Where are you right now? Sitting in an office with no natural light and that annoying guy sitting next to you, or crammed in on a hot subway on the way to work with your nose way too close to someone’s armpit, or watching the rain through the windows […]Read more ›
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Diving is a progressive sport. The first dive opens up a whole new world, and from there, it’s all about making the next dive and improving your skills so that you can dive in new places and in new ways. But how far will you go? For many, the passion […]Read more ›
Do you constantly dream of your next dive excursion while stuck under fluorescent lights at the office? Are you bored with the daily nine-to-five grind? Remember, no one is forcing you to work a predictable, sedentary job. The sea can be your office. The fish can be your colleagues. And […]Read more ›
Confession time: the author of this post had to look up limnologist in google. As it turns out, a limnologist does important work for their local community, and it’s a lesser-known but interesting job for divers. Read on to learn more about PADI Instructor and limnologist Kelly Wucherpfennig. Kelly Wucherpfennig […]Read more ›
Getting into diving is usually more a matter of choice than chance, but for PADI Instructor Alexander, it was all luck. At a game of bingo, he won a “Discover Scuba Diving” experience. At the time, he wasn’t too enthused – he thought hanging out poolside was preferable to getting kitted out […]Read more ›
Charlie Beeker is the type of professor any diver would want to have. He loves The Creature from the Black Lagoon, scuba diving in Grand Cayman (the east end, specifically), and he heads up the Academic Diving and Underwater Science program at Indiana University. Appointed to the Marine Protected Areas […]Read more ›