Not content with a steady job in a bank, Sarah Richard sold all of her worldly possessions and took the first plane headed east! This is the story of how Sarah, editor of girlsthatscuba.com, found inspiration through travel and diving, shaping her life as a writer and PADI Professional. […]Read more ›
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Following on from Part One, Alexandra Dimitriou reveals exactly why she loves liveaboards in Egypt. Let her first hand experiences guide you through what to expect when exploring the Egyptian waters of the Red Sea on a liveaboard. No Newbies Dive liveaboards usually have a dive minimum. This means that if […]Read more ›
Written by Guest Blogger, Alexandra Dimitriou In November I was lucky enough to get a space on a diving Liveaboard (love-a-board) to the Brothers, Elphinstone and Daedalus Reefs in Egypt with Masters of the Red Sea. It was spectacular. Amazing. Extraordinary. They need a new word for how awesome this […]Read more ›
This article was written by guest blogger, PADI Regional Manager, Jonas Samuelsson. During the 4-6th of June former Navy Seal Officer and PADI Assistant Instructor Walaa Wael Abbas broke the Guinness World Record for the longest dive in the history. Captain Abbas spend a total of 51 hours and 24 minutes […]Read more ›
Technical diving is no easy feat, but it is a challenge that is highly rewarding and well worth the time spent learning the skills. Technical divers have the opportunity to see untouched spots that are beyond 40 meters (130 feet) deep and embark on unique expeditions. Take a look at […]Read more ›
Continued Education and Diving Deeper It feels like a life time ago, but only 10 months have passed since I was just your average Advanced Openwater Diver looking to progress their diving. Now as I sit here and type this my thoughts are already on my next trip to finish […]Read more ›