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STEVE MARTIN

Steve Martin - Sidemount Diving Specialist, PADI Course Director and Technical Instructor Trainer

Steve Martin is a sidemount specialist and can be found all over the world, diving and offering training to others, his company Sidemount Scuba Diving since 2009.

Steve said “I am one of the few people in the dive industry lucky enough to find something I enjoy and am truly passionate about!! I owe alot to all the divers who train with me, so thank you all”

Steve is now one of the key people leading the field in the development of Sidemount diving. Ever since 2009, Steve dedicated his time to travelling around the globe, promoting through diving and instruction Side Mount to others.

Steve discovered side mount when learning cave diving back in 2008 (instructor Steve Bogaerts), after Steve made his first dive on sidemount configuration he knew right then and there, that his life was about to change!!

After a year gaining experience diving in sidemount, Steve setup and developed his own company and world renowned training course Sidemount Essentials Steve most recently appeared in Sport Diver January 2012 edition, article “Sidemount diving – the next big thing in British diving?”

Steve is highly experienced diving sidemount in both cold and warm water locations around the globe. Sidemount equipment is his preferred choice and it's been a long time since he's been seen diving using anything else!

Steve has joined fourth elements test team and his valuable feedback will help keep our R&D department on their toes.

Find out more at: www.sidemountscubadiving.com

Follow: www.facebook.com/sidemounting

Visit: www.youtube.com/sidemountscubadiving

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