Diving

3 High-Flying Spots for Altitude Diving

3 High-Flying Spots for Altitude Diving

19 May, 2014 at 12:54 am 0 comments

You’ve dived in more spots than you can count – now is the time to broaden your horizons and try something new. Altitude diving is when you dive in water that is 300 to 3,000 meters (1,000 to 10,000 feet) above sea level, which means you can explore places most […]

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Get from A to B with PADI Drift Diver

Get from A to B with PADI Drift Diver

14 May, 2014 at 1:59 am 0 comments

There’s something about the sheer beauty of the underwater world that makes divers just want to let go of every care in the world. With vibrant reefs and mysterious sea creatures swimming past, it can be tempting to just go with the flow. But there is an art to following […]

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5 reasons why Nudibranchs aren’t boring

5 reasons why Nudibranchs aren’t boring

9 May, 2014 at 8:20 am 0 comments

For some reason, Nudibranchs – also known as sea slugs – are often associated with being boring. Maybe that’s due to their land counterparts, the slug, but more than likely it’s because divers just don’t know enough about these incredible creatures. Here are just five reasons why nudibranchs deserve extra […]

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ScubaEarth Video Contest Winner Tony Ernst

ScubaEarth Video Contest Winner Tony Ernst

7 May, 2014 at 3:57 pm 0 comments

Congratulations to Tony Ernst, April’s winner of the ScubaEarth GoPro Video Contest! Tony, a PADI Instructor at Pompano Beach Dive Center, Pompano, FL, USA receives a GoPro Hero3+, underwater housing and filter set courtesy of our friends at GoPro. Tony’s video, Shipwreck Diving in Pompano Beach, is a high-speed laundry list […]

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Become a PADI Rebreather Diver

Become a PADI Rebreather Diver

6 May, 2014 at 5:15 pm 0 comments

Rebreathers used to just be for technical divers and the military, but all of that’s changed. Thanks to newer, user-friendly designs, now recreational divers can use rebreathers as well with many divers finding they actually prefer rebreathers to open-circuit units because of the following benefits: Very little to no bubbles: How […]

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10 Steps To Responsible Scuba Travel

10 Steps To Responsible Scuba Travel

1 May, 2014 at 9:36 am 0 comments

Today’s article is a re-post from The Wanderlusters. We came across this article on their Twitter feed and thought it had some great ideas and an important message worth sharing. Guest post author: Charli Photos by Ben If you’re a certified scuba diver, chances are that you will have heard […]

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