With a coastline characterised by step cliff faces, rocky platforms and great surfing beaches, you would be amiss not to sink your teeth into the diving on offer along the famous portion of coastline known as the Great Australian Bight. With Adelaide right around the corner this is the perfect […]Read more ›
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Congratulations to Tony Ernst, April’s winner of the ScubaEarth GoPro Video Contest! Tony, a PADI Instructor at Pompano Beach Dive Center, Pompano, FL, USA receives a GoPro Hero3+, underwater housing and filter set courtesy of our friends at GoPro. Tony’s video, Shipwreck Diving in Pompano Beach, is a high-speed laundry list […]Read more ›
When you think of wreck diving: powdered wigs and opulent feasts may not be the first things that come to mind. But photographer and digital artist Andreas Franke blends two aspects of humanity’s past in a striking and unexpected way. The Vandenberg Project Franke’s project, The Sinking World, first […]Read more ›
PADI Wreck Diver Nature provides plenty to see on any dive, but man has also left behind an enormous supply of things to explore underwater. Wreck diving is an exciting way to combine your passion for diving with a truly unusual view of history. With wreck diving sites dotted around […]Read more ›
Each week we will feature a diving video from YouTube or Vimeo. This week’s video is from Matt Krumins. It was shot on the SS President Coolidge wreck off Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu at the beginning of 2013. This wreck is one of the largest, most accessible shipwrecks in the world and […]Read more ›