With over 300 ScubaEarth Dive Buddies, Darryl Brown is one popular PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer! Darryl has a real passion for teaching and sharing his love of diving with others. In fact, this was his motivation and reason for signing up to ScubaEarth the very same day it launched […]Read more ›
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He didn’t know it at the time, but PADI Diver Greg Dietz was one of the founding members of ScubaEarth. An early adopter of online dive logging, Greg signed on to a website called My PADI Profile back in the early 2000’s and logged more than 100 dives. This site […]Read more ›
Dive Travel. A highly infectious condition that once caught, is hard to shift. There are no preventative measures and the only way to cure an outbreak is with a severe dose of research into your next dive-getaway. Thankfully this month we have you covered as we prepare to feature four […]Read more ›
ScubaEarth has a brand new Featured Destination on Brazil. The largest country in South America, Brazil is a bucket-list destination for many travellers and divers from around the world. With a coastline spanning over 7000 kilometres/4300 miles long, Brazil is home to some truly incredible diving. Whether it’s the famous […]Read more ›
Logging a dive on ScubaEarth has never been easier with the launch of the new ‘Dive Computer File Import Wizard’. The tool allows you to upload your individual dives, or multiple dives, and will generate your dive profiles so you can easily log your dives on ScubaEarth. Update: June 2014 […]Read more ›
A manta ray sighting is one of the most breathtaking experiences a diver can have. Watching such an enormous creature glide through the water with such grace and effortlessness, it’s easy to fall under the manta’s spell. Just don’t be surprised if, after you’ve seen your first one, you start […]Read more ›