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  • The 500 Million Year Old Nautilus

    The 500 Million Year Old Nautilus

    A member of the cephalopod family, the Nautilus is like a swimming snail with tentacles. This living fossil has changed very little in the past 500 million years. Slow to mature and slow to maneuver, the Nautilus can live to be 100 years old. Even with poor vision the Nautilus […]

  • 3 Incredible WWII Wreck Dives

    3 Incredible WWII Wreck Dives

    “Does any one know where the love of God goes when the waves turn the minutes to hours?” – Gordon Lightfoot Diving on a WWII wreck helps us connect to our heritage and gain insight into our past. When our favorite diving environments host a piece of history, it’s our […]

  • Find Your Favorite Critters on ScubaEarth®

    Find Your Favorite Critters on ScubaEarth®

    Are you looking for more detailed information about specific underwater critters or animals? Do you need help identifying critters you saw on a dive? The Critter Finder feature on ScubaEarth shows detailed information and great photos of just about any animal you’ll see underwater. Start exploring Critter Finder by clicking […]

  • I Heart My PADI Pro 2015 Contest

    I Heart My PADI Pro 2015 Contest

    In the business of changing lives through incredible experiences and adventures, PADI Instructors, Divemasters and Assistant Instructors are amazing people. We believe there are many PADI Professionals whose hard work and dedication sometimes goes unnoticed. That’s why we want to hear from you! Learning to scuba dive can change one’s […]

  • Discover Top Dive Sites with the PADI App

    Discover Top Dive Sites with the PADI App

    There are so many destinations to travel to, and so many sites to dive. So how can you find the best places to experience the magic and tranquility of the underwater world? The PADI App allows you to search for dive sites based on geographic location. When you locate a dive […]