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  • History of the Safety Stop

    History of the Safety Stop

    Today, safety stops are a common practice. Every diver knows that before ascending, one should stop at 5 metres / 15 feet for three minutes to help off-gas the nitrogen absorbed while diving. The safety stop not only slows the release of nitrogen, which reduces the risk of decompression sickness, […]

  • Inspire your old buddies to join you on your next dive trip

    Inspire your old buddies to join you on your next dive trip

    If you’ve already experienced the beauty of the underwater world, it would be no surprise if you were itching to get back into the water. But many divers find themselves holding back from planning their next dive adventure because they simply have no-one to dive with! You may know many […]

  • Advice to New Scuba Divers from a PADI Instructor – Part 1

    Advice to New Scuba Divers from a PADI Instructor – Part 1

    So, you recently learned to dive. Congratulations and welcome to the scuba community! During your Open Water Diver Course, you became well versed in scuba diving basics. As a newly certified diver, you have a lot to remember. With that in mind, we came up with this list of PADI Instructor […]

  • PADI App Now Available in Multiple Languages!

    PADI App Now Available in Multiple Languages!

    The PADI App is the ultimate mobile hub for PADI divers, bringing a number of useful scuba tools to your fingertips whenever and wherever you may be travelling. Now, we are excited to announce that with the latest update release, the PADI App is now available to download free of […]

  • Top Diving Sites in Vietnam

    Top Diving Sites in Vietnam

    Vietnam is a paradise for divers and non-divers alike. Vietnam has a rich culture, delicious national dishes, friendly locals and unmatched natural beauty. Diving in Vietnam is possible all year round, although the main diving season is March through to October. Divers in Vietnam can expect to see dugongs, bamboo […]