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Four Types of Diving Every New Diver Should Try

Four Types of Diving Every New Diver Should Try

1 October, 2015 at 9:34 am Comments are Disabled

Now that you have an open water certification, you’ve set your sights on gaining more experience. You’re interested learning more and like the idea of taking specialty courses because you’ll have the guidance of a PADI professional. If the long list of PADI Specialty Courses makes your mask spin, here’s […]

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Casting Call: What Does “My PADI” Mean to You?

Casting Call: What Does “My PADI” Mean to You?

25 September, 2015 at 8:20 am Comments are Disabled

“To me “My PADI” means adventure, exploration, education, and conservation. The underwater world is a true wonder. It doesn’t matter how many dives I do, each time I am mesmerized by nature’s incredible beauty. There is so much still to be explored and PADI aids in nurturing that curiosity.” – […]

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EFR Training in Action: PADI Diver Performs Amazing Self-Rescue After Motorcycle Accident

EFR Training in Action: PADI Diver Performs Amazing Self-Rescue After Motorcycle Accident

23 September, 2015 at 7:53 am Comments are Disabled

  Interview and guest blog by Jo Walters. “First I want to start with my name, Jacob J Ashley. I have been certified as a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver for more than one and a half years. I’m also Enriched Air/Nitrox certified and this spring I was able to complete […]

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What’s Your #myPADI Story?

What’s Your #myPADI Story?

15 September, 2015 at 8:42 am Comments are Disabled

We all have a story to tell. PADI divers and members, especially. Every day we hear and trade stories, pictures and videos of the incredible and unique experiences we have as divers. So, what’s your story? This month, we’re asking PADI supporters to share their story with us. It could […]

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Blue Water Series: The Dive Behind the Photo – Part 1

Blue Water Series: The Dive Behind the Photo – Part 1

14 August, 2015 at 1:00 am Comments are Disabled

Humpback Whale and Diver by David Valencia “Humpback whales arrive each winter in the waters of Baja and southern Mexico. At the isolated dive site of Roca Partida, an oceanic pinnacle of the Socorro Islands, humpback whale interactions have increased over the past few years. At the beginning of one […]

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Banish the Pre-dive Class Jitters

Banish the Pre-dive Class Jitters

3 August, 2015 at 3:03 pm Comments are Disabled

You know you’re supposed to be excited about your scuba class. After all, you’ve looked forward to learning to breathe underwater for longer than you can remember. Scuba divers float alongside fishes and get to view a part of the world underwater that few get to see. But there’s one problem: […]

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