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Google Street View to bring the Galapagos to your screen

Google Street View to bring the Galapagos to your screen

3 August, 2013 at 6:11 pm 0 comments

Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands rank high on the bucket lists of many divers. But while you’re saving up for that ultimate experience, Google is providing a unique way to get an underwater look at the sights that make the islands such a diver’s paradise. Hikers and divers worked for 10 days to […]

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Scuba diving therapy may aid physical and mental recovery

Scuba diving therapy may aid physical and mental recovery

28 July, 2013 at 3:45 pm 0 comments

Suffering a major injury can be devastating. Not only does the injury affect a person’s physical well-being, but their mental health as well. While there are numerous therapies depending on the type of injury, more people are learning of the many benefits scuba diving may provide for those who suffer […]

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ScubaEarth Infographic – Latest Stats

ScubaEarth Infographic – Latest Stats

28 July, 2013 at 7:00 am 0 comments

It’s been a busy few months on ScubaEarth and we wanted to share some of the more interesting stats about the site and also you, the users of ScubaEarth. We created the ScubaEarth infographic below to illustrate growth of our site. In it you’ll find out which diver has the […]

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Support Project AWARE with ScubaEarth Dollars for Dives

Support Project AWARE with ScubaEarth Dollars for Dives

16 July, 2013 at 3:06 pm 0 comments

Support Project AWARE this August with Dollars for Dives For every dive logged on ScubaEarth during the month of August 2013, PADI will donate one dollar per dive to support the conservation efforts of our favorite non-profit organization Project AWARE – up to $100,000US. If you haven’t visited scubaearth.com recently, […]

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Coral Reef-Safe Sunscreen for Scuba Diving?

Coral Reef-Safe Sunscreen for Scuba Diving?

27 June, 2013 at 2:28 pm 0 comments

What’s the Best Sunscreen for Scuba Diving? View the updated post… Growing up in the Pacific Northwest United States, sunscreen was something I bought once every five years. This a terrible idea, if course, because sunscreens expire in 1-3 years. I wised up after becoming an active diver and have spent […]

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Mountain River diving in the Verzasca

Mountain River diving in the Verzasca

23 June, 2013 at 2:14 am 0 comments

Tucked away on the other side of some formidable mountain passes (still closed in June this year due to snow) and long road tunnels sits the Italian part of Switzerland – The canton of  Ticino. The change from one side of the mountains to the other can be drastic, not just from […]

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