As I scan the terminal at the Flamingo International Airport in Bonaire, I see many of the Total Submersion attendees preparing for their flights home and I smile because most of them remind me of good times spent with great people. Right away I see John Landes, a PADI Open […]Read more ›
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What if you could combine your love for warm, clear dive adventures with new friends and simultaneously hone your skills? That’s exactly what happens when you spend a week in Bonaire at PADI Diving Society’s 2015 Total Submersion event. Here are three ways you’ll improve your skills while having the time […]Read more ›
Congratulations to the four winners of the PADI Your Scuba View photo contest! The contest asked for users to share their personal view of scuba diving including topside and/or underwater highlights of scuba diving including, but not limited to, dive buddies, shore, pool or boat dives, specialty courses, marine life, unusual dive […]Read more ›
The first thing you’ll notice is your vision narrowing to only what is lit by your flashlight. Once your eyes adjust, you’ll notice that the hard corals you saw in the daytime have unfurled tiny tentacles. Their feelers are tracking the water for a piece of tasty plankton. Shining a […]Read more ›
How to Equalize- featured from DAN (Divers Alert Network) From simple cases of swimmer’s ear to the serious and sometimes lasting damage of barotrauma, divers are vulnerable to ear problems because the delicate mechanisms that govern our hearing and balance just aren’t designed for the rapid pressure changes that result from […]Read more ›
To celebrate women in diving, PADI is spotlighting several women who have made significant contributions to the sport. This week, it’s professional photographer and PADI Assistant Instructor Amanda Cotton. In addition to numerous awards, Amanda’s work has been featured by National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Smithsonian magazine among others, will be highlighted […]Read more ›