Brian Hubler... Born and raised in Pennsylvania, spent 5 years in the Army, 3 of those in Germany.  Married with two kids, small business owner for the past 15 years.  Started diving in 2006 and fell in love with it.  Dove a lot and took a lot of specialty classes to learn as much as possible to become a good diver.  Currently, an open water instructor with technical diving and trimix certifications.

Perspective from a new instructor……
What brought me to the point of working my butt off for my OW instructor certification?  It was a bit more work than I thought it.  It was hard in some ways, but only required the commitment to finish.  The whole OW experience builds as each step from the open water certification - rescue diver - master scuba diver – dive master - instructor.  I like helping people learn and discover the joy & serenity in diving.  Although I am discovering how much I am still learning myself.  I would like to see people take classes beyond OW.  It is a lot of fun and it makes us all better divers.  Getting the commitment to sign up for classes (regardless of level) is the toughest part of the job for instructors.  World is a crazy place, but committing to something you love and going further is fun and beneficial.  Contact Brian

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Gear of Choice

Recreational/Instructional Gear 
Gear – I use what is comfortable and effective and just a bit better than what I think I’ll need.
Zeagle Stiletto BC
Zeagle Flathead 7 regulator
Henderson Wet Suits
Hollis tech fins

Ask me about:
Small businesses
Tech diving
Wrecks
Open water instruction
Going to the next level

Favorite Dive Sites:
Anything with a wreck to explore

Favorite Quote:
Personal responsibility counts everywhere, especially in diving’