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 ›
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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 ›
Diving in Jervis Bay, NSW, Australia. Jervis Bay is famous for its pristine coastal wilderness which includes the amazing diving on offer in the region. Located just two hour’s drive south of Sydney, the area is a hidden gem waiting to be explored. This must-visit dive location boasts over 30 […]Read more ›
Whether you’re a beginner or pro scuba diver, join the PADI Diving Society to get awesome content like this story (featured in the Jan/Feb issue of both Sport Diver Asia Pacific and Sport Diver) and take advantage of thousands of dollars in savings! More information on the PADI Diving Society. The Planet’s […]Read more ›
Each week we will feature a diving video from YouTube or Vimeo. This week’s video is from the very talented Nihal Friedel & Tiffany Ng. They have a great channel of Vimeo and you can check it out here; http://vimeo.com/halfbitpictures. The video features their dive trip in the Philippines and if you want […]Read more ›
As we approach 2013, let’s take a quick look back at the vacation spotlights of 2012 which were featured each month. When you start to look through the destinations its starts to look like the ultimate divers bucket-list from exotic destinations such as Thailand and the Maldives through to exciting and […]Read more ›