“The direction of my career developed through PADI. Professionally, I was a graphic designer and photographer while I developed my scuba skills through continuing education. Taking ongoing classes helped me be a part of a community of like-minded divers who put safety first and had fun all the while.” Inspiration […]Read more ›
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Now that you have an open water certification, you’ve set your sights on gaining more experience. You’re interested learning more and like the idea of taking specialty courses because you’ll have the guidance of a PADI professional. If the long list of specialty courses makes your mask spin, here’s a […]Read more ›
Your PADI empowers you with confidence to be a better diver and a better person. It lets you learn more about yourself and what you are capable of achieving. Your PADI is your passport to adventure. It lets you access the ocean planet and swim with the magical marine life […]Read more ›
Interview and guest blog by Jo Walters. “First I want to start with my name, Jacob J Ashley. I have been certified as a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver for more than one and a half years. I’m also Enriched Air/Nitrox certified and this spring I was able to complete […]Read more ›
This year, 18 July was a historic day for diving thanks to the support of PADI Dive Centers and Resorts and divers around the world. When the PADI organization put out the call for women and the world to join together for a fun day of diving, the response was […]Read more ›
Last month the PADI Your Scuba View contest generated thousands of incredible photo entries that reflected divers personal views of their scuba diving adventures. One of the four winners from the contest was Max Franlund from Sweden, who submitted his winning photo (seen below) of him diving a Cenote in […]Read more ›