Are you at a point in your dive training where you’re exploring different certifications? How would you like to learn to observe and explore like an underwater scientist? If so, it’s time to discover the PADI National Geographic Diver certification. Adventurers and dive geeks alike will benefit from this certification [...]Read more ›
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Diving is all about what you see beneath the surface. When you’re immersed in the big blue, you’re in a world filled with fascinating creatures, plants and other-worldly landscapes. Admiring the beauty beneath the waves is one thing, but appreciating how the underwater environment functions, on a more complex level, [...]Read more ›
Shipwrecks have fascinated divers from the early history of diving. The thirst to unravel the mystery of what lies beneath our oceans is a common trait in a diver - What happened to the ship? Why did it sink? What is in it? Who were the people sailing her, and what [...]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 ›