Marcus Kitching-Howe

Marcus Kitching-Howe

Marcus joins us from Stuart Coves in the Bahamas where he was dive operations and water sports manager at the luxury Albany resort in Nassau.

Marcus is a PADI Course Director, an EFR Instructor Trainer and Shark Feeder Trainer. He has performed underwater modelling for The Times Magazine and was the principle underwater stunt man on movies such as “Isolation” (2015) and more recently “L’Odyssee”, released 12 October 2016, where Marcus was the underwater stunt double for Lambert Wilson who plays Jacques Cousteau and also Pierre Niney who plays Philippe Cousteau.

Marcus has also worked with Tom Cruise, Audrey Taotou and underwater specialist cameraman Peter Zuccarini.

Marcus’s passion lies in teaching people to be confident, safe divers. Enjoying a challenge, he has worked with many ‘wounded warrior’ type projects in America, retraining wounded service personnel to become PADI Instructors on IDC Courses. Marcus also created the hugely successful “Internship Program” between Sea Experience Dive Centre, Florida and Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas for newly qualified PADI Instructors.

We continue to see the positive impact Marcus is having on Diveshack and the dive industry in Malta.


I highly recommend diving with Dive Shack!! The staff are kind and patient, they have ample equipment, very reasonably priced, overall fantastic experience!! And our guide Rafa was awesome!

Amanda Bogen

I went to Malta in January and booked a try dive with Diveshack which was lead by Christina. It was such a fantastic experience that I decided to do the open water diver course and even the advanced course right afterwards. Christina was my instructor during all lessons and I had a lot of fun! Would recommend everyone to go diving with Diveshack and her.

Nico Ueck

Possibly the best dive shop I've been to anywhere in the world. Excellent and professional dive staff, good equipment, and a friendly and organized booking staff. I would definitely dive with them again!

Mark The Brouch


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