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Liveaboard Diving Indonesia: The Why’s and How’s

Liveaboard Diving Indonesia: The Why’s and How’s

1 May, 2016 at 10:21 pm Comments are Disabled

Indonesia, with its thousands of tiny islands, makes for some phenomenal liveaboard opportunities, especially when you travel further east across the archipelago to where there are few shore based operators. Liveaboard Diving Indonesia Liveaboards not only give you access to some of the most remote and pristine dive sites of […]

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Diving Pembrokeshire and Filming Britain’s Sharks – an Interview with Lloyd Jones

Diving Pembrokeshire and Filming Britain’s Sharks – an Interview with Lloyd Jones

30 April, 2016 at 12:45 am Comments are Disabled

Lloyd Jones is a HSE (Part 4) Media Diver, underwater videographer and PADI Instructor based in Pembrokeshire – the UK’s only Coastal National Park. As one of only two AWARE Shark Conservation Instructors in West Wales and owner of Kraken Productions, Lloyd is spreading the word on the beauty, sharks […]

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PADI Through the Decades: the 1990s

PADI Through the Decades: the 1990s

28 April, 2016 at 4:53 pm Comments are Disabled

This is the fourth post in our 50th Anniversary series. Make sure to catch up on the 60s, 70s, and 80s. The 1990s were a period of expansion for PADI®. This decade opened up independent study and new courses, growing everything in the PADI library. 1991: Video support for PADI courses Instructional […]

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PADI AmbassaDiver Susan R. Eaton: Explorer, Geologist, Extreme Snorkeler

PADI AmbassaDiver Susan R. Eaton: Explorer, Geologist, Extreme Snorkeler

28 April, 2016 at 11:38 am Comments are Disabled

Guest blogger: Jo Walters In the lead-up to PADI Women’s Dive Day, coming up on 16 July, 2016, we’re featuring the world’s most interesting and accomplished women in our “Women in Diving” blog series. This time, we caught up with Susan R. Eaton, scientist, explorer, journalist, conservationist and ‘extreme’ snorkeler. […]

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What’s in My Dive Bag: Ethan Daniels

What’s in My Dive Bag: Ethan Daniels

25 April, 2016 at 10:35 am Comments are Disabled

Photojournalist Ethan Daniels has made a name for himself shooting the wild, wonderful creatures of the Coral Triangle—which he’s especially skilled at spotting thanks to a marine biology background. Formerly a dive instructor in Palau, Daniels now leads scuba trips and underwater photo workshops. You can check out his images […]

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How to Get Your Friends Hooked on Diving

How to Get Your Friends Hooked on Diving

22 April, 2016 at 11:36 am Comments are Disabled

Sometimes the best dive buddy is someone you love. Often, we surface from a dive thinking, “I wish my sister could have seen that too!” Daily, we wish our friends understood what we were talking about. Sharing diving with friends and family can make the experience feel richer, so we’ve […]

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