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  • Changing Lives One Dive at a Time with Cody Unser

    Changing Lives One Dive at a Time with Cody Unser

    PADI AmbassaDiver ™ Cody Unser is one of the youngest women to be inducted into the Women Divers Hall of Fame, and the first woman with a disability to receive the award. Her foundation, the Cody Unser First Step Foundation (CUFSF) has enabled thousands of individuals with disabilities to scuba […]

  • Deptherapy with Dr. Richard Cullen

    Deptherapy with Dr. Richard Cullen

    What is it that Deptherapy does? Deptherapy & Deptherapy Education is an English Charity, registered with the Charity Commission of England and Wales. It is staffed exclusively by volunteers, with some of our team putting in 40 hours a week. There are two distinct areas of work: Deptherapy where we […]

  • Diving into Hell’s Gate with PADI AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith

    Diving into Hell’s Gate with PADI AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith

    After sharing this draw-dropping photo of PADI AmbassaDiver™ Gemma Smith diving into ‘Hell’s Gate’ in Ojamo mine, Finland, we knew we had to find out a bit more about the unique dive location it was taken in… Hi Gemma, can you tell us a bit about the mine? Ojamo mine, […]

  • Age is No Barrier: 74 Year Old George Aitken Gets His PADI in Fiji

    Age is No Barrier: 74 Year Old George Aitken Gets His PADI in Fiji

    Some people use age as an excuse to slow down – but not George Aitken! The 74 year old recently got his PADI while on a family holiday in Fiji. We asked him a few questions about his experience and whether he plans to continue diving in the future. What […]

  • Scuba Diving: Sport or Leisure Activity?

    Scuba Diving: Sport or Leisure Activity?

    By guest blogger, Alexandra Dimitriou Scuba diving is fun. Scuba diving is exciting. Scuba diving makes you stronger. Scuba diving makes you happier. But is it a sport if it’s so much fun? What’s the difference between a sport and a leisure activity anyway and why does there have to […]