-diving.
Ketut Nita - Accountant
Been here ages, taking care of financial matters - if we need money we have to get past her! Lives very locally so is a great source of information if you need to know about anything about Sanur.
Made Kusumadana - Driver & Operational Staff
Officially our driver, though doubles as operational staff too. Generally helpful if you are new to scuba - even wades into waist deep water if you are feeling off-balance entering on shore dives. Always knows where everything is and has driven to the dive sites so many times he could do it with his eyes closed - hopefully he doesn't!
Made Damper & Ketut Kholik - Boat Crew
These two come as a pair - collectively the boat crew of our second speedboat ('BS2'). Both born and bred in Sanur, they know everything there is to know about the ocean, tides and currents round here. These are the guys you want manning the boat for a particularly fast drift dive, because you know they'll be there when you hit the surface.