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Dive expertise for the discriminating adventurer

Island Time Scuba, Inc. has been organizing and leading expeditions and training divers since 1987. Attention to detail is our specialty while assisting you with dream-come-true diving adventures. From the easy Cozumel and Caribbean to remote Iceland and Antarctica, we’ve been there, done that and got the t-shirt (although sometimes we’ve had to make our own, since the destinations were so remote they didn’t have any shirts!) Our focus is on YOUR experience. We choose the right operators in the right destinations during the best time of year to maximize your opportunity for breathtaking animal encounters, cultural experiences and safety.

Nancy McGee head shot Nancy McGee - Expedition Leader
Explorer and filmmaker Nancy McGee lives a life of adventure and diversity. Known as Ms. Exosuit, AKA the Pachyderm Princess, she is the first female Exosuit pilot as well as a magazine centerfold (next to a 3000 lb. swimming elephant). The Explorers Club recognized her with a Fellowship for her explorations, which include filming in locations so remote that local natives have never before seen Western people. Nancy’s expeditions have launched several regions to responsible eco-tourism, including the Andaman Islands (India) and the Forgotten Islands (Indonesia). She has dived seven continents in a marine career spanning more than 40 years. Nancy attained the rank of PADI master instructor. Nancy produces, edits and films her own documentaries with a focus on conservation and education. She is a frequent contributor to dive journals and is a featured speaker and emcee for national and international shows, film festivals and schools. Nancy was inducted into the Women Divers Hall of Fame in 2008 and is the first female Exosuit pilot.

Pat Madden in Uluru Patrick Madden - Expedition Leader 

Patrick “Pat” Madden has been diving since 1968, becoming a Certified Master Instructor/Instructor Trainer. He is a retired 26-year Veteran of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and was the dive supervisor and instructor of the RCMP Underwater Recovery Team in Manitoba Canada for 7 years. He has trained in Underwater Archaeology, Pollution & Sedimentology, and Marine Biology. Pat was the Project Leader for the successful search and recovery of a historic 1928 Fokker aircraft from a lake in Northern Canada. He has also made underwater discoveries in the Connecticut River, such as remains of a historic bridge, and artifacts from the turn-of-the-20th Century log drives. Pat has been featured in documentaries by National Geographic and Canadian television networks such as the CBC, CTV, and Global TV. Pat is a Member National of The Explorers Club and a Fellow in the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. He is also a recipient of the SSA Platinum Pro 5000 Dive Award and attained the ranks of Master Instructor and Instructor Trainer.