Danielle Schofield


Marketing Coordinator - PADI Europe, Middle East and Africa

Recent blog posts written by Danielle Schofield

So you think diving the Maldives is out of your budget? Think again!

So you think diving the Maldives is out of your budget? Think again!

27 August, 2016 at 12:15 am Comments are Disabled

Guest blog written by Adele Verdier-Ali There aren’t many holiday destinations that are as synonymous with luxury as the Maldives. Mention the country and you immediately evoke images of glamorous resorts on private islands catering to the world’s rich and famous. Heavenly exotic? Check. Prohibitively expensive? Double check. For most, […]

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Why You Should Buddy Up With Your Kids

Why You Should Buddy Up With Your Kids

19 August, 2016 at 11:59 pm Comments are Disabled

If you’re passionate about scuba diving and you’ve got kids, there’s a good chance that you can’t wait to share the underwater world with them. Young divers can complete their first underwater experiences from the age of 8 years on the PADI Bubblemaker course, while older kids and teens can […]

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Be A Better Dive Buddy: 5 Things NOT To Do

Be A Better Dive Buddy: 5 Things NOT To Do

14 August, 2016 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

If you’ve been keeping up with the PADI blog, then by now you’ll have a good idea of why we love having a dive buddy around, and things you can do to become a better dive buddy. However, there’s also plenty of things you should avoid doing if you want […]

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Meet Indigo Bolandrini: PADI AmbassaDiver

Meet Indigo Bolandrini: PADI AmbassaDiver

2 August, 2016 at 8:43 am Comments are Disabled

At the age of 12 years old, Indigo Bolandrini became one of the world’s youngest PADI Junior Master Scuba Diver, the first step into her diving life. Now, only two years later, Indigo has logged almost 600 dives and holds over 15 certifications, from PADI Diver Propulsion Vehicle Diver to […]

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Introducing Gary Green, PADI AmbassaDiver

Introducing Gary Green, PADI AmbassaDiver

20 July, 2016 at 12:00 am Comments are Disabled

Our lives do not always go as planned. Sometimes, we face obstacles that we believe we’ll never manage to break through. But what do you do when conflict and war destroys not only your body, but also your mental health and all hopes of a ‘normal’ life? How do you reconstruct yourself? For Gary Green, our […]

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Seahorses to Sticklebacks: Top Ocean Dads

Seahorses to Sticklebacks: Top Ocean Dads

19 June, 2016 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

Across the animal kingdom, it’s generally considered the norm for the female of the species to hatch and nurture their offspring. However, there are a few exceptions – even below the waves. Just take a look at these dedicated males from the marine parenting world: Seahorses Perhaps one of the […]

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