Kirk L

I started diving in 2002 when a cousin suggested he might be interested in learning to dive.  That was all it took.  The staff at Go Get Lost are great, especially the Divemasters.  No one in the industry comes close to providing the individualized attention or level of service.  Top notch valet service.  Just pull up to the dive site, one of the Divemasters will run over to your car, unload all your gear, unpack it and set it up for you.  Have an empty cylinder which needs a fill?  No problem.  Just wave and a staff member will run your empty for a fill. 
Since the first day in the pool for my open water class it has been a wild ride.  Diving adventures have taken me to places as nearby as Haigh Quarry to places as far away as the Galapagos Islands.  I have done and seen things I never expected:  coming face to face with a paddlefish at Mermet Springs, to diving with whale sharks, scalloped hammerhead sharks and spotted eagle rays off the Galapagos Islands.  Of course, Galapagos doesn’t just have the giant animals, but small ones also – on one dive we were privileged to see sea horses nestled in the underwater vegetation.
One of the great blessings of diving is the opportunity to dive with my two oldest children, who started out in the Seal Team program with Go Get Lost and went on to become certified divers.  The two youngest look forward to the day when they become certified and can begin their own underwater adventures.