Michael J. Ranieri Michael Ranieri took his Open Water Diver course before visiting the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. He wanted to see the reef from a diver’s perspective and not from a glass bottom boat. Since then, in addition to scuba diving in Australia, he went scuba diving in The Philippines, Papua New Guinea, The Solomon Islands, Fiji, The World War II wrecks in Truk Lagoon, Chuuk, The Federated States Of Micronesia, World War I and World War II wrecks of Guam, The World War II wrecks of Palau, The Indian Ocean In The Maldives, The Red Sea In Egypt, Indonesia, The islands of Oahu and Maui in Hawaii, The Cenotes In Mexico, Drift diving in Cozumel, Mexico, The Similan Islands of The Andaman Sea in Thailand, Italy, Eleuthera Island and Exuma Cays in The Bahamas, The Caribbean Islands of Aruba and St. Maartin and The Florida Keys where he became a PADI Divemaster. He also does local wreck diving on the coast of the New Jersey shore. Michael is currently a PADI Master Instructor (MI) ,PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor (OWSI) and EFR Instructor. He teaches all levels of courses: Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Rescue Diver, Specialites (Wreck, Deep, Navigation, Nitrox, Peak Performance Bouyancy, Night, Dry Suit and Multi-Level), Divemaster and Assistant Instructors.
Michael also is professional member of SCUBABOARD.com where he answers any questions regarding scuba diving.
If he is not doing any of the above, he is probably planning his next dive vacation in another remote place of the world. He dreams about scuba diving.