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  • PADI Master Scuba Diver: More Than Just Bragging Rights

    PADI Master Scuba Diver: More Than Just Bragging Rights

    The PADI Master Scuba Diver (MSD) rating is considered the highest recreational diving level and is often referred to as the “Black Belt” of scuba diving. PADI Rescue Divers who have also completed 5 individual PADI Specialty Courses can apply for their MSD rating. Some people take on the challenge just […]

  • JD Hendricks Shares his My PADI Story

    JD Hendricks Shares his My PADI Story

    PADI Instructor JD Hendricks shared with us his diving journey, and how it helps him manage both physical and psychological injuries.  Before I even started scuba diving I loved to be in the water. I grew up living near the water, and tried pretty much ever water sport possibly. I […]

  • Digital or Classroom – the best option for your dive theory

    Digital or Classroom – the best option for your dive theory

    Written by guest blogger Danielle Schofield So, you’ve decided to take the plunge and complete your PADI Open Water Diver course. Before you can explore the underwater world, your scuba journey must first begin on land – by learning the academics behind dive skills, scuba equipment and safety. The theory portion […]

  • Ultimate Dive Sites in the Maldives

    Ultimate Dive Sites in the Maldives

    The following was originally posted on jobsinthemaldives.com If you had the power to create your own islands, sea, and country, designed specifically for diving, it may well look a lot like the Maldives. With over 1000 coral islands sitting in the temperate and nutrient-rich Indian Ocean, the dive sites in the […]

  • How to Choose your First PADI Specialty

    How to Choose your First PADI Specialty

    By guest blogger, Lisa from Fjords and Beaches   There is going to be a time when you have completed your PADI Open Water Diver Certification, have gone on a few fun dives, and you’re starting to get ready for the next step in your diving career. It is time […]