Like many PADI Pros, Roel Schulting always had an interest in the underwater world. Raised in The Netherlands, he completed his open water and advanced training in water that was 7 degrees Celsius /44 degrees Fahrenheit. After taking a break from diving after college, Roel picked it up again “with […]Read more ›
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Each week we highlight a Featured Destination from the major dive locations on scubaearth.com. The next three destinations to be featured are Vietnam, Spain and Hawaii! Below is a small introduction to each Featured Destination to wet your appetite. The full Featured Destinations sections on ScubaEarth have essential information like the […]Read more ›
There has been some exciting updates on ScubaEarth in the last few weeks, as the new online scuba community continues to grow. As an user community these updates reflect the changes that divers wanted to see for their community. Recent updates include an advanced search option, a new FAQ & help […]Read more ›
Whether you’ve only got a few dives under your belt or you’re a seasoned pro, ScubaEarth is a great resource for all things scuba. Every day there’s something new to discover and explore on the site, and because content is created by users, you’ll be joining an online community of […]Read more ›
ScubaEarth is your one-stop resource for everything scuba related where you can plan and share your dive experiences, but it’s more then just a dive log. ScubaEarth Featured destinations are your resource to help plan future trips or add destinations to your bucket list. On ScubaEarth you will find over 60 […]Read more ›
Oliver Dittus is a PADI Instructor and also one of the first ScubaEarthlings to log 200+ dives* on ScubaEarth. Oliver lives in the Florida Keys where he regularly dives Looe Key and the Adolphus Bush wreck. * ScubaEarth “Mayor” Andrew Ricks holds the current record for dives logged with nearly […]Read more ›