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Underwater Sculptures in Grenada and Cancun

Underwater Sculptures in Grenada and Cancun

14 June, 2013 at 6:00 am Comments are Disabled

While humanity’s effect on our ocean can be negative, it can also be beautiful. For example: the Underwater Sculpture Gardens in Grenada and Cancun, created by British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor. The Molinere Underwater Sculpture Park in Grenada is a collection of ecological underwater art pieces situated within a National […]

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The Austrian Lake Where Hiking and Diving Meet

The Austrian Lake Where Hiking and Diving Meet

13 June, 2013 at 6:00 am Comments are Disabled

Austria’s storybook mountain scenery could make even the most outdoors-averse person want to get outside and maybe even spin around in a wildflower-dotted meadow. With the abundant high-altitude hiking opportunities in the country, it might come as a surprise that one of Austria’s most beautiful hiking spots is actually in […]

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ScubaEarth Featured Dive Site: Babylon

ScubaEarth Featured Dive Site: Babylon

11 June, 2013 at 11:13 am Comments are Disabled

The current Featured ScubaEarth Dive Site is Babylon, located just off the Cayman Islands. It is rated as a ’5 star dive’ by ScubaEarth users and this is a dive site not to be missed when diving in the Caribbean! The ScubaEarth overview includes the following; “Noted as one of the Top […]

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Bimini Scuba Diving: Hammerheads and More!

Bimini Scuba Diving: Hammerheads and More!

11 June, 2013 at 6:00 am Comments are Disabled

Our story begins on Instagram… When looking through images tagged #padi on Instagram, we came across one of the best Hammerhead shots we’ve ever seen. We were able to connect with the shooter, Grant Johnson, to get the story behind the shot, as well as learn a few interesting facts about Bimini… Grant […]

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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 Comments are Disabled

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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Scuba Diving with Mantas in the Maldives

Scuba Diving with Mantas in the Maldives

6 June, 2013 at 6:51 am Comments are Disabled

This post comes to us from guest blogger Chris Alstrand. You can follow Chris’ diving adventures on the blog The Dive Shack Tides   Lesley and I have a routine before a trip starts and it goes something like this: pack gear, weigh it, take a few items out, reweigh […]

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