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Scuba Diving Etiquette: How To Avoid Putting Your Dive Boot In Your Mouth

Scuba Diving Etiquette: How To Avoid Putting Your Dive Boot In Your Mouth

7 April, 2015 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Are you new to scuba diving? Do you want to avoid making a misstep in front of potential new dive buddies? Mastering scuba lingo and diver etiquette can be an important part of learning to dive. Most scuba-culture “dos and don’ts” are covered in your Open Water course, which means […]

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We Asked PADI Staff: What is Your Favorite Scuba Course and Why?

We Asked PADI Staff: What is Your Favorite Scuba Course and Why?

17 February, 2015 at 6:00 am Comments are Disabled

We asked PADI Staff to tell us about their favorite scuba course – one they took as a diver, or their favorite course to teach as an instructor. Mary Kaye Hester – PADI Training (Americas) Rescue Diver – I loved the feeling of empowerment it gave me when I took […]

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Take the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Course

Take the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Course

28 January, 2014 at 7:16 pm Comments are Disabled

You’ve all seen those divers. You know – the ones who seem to move through the water without the slightest effort. Those scuba divers are neutrally buoyant, which means they don’t sink or float while diving. Achieving neutral buoyancy is no easy feat, which is why divers who have mastered […]

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