Brandon Scott


PADI Professional & PADI Marketing Executive for Asia Pacific.

Recent blog posts written by Brandon Scott

Plenty of treats await those who dare to night dive

Plenty of treats await those who dare to night dive

22 October, 2013 at 1:01 am Comments are Disabled

In countries around the world, nightfall on Halloween means spooky celebrations, costumes and lots of tasty treats. For divers looking to take their hobby to a whole new level, nightfall opens doors to new underwater worlds just begging to be explored. The best part? Night diving is an option any […]

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Project AWARE’s Ocean Action Project

Project AWARE’s Ocean Action Project

21 October, 2013 at 4:44 pm Comments are Disabled

The clock is ticking for this year’s Ocean Action Project applications. Project AWARE’s Ocean Action Project is in full swing. With just over a week left to submit applications, now is a great time to reflect on a couple of the winning projects from last year. The Koh Tao Debris […]

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Three Warm-Water Scuba Diving Destinations

Three Warm-Water Scuba Diving Destinations

11 October, 2013 at 6:00 pm Comments are Disabled

Dreaming of your next dive trip? For many divers, warm water and easy diving are the only way to go, but how to narrow it down? Here are three diver favorites that should be on your list. Indonesia Nearly 18,000 islands hugging the equator beg to be explored by ambitious […]

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New ScubaEarth Featured Destination – Brazil

New ScubaEarth Featured Destination – Brazil

25 September, 2013 at 4:25 pm Comments are Disabled

ScubaEarth has a brand new Featured Destination on Brazil. The largest country in South America, Brazil is a bucket-list destination for many travellers and divers from around the world. With a coastline spanning over 7000 kilometres/4300 miles long, Brazil is home to some truly incredible diving. Whether it’s the famous […]

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Make a Difference – Dive Against Debris

Make a Difference – Dive Against Debris

22 September, 2013 at 5:21 pm Comments are Disabled

Problems sometimes occur on such a massive scale that it seems as though one person’s actions couldn’t possibly make a difference. Too many people think “The ocean is so vast, one more piece of trash wont matter?” As divers, we’ve seen the results of this attitude and know it is […]

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Scuba Diving in South Korea

Scuba Diving in South Korea

17 September, 2013 at 7:35 pm Comments are Disabled

Famous for its cosmopolitan cities, century-old traditions and cutting-edge technology, South Korea is also an exciting and popular Asian dive destination. There are a number of diving locations off the Korean coastline that are accessible from all of the major cities including Seoul. South Korea is the definition of seasonal […]

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