It’s not too late! If you are ready for a road trip around the United States, fill up your gas tank and your air tank then get ready to drive and dive. This time of year can be such a sweet spot: Most bodies of water are at their warmest, and summer’s […]Read more ›
Between 1st and 12th December, take part in our brand new “12 Days of Scuba” contest. Every day an exciting new challenge will be unlocked – from photo competitions to creative tasks – and there’s a total of over $2,200 worth of Aqua Lung scuba goodies to be given away […]Read more ›
From underwater weddings to first dive experiences and expressions of gratitude toward PADI instructors, we received hundreds of uplifting and inspiring submissions to our “What’s Your #myPADI Story?” contest. Thank you to all who entered! It was no easy task choosing our three winners, but we hope these diverse accounts of what it means […]Read more ›
Share your underwater marine debris photos on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #BeneathTheWaves. Project AWARE will add them to their global “Beneath the Waves” photo collage to show decision-makers your underwater perspective and urge for long-term, global solutions to the marine debris issue.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 ›
1. Crazy Amount of Fish Consistently ranked as one of the Caribbean’s top dive destinations on many reader’s choice awards, Bonaire is home to more than 470 fish species. Abundance is an understatement. Bonaire’s reefs contain virtually every single macro critter from the Reef Fish: Caribbean ID book and the […]Read more ›