If you have questions before taking your diving to the next level – don’t worry! Chances are there are a whole bunch of others who have the same questions! How is it different from the PADI Open Water Diver Course? During the PADI Open Water Diver Course you learn the […]Read more ›
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Rich Morin knows a lot about dry suits. Not only does he perform search-and-recovery operations under the ice for local police teams, he also teaches loads of Ice Diver certification courses through his PADI Five Star Dive Center, Rich Morin’s Pro Scuba Center in New York. According to Morin, dry […]Read more ›
Freshen up your New Year’s Resolutions for 2016 – commit yourself to a year of fun with scuba! To get back in the water more confidently and more safely, the PADI ReActivate program is essential study for your holiday break. Available in Touch™ and eLearning® forms, ReActivate is fully personalised […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
Stefan Andrews, the 2013 Australasian OWUSS Rolex Scholar and marine conservation enthusiast has compiled another great video, capturing footage of the spectacular scuba diving that can be found in South Australian waters. Taking his friend and beginner diver through the PADI Open Water Diver course in South Australia showcases the […]Read more ›
ScubaEarth is not just another social community (we already have enough of these), but it is a place where only divers and water enthusiasts can go to stay active in the scuba lifestyle. ScubaEarth has been growing steadily since its inception in 2012 and has just hit over 88,000 ScubaEarthlings. […]Read more ›