Maritime archaeologist is a scuba diving job that explores archaeological remains in or near the water. Marine archaeologists piece together information about humanity’s past by diving wrecks, harbours, lakes, etc. Sarah Linden is a maritime archaeologist and PADI Instructor. We asked her to tell us a little about her job […]Read more ›
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PADI recently interviewed Cameron Schwaiger from Kew in Victoria who took up his dream job as a PADI Divemaster at Academy of Scuba, a PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Centre in Glen Iris and Rye. Describe a typical day in your working life as a PADI Divemaster. For me […]Read more ›
PADI recently released an updated version of the PADI Open Water Diver course. Just for fun, we thought we’d share with you some of what goes into producing new PADI materials. We sat down with PADI Media Producer Niccole Chicca-Sherman to get the behind-the-scenes scoop. If Niccole’s name isn’t familiar, […]Read more ›
Hernan Bermejo is a familiar face to any PADI Diver who’s taken a course in the past few years. He appears in the new Open Water Diver materials and on the cover of our Scuba Tune-Up manual – among other places. We asked Hernan to tell us a little bit […]Read more ›
Learning to be comfortable underwater is a challenge in itself, but imagine trying to be comfortable underwater while posing for pictures. In a recent photo shoot for PADI’s revised Open Water Diver manual, underwater model and free diver Estrella Navarro Holm proved that it takes more than being a good […]Read more ›
Manuel Bustelo is a thrill seeker. From skiing, mountain biking or high altitude trekking, Manuel loves it all and the adrenaline rush that comes with seeing the world from a unique perspective. He recalls contemplating sunsets at 6000 meters, “I thought that mountaineers were the lucky ones who could appreciate […]Read more ›