Want to work underwater?

We would like to add someone to our team and are therefore reaching out. If you have what it takes to work as a dive-leader for new divers and you like to entertain people while doing so, this is your chance.

SNUBA SXM is looking for a colleague with the following qualities:

  • About 30 years old (grown up)
  • PADI Rescue diver
  • Local of Sint Maarten, Dutch or someone with work permit.
  • Punctual
  • Team Player
  • Multi Lingual:
    • English fluent (and grammatically mostly correct) and
    • Spanish, Dutch, German, French, Portuguese, or Italian
  • Knowledge of or willing to learn WordPress and in possession of laptop or mechanical experience with boat engines and able to drive single engine boats.
  • Ability to think “outside the box”.
  • Loyal and Professional.
  • NON Smoker.

After being trained up to SNUBA Guide, you will become part of a young, energetic team which caters to tourists. You will have a decent salary based on your abilities and days worked. Health insurance and taxes are paid. You will also share in the tips and ultimately become at least Dive Master and EFR Instructor. You will gain plenty of experience in boat handling.

Work 4 days a week in lower season and 5-6 days a week when we’re packed in high season.

Seasonal job optional, Internship also available.

Send your resume to info at snubasxm etcetera

 

It is a Multiple Cruise Ship Day

I Decided to investigate the visibility with my drone this morning, so after the pre flight checks, sent the Mavic into the sky and headed out to oversee Great Bay and the harbor.

Today we seem to have three cruise ships in of which  two Royal Caribbean with which we have contracts. And although we only have a few guests this afternoon, it is really good to see this all happening again.

The Christmas Winds, as the locals call them, are blowing vastly. Three weeks late for Christmas of course, but well… everything is late in Sint Maarten, so no surprise there.

As you might be able to see in the pictures, the visibility is clearing up nicely now, I can see big patches of the bottom, even from a height of almost 200ft / 60mtr up in the air.

There is not much going on yet in Sint Maartens’ capital, Philipsburg. Everybody is still waking up, drinking their coffee or finishing their preparations. Soon, it will be one of the busier days since September 4th, 2017. I live a ten minute walk from Philipsburg, but it could take over 20 minutes by car when this all starts happening. amazing!

Looking forward to a good day with nice guests and dives.

New galleries with pictures will be processed, posted and announced later today.

See you all one day for your SNUBA Experience with us in Sint Maarten, Caribbean.