Danielle Schofield


Marketing Coordinator - PADI Europe, Middle East and Africa

Recent blog posts written by Danielle Schofield

Be Part of a Scuba Guinness World Record on Friday 12th September

Be Part of a Scuba Guinness World Record on Friday 12th September

11 September, 2014 at 10:50 am 0 comments

Eilat Red Sea are inviting scuba divers from all over the world – including you – to join them in setting a new Guinness World Record as part of “Storm in the Sea”. This exciting event takes place tomorrow, Friday 12th September, when hundreds of divers, 26 diving instructors, 32 production members […]

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PADI TecRec – The Way the World Learns to Dive, Tec

PADI TecRec – The Way the World Learns to Dive, Tec

11 September, 2014 at 7:48 am 0 comments

PADI TecRec courses are designed specifically for divers wanting to explore beyond the bounds of the recreational diving envelope. Covering the full range of backmount and sidemount open circuit courses, recreational and technical rebreather training, as well as technical specialties, PADI TecRec courses differ in approach to PADI’s recreational courses […]

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How to navigate a shipwreck without a compass

How to navigate a shipwreck without a compass

7 September, 2014 at 12:30 am 0 comments

When exploring the underwater world, many scuba divers rely on a waterproof compass to find their way back to the boat. Navigating a shipwreck, however, can be more challenging. The presence of metal (of which is usually in abundance around a wreck) may interfere with the compass’s magnetism, meaning you […]

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Stay Safe: Surface Signal Devices

Stay Safe: Surface Signal Devices

6 September, 2014 at 12:30 am 0 comments

When you take the plunge under water, the world above the surface doesn’t pause; everything keeps moving, and in the unlikely event that the dive boat continues onward without you or you get separated from the rest of your dive buddies, you will need a way to attract attention. It […]

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8 Must-Dive Tec Destinations

8 Must-Dive Tec Destinations

3 September, 2014 at 12:30 am 0 comments

Technical diving is no easy feat, but it is a challenge that is highly rewarding and well worth the time spent learning the skills. Technical divers have the opportunity to see untouched spots that are beyond 40 meters (130 feet) deep and embark on unique expeditions. Take a look at […]

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5 Tips for Skin Diving on Holiday

5 Tips for Skin Diving on Holiday

2 September, 2014 at 1:00 am 0 comments

You might not have scuba diving experience, but that doesn’t mean you can’t explore the underwater world and see what it has to offer. Skin diving (snorkelling whilst making breath-hold dives to get closer to aquatic life) is popular with divers as a surface interval activity, but it’s also a great […]

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