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Flourishing Egypt; Why the Reef around Sharm el Sheikh is Regenerating at Lightning Speed

Flourishing Egypt; Why the Reef around Sharm el Sheikh is Regenerating at Lightning Speed

12 June, 2018 at 12:54 am Comments are Disabled

Written by Alexandra Dimitriou I adore Egypt. I go as often as I can as it’s so gorgeous to dive there. The fish and coral are on par with those found in Australia, but it’s a lot, lot closer to Europe. Egypt’s proximity means that you can get there in no […]

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Learning Shark Communication with Ocean Ramsey

Learning Shark Communication with Ocean Ramsey

6 June, 2018 at 5:09 am Comments are Disabled

  What do a marine biologist, a model, a TED presenter and sharks all have in common? The answer is multi-hyphenate PADI® Pro Ocean Ramsey. Ocean unites her many talents and skills to help people see sharks in a positive light and actively work for their protection. We recently interviewed […]

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4 Reasons to Join PADI Women’s Dive Day

4 Reasons to Join PADI Women’s Dive Day

5 June, 2018 at 7:50 am Comments are Disabled

PADI’s 4th annual Women’s Dive Day is coming up Saturday, July 21. Last year we had over 800 events in 84 countries and 6 continents, bringing together divers all over the world. As we gear up to celebrate, here’s some of our top reasons to get involved with an event: […]

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Scuba Diving the Seven Seas

Scuba Diving the Seven Seas

4 June, 2018 at 5:00 am Comments are Disabled

  Ever wonder which bodies of water make up the Seven Seas? As you likely learned in school, our planet has five oceans (Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic, and Southern/Antarctic), so what two bodies of water round out the Seven Seas? According to NOAA: – The phrase Seven Seas comes from […]

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Plan Your Red Sea Adventure Virtually

Plan Your Red Sea Adventure Virtually

3 June, 2018 at 7:58 am Comments are Disabled

Egypt and the Red Sea offer an abundance of diving opportunities, from coral walls and pinnacles teeming with life to historic wrecks and pelagic encounters. Whether you have a trip to the Red Sea already on the calendar or are looking for inspiration to plan your next dive holiday, the […]

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Sharks Should be Respected, Not Feared

Sharks Should be Respected, Not Feared

1 June, 2018 at 12:48 am Comments are Disabled

Written by guest blogger Rachel Kerr  “We hear the word “shark” and we can’t help but immediately fill in the blank after it with “attack”.” – Elaina Zachos, writer for the National Geographic online Let’s be honest, sharks have a pretty bad reputation. Our obsession with sharks as bloodthirsty, man-eating […]

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