Are you looking for more detailed information about specific underwater critters or animals? Do you need help identifying critters you saw on a dive? The Critter Finder feature on ScubaEarth shows detailed information and great photos of just about any animal you’ll see underwater. Start exploring Critter Finder by clicking […]Read more ›
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Join PADI staff members at World of Water Lone Star State Dive & Travel Expo (Booth #85) in Frisco, Texas, USA from the 24 – 25 January, 2015. This inaugural event promises an exciting mix of seminars, workshops, exhibits and a Saturday night film festival – all in addition to […]Read more ›
Using ScubaEarth as a digital logbook is beneficial for many divers, however it is also a divers’ community. You can tag your ScubaEarth dive buddies for each dive, including your instructor, favourite PADI Divemaster or Dive Center. Below is the story of Patrick Preston from Neptune Dive Center who uses ScubaEarth regularly to log […]Read more ›
A diver’s logbook is the story of their underwater adventures. Here are some of the favorite ways we know of to document your scuba adventures, both digitally and on paper. Paper logbook Save a piece of currency from the country. Clip off your marine park BCD tag or wristband […]Read more ›
As we enter the business end of the year, it’s easy for the mind to wander to a never-ending list of exotic locations and dreams of summer vacations or winter escapes. Septembers ScubaEarth Featured Destinations are guaranteed to have you metaphorically sitting on a beach with a coconut. Here’s a […]Read more ›