The NEEMO Mission by Karl Shreeves, Technical Development Executive, PADI Worldwide. On 21 July, the 21st NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) mission launched in the U.S. Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Astronauts Megan McArthur (NASA), Reid Wiseman (NASA) and Matthias Maurer (ESA), researchers Marc O’Griofa, Dawn Kernagis and Noel Du […]Read more ›
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The Mariana Trench The deepest part of the ocean is the Mariana Trench and it is also one of the least studied. Only four successful descents have been recorded since the deep sea pioneering mission Trieste first reached the bottom of the Challenger Deep. The Mariana Trench is located in […]Read more ›
Discover World War wrecks, intentional wrecks, and everything in between. Our list of “Five Wreck Dives You Will Remember Forever” will take you to these underwater time capsules. SS Thistlegorm, Egypt Imagine your adrenaline spike as you click your dive light on and peer into the shadowy hull of a […]Read more ›
It’s not too late! If you are ready for a road trip around the United States, fill up your gas tank and your air tank then get ready to drive and dive. This time of year can be such a sweet spot: Most bodies of water are at their warmest, and summer’s […]Read more ›
Photo by Roberto Ochoa By Guest Blogger: Jo Walters PADI AmbassaDiver™ Roberto Ochoa talks about his recent expedition to Galápagos, when he spent 10 days shooting a documentary film in partnership with Cressi, showcasing the beauty of the marine sanctuary and filming freedivers as they encountered the surprising reactions – […]Read more ›
In February, 2016 Tropical Cyclone Winston, the largest cyclone ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere, hit Fiji. The Fijian people and the people who now call Fiji home have dealt with the aftermath of TC Winston with the most amazing attitude, and a smile on their faces. This shouldn’t be a […]Read more ›