Diving

5 Ways You Can Be A Better Dive Buddy

5 Ways You Can Be A Better Dive Buddy

11 April, 2016 at 11:28 pm Comments are Disabled

We all learn about the buddy system when we start diving but with increased experience and confidence it is easy to forget the essential basics. The buddy system is not just for beginners, it is important for the safety of all divers in a group. Want to be a better […]

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Welcome to the Dive Life: Next Steps for New Open Water Divers

Welcome to the Dive Life: Next Steps for New Open Water Divers

6 April, 2016 at 7:07 am Comments are Disabled

You’ve just become a certified diver, your shiny new card rests proudly in your pocket. Now what? You’re feeling a little trepidation about heading out on your own for the first time. And rightly so, but there’s nothing like a little trepidation to keep you on your toes. Harness that […]

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A Day in the Life of a PADI Divemaster: Christian McGuire

A Day in the Life of a PADI Divemaster: Christian McGuire

5 April, 2016 at 3:01 pm Comments are Disabled

PADI recently interviewed PADI Divemaster Christian McGuire from Go Dive Brisbane. Christian provided some great insights into the life of a PADI Divemaster. PADI – Tell us a bit about yourself. Christian – I’m a Divemaster at Go Dive Brisbane. I also have my own business and love travelling to […]

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How to Plan your Belize Whale Shark Adventure

How to Plan your Belize Whale Shark Adventure

5 April, 2016 at 2:20 pm Comments are Disabled

When you think of Belize, what springs to mind is the Great Blue Hole and the jungle interior. And yet, this Central American country is among the Caribbean’s best destinations for swimming with whale sharks — and it’s the only one in the world where watchers can don scuba gear. […]

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PADI Through the Decades: the 1980s

PADI Through the Decades: the 1980s

30 March, 2016 at 10:36 am Comments are Disabled

This is the third post in our 50th Anniversary series. Missed the first two? Get caught up on the 60s and 70s. The 1980s were when PADI® truly became a leader in dive research. By taking the initiative to study diving, PADI was able to create new texts, tools, and […]

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What’s In My Dive Bag: Ashlan Gorse

What’s In My Dive Bag: Ashlan Gorse

30 March, 2016 at 9:59 am Comments are Disabled

Entertainment journalist Ashlan Gorse made a name for herself reporting on Hollywood trends and interviewing celebs for E! News, before she attended the party where she met Philippe Cousteau Jr., now her husband. Cousteau took Gorse to Bonaire to get scuba certified, and, since then, the pair has been diving […]

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