As a strong advocate of the New Zealand dive industry, PADI Assistant Instructor, Michael Keller first came to our attention on ScubaEarth for his active role with logging his dives. Nearly a year after Michael’s first ScubaEarth interview, we spoke with him again regarding his latest diving escapades and his […]Read more ›
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With 2013 all wrapped up and 2014 under-way, we recap the year that was for ScubaEarth and its 50,000+ community. 2013 achievements: ScubaEarth’s 1st Birthday Turning one is always a big feat, and ScubaEarth certainly didn’t disappoint. In the sites’ first year it managed to obtain 58,000 community members who […]Read more ›
ScubaEarth users were sent into a sharing frenzy during November and December to try and compete for some serious ScubaEarth goodies. Social Media users would have been bamboozled by the onslaught of PADI diving certifications, incredible dive images and videos, as well as logged dives that were shared across Facebook, […]Read more ›
An article on diving published in 2006 was the catalyst for a lifetime of excitement and new adventures for Dragos Dumitrescu. Now a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer, Dragos jumped fin first into diving after taking his Open Water course in the Black Sea. He said despite the “low vis […]Read more ›
As 2013 draws to a close, what better time to reminisce and revisit the ScubaEarth user highlights from what has proved to be a busy year! Here are our Top ScubaEarth Users for 2013. Top Dive Centre: Pan Aqua Diving, Inc. This dive centre located in the big apple has […]Read more ›
PADI Divers are diving all over the world in a variety of astonishing locations and environments. Exotic dive destinations are always a favorite, but what about those closer to home dive spots that see more frequent entries in your log book? We count down the top 10 Dive Sites on […]Read more ›