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A Working Diver
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Are you an inland diver, offshore diver or both?
Wherever there's work
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Spend time with family.
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At 9:06am on March 21, 2011, Dan Simion said…
Almost forgot, try calling this guy, he needs more divers...http://jrdykk.no/
At 9:01am on March 21, 2011, Dan Simion said…
Hello, the scallops are mostly from Hitra and Frøya, the company i know about is Seashell, just do a search on the net with the locations, good luck :)
At 4:27am on March 21, 2011, scott zellie said…
Hi Dan, do you know of any scallop company there in Norway that are looking for any divers? The only problem i have is i dont speak norwegian. Any info would be greatfully appreciated. thanks Dan
At 5:56am on November 16, 2009, Dan Simion said…
Hi again, in norway we dive mostly in dry suits, because of the cold water, at most companies they have the equipment u need, its anyway ok to have your own drysuit, as for the scallops company u have to have your own scuba gear.
The only wetsuit is the hot water suit used in offshore diving.
At 5:36am on November 16, 2009, Erik Golub said…
Dan I forgot to ask if fish farming companies ask divers to bring their own gear or do they supply the divers? Do you dive in a dry suit or a wet suit? Sorry to bother you with all the question I'm just curious as to how things are in this branch of diving.
At 10:58am on November 15, 2009, Dan Simion said…
For a new diver its about 200-250kr/hour, its not easy for a foreigner to find work, in norway u should be able to speak norwegian, most of the supervisors are old and dont speak other languages, some friends of mine work with picking scallops, but then again this is not for permanent basis. Just focus on finishing the school and get the certificates, make some friends and have a lot of patience, then suddenly an opportunity will come to u, but dont depend on a job the day u finnish, then u will be dissapointed.
At 10:46am on November 15, 2009, Erik Golub said…
Thank you for the reply Dan. How's the work at the farm? I heard that the payment is around 300 NOK/hour? Is that true? Also I'd like to know if it's possible for foreigners after finishing the course at NYD to get work at a fish farm or can only norwegians apply to such a company?
At 4:21am on November 15, 2009, Dan Simion said…
Hi Erik, yes i have been living in Norway for 20 years, the course was very good, i found work but only in fishfarms, i want to find something more challenging like construction etc. I am sure something will pop up, u just have to be patient and ready to work, best of luck to u.
At 1:04am on November 15, 2009, Erik Golub said…
Hi Dan. I see you went to NYD. Are you from Norway? Anyway I wanted to ask how you liked the course and if you were able to find work anywhere after the course. Stay safe.
At 6:55pm on November 14, 2009, shawn roberts said…
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