Post Tagged with: "Cousteau"

Interview with PADI’s First AmbassaDiver, Charlotte Burns

Interview with PADI’s First AmbassaDiver, Charlotte Burns

24 July, 2015 at 8:21 am Comments are Disabled

This is a special edition in PADI’s “Women in Diving” series and follows a historic weekend for female divers around the world. More than 330 events were scheduled for PADI Women’s Dive Day on 18 July 2015, representing over 60 countries, and all seven continents. Several events featured guest speakers, […]

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Jacques Cousteau the father of Scuba diving

Jacques Cousteau the father of Scuba diving

27 January, 2014 at 3:54 am Comments are Disabled

Divers owe a lot to Jacques Cousteau. Often nicknamed “the father of scuba diving,” Cousteau played a huge role in the development of modern scuba diving. He also raised awareness of various marine life and opened eyes to the problems that endanger it. Here are just three of the ways […]

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Diving in the fin steps of Cousteau

Diving in the fin steps of Cousteau

2 December, 2013 at 4:05 am Comments are Disabled

Are you looking for a new diving site to explore? Then look to none other than Jacques Cousteau, the “father of scuba diving,” and check out one of his favorite dive spots! Here are just three locations where you can dive in the fin steps of Cousteau: Blue Hole, Dahab: Located […]

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