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Dive Guru™ – ePath to Pro

13 July, 2011 at 12:41 am 9 comments

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 […]

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Dive Guru™ – Self Improvement Month

Dive Guru™ – Self Improvement Month

5 June, 2011 at 3:30 pm 7 comments

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 […]

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Dive Guru™ – Who’s a Diver?

10 March, 2011 at 8:55 am 3 comments

It’s amazing how frequently you meet divers. I’m not sure if it’s a common haircut we all have or just the fact that we all look consistently dehydrated. But, chances are, if there’s another diver in the room, you’ll end up talking bottom time soon enough. But, who is a […]

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New PADI Rebreather Courses are in Development

New PADI Rebreather Courses are in Development

9 March, 2011 at 4:06 pm 0 comments

The new range of PADI recreational and technical rebreather courses are well into development, with the first courses expected to be completed around the third quarter of this year. As you would expect, the process of course design and testing is intricate and detailed. Some of the world’s top rebreather […]

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Dive Guru™ – Mythbusting the Advanced Open Water Course

Dive Guru™ – Mythbusting the Advanced Open Water Course

9 March, 2011 at 3:19 am 8 comments

As part of your open water training, you learned the truth about common scuba diving myths such as: Sharks eat scuba divers You have to be an excellent swimmer to dive Diving is only for people who live in the tropics Today we’re going to bust some myths about the […]

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