Diving

Become a Better Dive Buddy, Become a PADI Rescue Diver

Become a Better Dive Buddy, Become a PADI Rescue Diver

18 June, 2013 at 1:46 pm 0 comments

Who would you rather have as a buddy? An Open Water Diver or a PADI Rescue Diver? Scuba diving is the gateway to a lifetime of exciting adventures, and by continuing your training through PADI’s Rescue Diver course you can experience greater confidence and comfort when diving. Whether you’re a […]

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Tips for Purchasing Your First Underwater Camera

Tips for Purchasing Your First Underwater Camera

10 June, 2013 at 6:04 am 0 comments

One of the questions we hear frequently is, “I want to try taking photos underwater, what kind of camera should I get?” The underwater world is an amazing place, and hard to describe in words alone. With the right camera, training and experience, you can capture images of your scuba […]

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World Record: Scuba Diving in 100+ Countries

World Record: Scuba Diving in 100+ Countries

9 June, 2013 at 6:21 am 0 comments

For most people, diving in a dozen countries is a feat worth bragging about. But what if you hit the 100-country mark? Furthermore, what if you claimed the World Record for scuba diving in the most countries? PADI Pro Karin Sinniger dove her way right into the record books in […]

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Full face mask diving

Full face mask diving

8 June, 2013 at 1:50 am 0 comments

Its often the case that we try new things by chance, and so it was with the OCEAN REEF fullface mask (FFM) and integrated communications. Having completed my Tec Sidemount course and with a few dives left before I was needed in Sharm el Sheikh for the PADI Business Academy, I […]

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5 steps to happy dives

5 steps to happy dives

4 June, 2013 at 12:00 am 0 comments

For many of us diving is a part of our lives that also needs to fit around other commitments. Often, we fit our diving in at weekends or during our holidays. So it is important to get the most out of every dive. To do this it is essential to be prepared […]

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ScubaEarth Power User Roel Schulting

ScubaEarth Power User Roel Schulting

22 May, 2013 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Like many PADI Pros, Roel Schulting always had an interest in the underwater world. Raised in The Netherlands, he completed his open water and advanced training in water that was 7 degrees Celsius /44 degrees Fahrenheit. After taking a break from diving after college, Roel picked it up again “with […]

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