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Going From Entry Level Divers to Advanced Open Water Divers in Four Months

Going From Entry Level Divers to Advanced Open Water Divers in Four Months

14 November, 2017 at 8:46 am Comments are Disabled

Written by Lee Piper, PADI IDC Staff Instructor For many divers the opportunity to dive in Belize and swim among Bull and reef sharks at 40m in the famous ‘Great Blue Hole’ is a distant dream. However, not for newly qualified PADI Advanced Open Water and Deep specialty Divers Guy […]

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Young Ocean Explorers Launch a New World for Kids to Explore

Young Ocean Explorers Launch a New World for Kids to Explore

6 November, 2017 at 5:13 pm Comments are Disabled

All photos supplied by Young Ocean Explorers There’s no denying that children are our future. In their small hands, they have the power to completely reshape our world. Which is why it’s so important to get them interested and learning about the underwater world from a young age. PADI AmbassaDivers […]

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Exploring the Underwater World of the Black Forest with Freediving

Exploring the Underwater World of the Black Forest with Freediving

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

Every body of water has its own secrets. To discover them together, to share with the world and thus to contribute to their preservation – that is the vision that drives us. Unterwasserwelten is an annual camp based in the black forest region in Germany. Organized by PADI Freediver Instructor […]

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Positivity and Keys Strong After Irma

Positivity and Keys Strong After Irma

24 October, 2017 at 10:25 am Comments are Disabled

Written by PADI AmbassaDiver, Jack Fishman Much like the thick limestone structure of a bountiful coral reef ecosystem in the face of a category 4 hurricane, the resilience of the people in south Florida is powerful. When I moved to the Keys three years ago, I was struck by the passion […]

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Texas Ready to Welcome Back Divers After Hurricane Harvey

Texas Ready to Welcome Back Divers After Hurricane Harvey

24 October, 2017 at 9:47 am Comments are Disabled

The damage Harvey left in its path was record breaking, with massive flooding that caused more than 30,000 people to flee to Houston shelters. The estimated cost of repairs is a hefty $190 billion US (compared to Hurricane Katrina at $125 billion US and Hurricane Sandy at $65 billion US). […]

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Where to Dive After Hurricane Irma and Maria

Where to Dive After Hurricane Irma and Maria

24 October, 2017 at 8:53 am Comments are Disabled

  Some of our most beloved dive destinations have suffered severe devastation after an active hurricane season, including power outages, water shortages and extensive damage to property, leaving the dive community wondering how to help – and when the dive shops will be open again for business. Though the damage […]

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