Boracay Scuba

The feeling of weightlessness. The magnificent marine life It’s a once-in-a-lifetime rush. And it’s called scuba diving. There’s no better place to do it in than in the island paradise of Boracay. And there’s no other dive shop more eager to show you the way than Boracay Scuba.


Our Team

With 32 years of diving experience, more than 15,000 dives and over 1,000 students under our belt, our team is up there as far as qualifications go. Trust us to keep you safe and give you a good time when you commit to dive with us.

 

 

Louis Claver
Master Instructor 56677
Diving Since:
1987
Logged Dives:
10,000+ hours
Starting in 1994, Louis has been diving the seas of Boracay longer than most instructors on the island. Prior to Boracay, he has worked as a divemaster and dive instructor for the country’s top dive destinations like Club Paradise, El Nido, and Tubbataha. He is the shop’s head instructor and also its majority owner so you know it’s in his best interest to keep all the guests safe and happy.

Djila Winnebrenner
Open Water Scuba Instructor
Diving Since:
1996
Logged Dives:
2000+ hours
Djila taught scuba diving and managed a popular dive resort in Anilao, Batangas before moving into Boracay and help set up Boracay Scuba. If Louis is the head instructor, Djila’s the head party planner. Her skill in bringing people together has helped us widen our network of satisfied guests.

Tantan Rosal
Open Water Scuba Instructor
Diving Since:
1991
Logged Dives:
5,000+ hours
Tantan worked as a divemaster and instructor in Club Paradise, El Nido, Tubbataha and Amanpulo before moving to Boracay in 2004. He is also into underwater videography and has done projects for various international and local productions.

Rey Kabigting
Open Water Scuba Instructor
Diving Since:
1991
Logged Dives:
5,000+ hours
This former citizen of the corporate world quit his job in 1999 to train as a dive instructor and hasn’t stopped diving since. Rey gained valuable experience serving as dive instructor for the 5-star Amanpulo resort before becoming part of our team.

Guiller Sangayab
Divemaster
Diving Since:
2003
Logged Dives:
1,000+ hours
Though aiming to be a dive instructor one day, Guill has gone a long way from the mountains of the north and has gained valuable experience as one of our divemasters. His contribution to running the shop’s day-to-day chores also deserves a special mention.

Oliver Claver
Divemaster-Candidate
Diving Since:
1999
Logged Dives:
600+ hours
Proving that good diving skills are in their genes, Oliver is on his way to become a Boracay scuba divemaster. Though he knows the instructors won’t give him any special treatment, he is steadily holding his own, and has even acquired good underwater photography skills.

Hiro Kuwahara
Divemaster
Diving Since:
1999
Logged Dives:
200+ hours
Hiro was an expat working in Manila when he was bitten by the diving bug, eventually earning his divemaster certification in 2003. His many years in the Philippines have made him half-Japanese and all-Filipino. Now based in Europe, he still visits once a year to dive with Boracay Scuba.

Brad Turvey
Divemaster
Diving Since:
2005
Logged Dives:
250+ hours
It takes real commitment for someone working in show business to earn a divemaster certification, so you know celebrity brad isn’t acting when he wants you to have a safe and fun dive. When he finds some free time in his busy schedule, Brad heads to Boracay Scuba and helps us take care of our guests.