Do you want to dive with no restrictions and become the highest skilled recreational diver you can be? Want to do all this without having to pay application fees? Become a Master Scuba Diver and receive the highest non-professional recreational diving certification PADI offers, and for the rest of this […]Read more ›
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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 […]Read more ›
PADI Diving Society and Sport Diver magazine are celebrating 15 years of PADI Diving Society with the February Question of the Month below! First, check out the January Question of the Month and all of the responses… Maybe you’ll add a new dive destination to your wish list? February – Question […]Read more ›
The guru might have, once or twice – well in the past before enlightenment status, been accused of trying to start his own tribe. Fortunately, for everyone involved, it didn’t work out too well. But, it wasn’t until the Guru looked into what tribes are actually made of that the […]Read more ›
Not to show the Guru’s age (after all, shouldn’t Guru’s be timeless? Or is it ageless?), but back when the Dive Guru™ learned to dive, it was a much gentler time. In fact, it was just much gentler and everyone had more time. What that means is that the Guru’s […]Read more ›
Dive Gurus™ are all about self improvement and sharing this knowledge with others. Now, Self Improvement Month isn’t until September, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t embrace change every now and again to make yourself a better person. Or, in the Dive Guru’s case – a better diver. Improving yourself […]Read more ›