This article was written by guest blogger, PADI Regional Manager, Jonas Samuelsson. During the 4-6th of June former Navy Seal Officer and PADI Assistant Instructor Walaa Wael Abbas broke the Guinness World Record for the longest dive in the history. Captain Abbas spend a total of 51 hours and 24 minutes […]Read more ›
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Congratulations to the recent winners of our Dives with a Difference contest! For Dives with a Difference, we asked divers to send us pictures or videos of dive sites which are out of the normal scuba box – the places we don’t always dive every day, locations that need specialist […]Read more ›
We’re pleased to announce that ScubaEarth has now reach 200,000+ users, with this number continuing to grow at a rapid pace! We love seeing the passion for diving shared around the world. Whether that be through the 165,000+ dives that have been logged, the 58,000+ photos or dive videos that have […]Read more ›
Free online course by Southampton University – Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Maritime Archaeology
FutureLearn are offering a free online course on maritime archaeology developed by Southampton University: Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Maritime Archaeology.
The four-week course started on 25th May but is open for registrations until the 20th June 2015. The free course is available to anyone from anywhere in the world who can log on to complete the course in their own time and broaden their knowledge of the underwater world.Read more ›
For Dives with a Difference, we’re looking for dive sites which are out of the normal scuba box – the places we don’t always dive every day, locations that need specialist training to access, or simply those which are a one-of-its-kind in the world. Dive sites such as… Missile silos […]Read more ›