Buoyancy Control – featured from DAN (Divers Alert Network) It’s not surprising that the most common injuries among divers are related to buoyancy issues—barotrauma, uncontrolled ascents, marine life injuries and more could be prevented with some practice and attention to detail. Inefficient buoyancy control can result in descending deeper than […]Read more ›
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PADI has interviewed several amazing women so far as part of the “Women in Diving” series, and one thing is certain – they all share a strong passion and sense of purpose in exploring and protecting the ocean. Cristina Zenato exemplifies this spirit, turning childhood dreams into a career in […]Read more ›
2015 Marks 12th Year of Event that Draws “Silent Diving” Enthusiasts from Around the World. Known for amazing wall dives, beautiful coral reefs and visibility that often seems infinite, the Cayman Islands offer some of the best scuba diving in the Caribbean. Divetech is welcoming technical divers and industry manufacturers […]Read more ›
Guest Post by Contiki Vacations For the past 4 years, environmental activist, explorer, and documentary filmmaker Céline Cousteau has served as Contiki’s sustainability ambassador as part of Contiki Cares, powered by The TreadRight Foundation. Our numerous projects around the world reflect our desire to respect and protect the places we […]Read more ›
The Lybia crab is a species of small crab in the family Xanthidae. It is also referred to as Hawaiian boxer crab, pom-pom crab, cheerleader crab, mosaic boxer crab among many other nicknames. The crabs are known for their signature move of always carrying a small living sea anemone around in each of its […]Read more ›
Join PADI staff at Scuba Show in Long Beach, California, 6–7 June 2015. With more than 300 exhibitors, daily seminars and an underwater film festival, the 28th annual Scuba Show promises to be an exciting weekend. Divers of all levels will have an opportunity to visit with local and international […]Read more ›