On 29 December 2016, in the final days of PADI’s golden anniversary year, a milestone was reached. Sarah Gleeson, a 22-year-old from Alberta, Canada, became a PADI® Open Water Diver earning her PADI’s 25 millionth certification. To celebrate the occasion, and 50 years as The Way the World Learns to […]Read more ›
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2016 was a great year for diving. We loved getting to see and share our follower’s favorite photos. For anyone who hasn’t already seen them, we recommend you make your day better by checking out our Instagram at @paditv or searching the hashtag #PADI to see some truly amazing photos from […]Read more ›
For the past 50 years, PADI has been The Way the World Learns to Dive with nearly 25 million certifications issued worldwide – so we’re celebrating, and we want to share the celebrations with you! We’re inviting the diver who receives certification number 25,000,000 on a dream dive trip. Simply […]Read more ›
As Earth’s largest living structure and home to thousands of marine life species, Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is deservedly a pinnacle for divers around the world. There are those who spend their life dreaming of diving this reef, and then there are the many lucky PADI Instructors who get to […]Read more ›
Drew Richardson, PADI President and Chief Executive Officer, Danny Dwyer, PADI Asia Pacific Vice President, Hans Ullrich, PADI Asia Pacific Regional Manager, and Paul Lim, Pro Dive Cairns General Manager, joined the lucky 150,000th student, Felix Tam, and his PADI Instructor, Simon Daxer, on the Pro Dive Cairns boat to […]Read more ›
To say that you’ve been scuba diving in the world’s largest single structure comprised of living organisms, the only one that can be seen from outer space, is quite an exciting thought. It is for this reason that many international travellers and Australians have the Great Barrier Reef at the […]Read more ›