What You Need to Know About the PADI Rescue Diver Course

What You Need to Know About the PADI Rescue Diver Course BY PATRICIA WUEST FEBRUARY 15, 2017   The Rescue Diver course is known for being a demanding course — both physically…

Adopt a Shark, Dolphin, Whale, Orca or Sea Turtle

Adopt a Shark, Dolphin, Whale, Orca or Sea Turtle  OCEANA PRESS RELEASE YESTERDAY AT 10:15AM   Courtesy Oceana Adopt a sea turtle — or shark, blue whale, orca, clownfish, dolphin and…

What’s the Difference Between PADI Open Water Diver and Advanced Open Water?

11 August, 2015 at 8:00 pm What’s the Difference Between PADI Open Water Diver and Advanced Open Water? Posted by Andrew Jenkins You may have heard your instructor or dive shop…

7 Heavenly European dive destinations

7 Heavenly European dive destinations Europe may not be as tropical as the Caribbean or the South Pacific, but we have our fair share of wonders. Our dive destinations range…

The 20 Coolest Macro Creatures in the Ocean BY BROOKE MORTON SEPTEMBER 28, 2016   In the big, blue ocean, oftentimes it’s the little things that capture a diver’s fascination — here…

Diving Fundamentals: Keep Your Mask On

Although it’s often the first piece of gear to come off at the end of the dive, here’s a case for keeping your mask on. Their scuba mask is usually…

Diving from a 4000-berth liveaboard

Diving from a 4000-berth liveaboard 27 January 2017 Royal Caribbean International says it has become the first cruise line to provide onboard PADI 5* dive-centres for its guests. Guests will…

Scuba Diving FAQs

Scuba Diving FAQs September 6, 2016   iStockphoto Thinking about trying scuba diving? We answer some pressing FAQs. Thinking about taking the plunge and pursuing a scuba diving certification? We…

PADI Celebrates a Milestone with 25 Million Certifications

27 January, 2017 at 5:27 am PADI Celebrates a Milestone with 25 Million Certifications Posted by Tara Bradley Connell 25 millionth certification winner, Sarah Gleeson   On 29 December 2016, in…

Diving and disappointment

Diving and disappointment It’s finally happened…After 20 years of glorious diving and a few hundred dives under my belt I’ve come back from a liveaboard feeling disappointed. I’m even rather…