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Bill Coltart is a Cave Explorer, Film Maker and Technical Diving Instructor from Vancouver Island, Canada. He has been teaching Rebreather and Technical Diving for over fifteen years, in addition to running a busy Dive Center and Charter operation.

Bill has filmed for various Television and Film projects including A&E’s ‘Walking amongst the Sharks’, Tokyo Broadcastings ‘Amazing Animals’, BBC’s ‘Land of the Mammoth’, PBS’ ‘Mystery Alaska’ and most recently the reality TV series ‘Ice Road Truckers’. In addition to teaching and filming, he is a regular contributor to various diving publications.

Together with his wife Sharon, they routinely lead groups of divers to various International Destinations. He also works as a Paramedic for the British Columbia Ambulance Service and for the past ten years has served as the Medical and Safety Supervisor for International Freediving competitions, helping to pioneer groundbreaking safety protocols and standards allowing for numerous depth records to be set.

Utilizing his medical expertise, Bill has served on the Advisory Panel and as response coordinator for the Canadian Medical Assistance Team and has volunteered during International Disasters in Indonesia, Pakistan, Haiti, Bangladesh, Japan and the US Gulf Coast. He is often called on by the UN to teach disaster response and coordination courses to various aid agencies. He also sits on the Board of Directors for the British Columbia Dive Association.

Bill is part of a group currently surveying and documenting the longest underwater cave in Canada, located in the mountain ranges of Northern Vancouver Island.

Sharon Morgan has been an avid Rebreather Diver for nearly 15 years and experienced on four different units. She is a retail manager at Pacific Pro Dive and also runs her own travel business, Sea the World Dive and Adventure Travel where she leads hundreds of enthusiastic travellers to exciting destinations worldwide. Sharon has an excellent eye for tiny reef critters and is often found on a colorful piece of reef with camera in hand. 

101-2270 Cliffe Avenue, Courtenay, British Columbia., V9N 2L4, Canada    tel (250)338-6829  fax (250)338-2473  email:

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