It’s been a busy few months on ScubaEarth and we wanted to share some of the more interesting stats about the site and also you, the users of ScubaEarth. We created the ScubaEarth infographic below to illustrate growth of our site. In it you’ll find out which diver has the […]Read more ›
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Support Project AWARE this August with Dollars for Dives For every dive logged on ScubaEarth during the month of August 2013, PADI will donate one dollar per dive to support the conservation efforts of our favorite non-profit organization Project AWARE – up to $100,000US. If you haven’t visited scubaearth.com recently, […]Read more ›
The next three ScubaEarth Featured Destinations to be featured by PADI are sure to appeal to you, no matter what diving you enjoy most! From the new allure of Sri Lanka, to the beauty of Puerto Rico, through to the world famous and stunning Maldives. Below is a teaser of […]Read more ›
PADI Master Instructor and Mayor of ScubaEarth, Andrew Ricks has now logged 1000 dives on ScubaEarth! Congratulations Andrew! We caught up with Andrew and asked him a few questions. PADI: Tell us about your 1000th dive? Andrew: Its great to finally reach 1000 dives. My 1000th dive was taking […]Read more ›
We all enjoy diving with our buddies, even the one that is always late or forgetting vital bits of kit. ScubaEarth enables us to share our dives and pictures with our buddies. Finding your existing buddies is easy if they are registered on ScubaEarth (why not get them to sign […]Read more ›
With so many great diving locations all over the world, how do you narrow them down to a shortlist of top diving spots? This week we looked at some of the top dive sites on ScubaEarth to reveal where PADI divers are diving. Casino Point, located on Catalina Island, California, […]Read more ›