Whether you want to update your card or replace the one you lost in the sand, be ready for your next adventure with the PADI certification card that suits you best. What type of dive makes you most excited? Getting up close and personal with a manta ray, putting it […]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 ›
Guest Blog By Contiki Vacations Wanderlust takes us to distant lands or deep below the surface of the vast ocean that covers more than 70 percent of the surface of the planet. We come face-to-face with unspoiled ecosystems, experience new customs and culture, and discover a new piece of ourselves […]Read more ›
Featured from DAN (Divers Alert Network) Middle-ear equalization is a basic, required diver skill that enables the equalization of the pressure in the sinuses and middle-ear spaces with ambient pressure. Here are 10 tips for easy equalizing: 1. Listen for the “pop” Before you even board the boat, make sure that […]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 ›
Today, safety stops are a common practice. Every diver knows that before ascending, one should stop at 5 metres / 15 feet for three minutes to help off-gas the nitrogen absorbed while diving. The purpose of the safety stop is to unload nitrogen, however it’s intended to give your body […]Read more ›