Written by Robert Currer They’re huge. The thought filled my skull as my eyes widened in my mask. Three manta rays were spiraling below me, growing ever closer as each second of my descent passed. Awestruck, I couldn’t take my eyes off these graceful gliders even as I fumbled to […]Read more ›
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I first got certified when I was fourteen years old. I had always been curious about diving, and when I mentioned it to my parents, they surprised me by signing up our entire family for lessons. Even before I got in the water, I was hooked. I devoured the manual, […]Read more ›
I was talking to Brian about becoming a PADI Professional. He’s been in the dive business for some time and we’ve worked together a great deal over the decades. He’s a great man to bounce ideas off. We were trying to find a succinct way to communicate the value of […]Read more ›
Most days, you can find Hayley Mitchelmore either on board a 51 ft Catamaran, or diving amongst the longest fringing reef in the world. How does she do this? Hayley is a PADI Divemaster with Sail Ningaloo, in Western Australia. We asked her to share a bit more with us about her love […]Read more ›
PADI recently interviewed PADI Divemaster Christian McGuire from Go Dive Brisbane. Christian provided some great insights into the life of a PADI Divemaster. PADI – Tell us a bit about yourself. Christian – I’m a Divemaster at Go Dive Brisbane. I also have my own business and love travelling to […]Read more ›
Growing up on Apo Island in the Philippines, PADI Divemaster Harnold Callora, already harboured both a love of the ocean and a vast array of experiences diving – both with and without scuba – before he took the giant stride and became a Divemaster in 2014. Harnold is now based […]Read more ›