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Croatian Off to Bali for ‘Best Dive Job in the World’

LorenaLorena Derežanin, the only Croatian who was in the race to win “The Best Job Dive in the World”, an international competition organised by Blue Season Bali resort, is off to Bali…

We promoted Lorena two months ago to try and help her get votes and yesterday we received news from her that she had done it. Lorena (27), who is from the capital Zagreb, is one of eight candidates that will travel to Bali in May next year to compete for the Grand Prize while taking on a challenging six-week-training program to become certified PADI Divemasters. During the last week, the eight competitors will face the final elimination round. One by one they will be eliminated until the final winner is revealed.

Ultimately, ONE Winner will take the Grand Prize, which includes all the necessary training to become a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer, standard accommodation while in training, a complete set of Aqua Lung gear, a Suunto D6 dive computer, a waterproof Intova HD camera, all the learning material needed to succeed, examination and registration fees, and a full-time work contract with Blue Season Bali. Well done, Lorena!

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