Have you viewed your My Certifications page on ScubaEarth, but do not see all your PADI diver certifications listed? ScubaEarth just launched a new tool that allows you to add any certifications that are missing from your ScubaEarth account. A missing certification basically means you have multiple student records, likely [...]Read more ›
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Manta rays are incredible creatures and any diver who has been lucky enough to dive alongside one of these beautiful creatures will be able to tell you how truly amazing they are. Unfortunately, mantas are at risk of extinction and PADI is proud to support Project AWARE and divers in their conversation efforts [...]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 ›
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 [...]Read more ›
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 [...]Read more ›