Andrew Jenkins


A lover of sports, travel and currently a PADI Rescue Diver with plans of becoming a PADI Divemaster in the near future. Majority of diving has been throughout South East Asia and Australia with dreams of diving Silfra Fissure, Palau and exploring many more wrecks!

Recent blog posts written by Andrew Jenkins

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

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

11 August, 2015 at 8:00 pm Comments are Disabled

You may have heard your instructor or dive shop mention the PADI Advanced Open Water (AOW) Diver course. You may have even thought about enrolling in the course. But are you still wondering how the AOW course differs from the PADI Open Water Diver (OWD) course, and what new things […]

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The Colossal Humphead Wrasse

The Colossal Humphead Wrasse

10 August, 2015 at 5:44 pm Comments are Disabled

The humphead wrasse (Cheilinus undulates), commonly referred to as the Napoleon wrasse, Maori wrasse, or Napoleon fish, can be found hanging around coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific Oceans “from the Red Sea and the coast of East Africa to the central Pacific, south from Japan to New Caledonia”. Most people […]

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Dive Buddy Shout Out! #MyDiveBuddy

Dive Buddy Shout Out! #MyDiveBuddy

13 July, 2015 at 3:29 pm Comments are Disabled

Scuba diving is a social activity and one where many friendships are created. What better way to break the ice and bond than to explore the underwater world with others, experiencing and sharing all that it has to offer? We want you to show your dive buddy appreciation and give […]

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ScubaEarth Reaches 200,000+ Users

ScubaEarth Reaches 200,000+ Users

23 June, 2015 at 3:40 pm Comments are Disabled

We’re pleased to announce that ScubaEarth has now reach 200,000+ users, with this number continuing to grow at a rapid pace! We love seeing the passion for diving shared around the world. Whether that be through the 165,000+ dives that have been logged, the 58,000+ photos or dive videos that have […]

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A Brief History of the Recreational Scuba Regulator

A Brief History of the Recreational Scuba Regulator

21 May, 2015 at 5:15 pm Comments are Disabled

The history of diving starts with pictures found on the walls of caves depicting people breathing air underwater stored in goat bladders. Diving bells, hard hat, and surface supplied air laid the foundation for the equipment recreational scuba divers use today. As the name suggests, scuba diving today wouldn’t exist […]

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Why the Wolf Eel is the “Shrek” of the Sea

Why the Wolf Eel is the “Shrek” of the Sea

18 May, 2015 at 4:22 pm Comments are Disabled

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, there lived a giant, gnarly-looking creature who was strong, like The Hulk, and unattractive, like your aunt’s Christmas sweater. Many were afraid of him and assumed he was mean. Wait. Why are we talking about the animated film character Shrek […]

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