Diving

Giving Thanks to Our Scuba Diving Founders

Giving Thanks to Our Scuba Diving Founders

2 November, 2017 at 1:01 pm Comments are Disabled

This season, it’s all about being grateful. Here are four underwater icons that made the diving world what it is today.   Father of Scuba Diving: Jacques Cousteau Often referred to as the “father of scuba diving,” the name Jacques Cousteau is recognized worldwide as the man that brought scuba […]

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How Scuba Diving Inspires Positive Change

How Scuba Diving Inspires Positive Change

31 October, 2017 at 9:58 am Comments are Disabled

When Alex Eiden was 14-years-old, he signed up for a scuba diving expedition in the Caribbean – never imagining it would lead him to meet with government leaders and receive the U.S. Presidential Volunteer Gold Service Award. “The idea of being underwater for an extended period of time seemed really […]

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4 Misconceptions About Scuba Diving

4 Misconceptions About Scuba Diving

30 October, 2017 at 5:00 am Comments are Disabled

When it comes to diving, there are a few misconceptions floating around that we think are worth clarifying. Maybe these four explanations will help you convince your BFF that it’s time to get certified or help assure your mom that it’s not as ‘crazy’ of a sport as she might […]

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Top Destinations to Get Your PADI Night Diver Certification

Top Destinations to Get Your PADI Night Diver Certification

30 October, 2017 at 5:00 am Comments are Disabled

Diving at night isn’t just cool, it’s also the chance to witness nocturnal marine life on the prowl. Animals like eels, lobsters, shrimps, crabs and octopuses can be seen during the day, but typically they’re laying low, waiting for nightfall when they leave their assorted lairs to hunt. And, in […]

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Buddy up your PADI Specialty Diver courses

Buddy up your PADI Specialty Diver courses

29 October, 2017 at 12:45 am Comments are Disabled

Written by guest blogger Danielle Schofield PADI Specialty Diver courses are a fun and flexible way to hone your diving skills and knowledge into the areas that you’re really interested in – whether that’s marine life, photography, or thrill-seeking. Of course, with so many to choose from, we know it can […]

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Why Slow Divers are the Best Kind of Diver

Why Slow Divers are the Best Kind of Diver

27 October, 2017 at 5:00 am Comments are Disabled

Written by Candice Landau “There’s barely any life out there!” A throw-away comment I made barely two months after getting certified. At the time I had been diving Mike’s Beach Resort in the Hood Canal in Washington State. After my second dive I clambered out of the water, the frustrated […]

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