Michael is diving using only closed circuit rebreathers for years and as an instructor he trains people only for that. Everyone who met him knows that it is his great passion, in which there is no compromises. He puts pressure on professionalism in training, in equipment selection. The password “Extend your limits” fits perfectly to his philosophy of diving. The best evidence of that is his diving in the flooded Uranium Mine in Kowary to the depths 156m. Always smiling, full of optimism and passion, he shares his experience with the people who wants to enter safely to the world of rebreathers.
He believes that the most important in training are people and their safety, so every free moment he spends on developing himself and training in this diving field.
My adventure with diving started…
The thought about diving came to my mind in year 1994 and I decided to put it into practice. Unfortunately the unfavorable circumstances caused that I put this wish off in time until year 2000 when I did my desired P1.
As a diver I am mostly proud of…
my students when I see how they develop in exploration.
One of my most exciting diving expedition was…
There is not just one single place. These are Baltic wrecks as well as cave diving, explorations in the Uranium Mine in Kowary. I hope the best dives are still ahead of me.
My biggest dream about diving is still…
Caves in Florida, wrecks of the Truk Lagoon.
My biggest advice to divers – beginner is…
Choose a good instructor as well as a diving partner.
Always remember that you are responsible not only for your partner under water but also for family members and other close people left above the water.
I dive in SANTI, because
I do not like compromises! For me the most important thing is quality, comfort, precision with which SANTI carries out its products and perfect match to the diver’s needs.
Undoubtedly, the advantage is that it is a Polish brand.
Apart from diving my other interests are…
Kitesurfing during the summer, skis and snowboard during the winter. I have also started my adventure with a parachuting last year.
Currently I am working on…
Further exploration of the Uranium Mine in Kowary.
- If I wouldn’t dive I would…
I would sign up for a diving course.