He didn’t know it at the time, but PADI Diver Greg Dietz was one of the founding members of ScubaEarth. An early adopter of online dive logging, Greg signed on to a website called My PADI Profile back in the early 2000’s and logged more than 100 dives. This site […]Read more ›
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Our story begins on Instagram… When looking through images tagged #padi on Instagram, we came across one of the best Hammerhead shots we’ve ever seen. We were able to connect with the shooter, Grant Johnson, to get the story behind the shot, as well as learn a few interesting facts about Bimini… Grant […]Read more ›
Like many PADI Pros, Roel Schulting always had an interest in the underwater world. Raised in The Netherlands, he completed his open water and advanced training in water that was 7 degrees Celsius /44 degrees Fahrenheit. After taking a break from diving after college, Roel picked it up again “with […]Read more ›
What was your path to working as a public safety diver, underwater criminal investigator? I became a certified diver right after I got out of the army. A year later I joined the Virginia State Police and my Field Training Officer happened to be a State Police Diver who told […]Read more ›
Oliver Dittus is a PADI Instructor and also one of the first ScubaEarthlings to log 200+ dives* on ScubaEarth. Oliver lives in the Florida Keys where he regularly dives Looe Key and the Adolphus Bush wreck. * ScubaEarth “Mayor” Andrew Ricks holds the current record for dives logged with nearly […]Read more ›