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I Love My PADI Pro 2018 Recognition Winners

I Love My PADI Pro 2018 Recognition Winners

28 March, 2018 at 3:39 pm Comments are Disabled

With over 1,500 submissions from divers across the globe, this year’s I Love My PADI® Pro recognition affirmed, more than ever, the life changing impact that PADI® Professionals make on the lives of those discovering the underwater world.  Here at PADI, we recognize that our professionals are the heart and […]

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Enter the ‘I Love My PADI Pro’ Contest

Enter the ‘I Love My PADI Pro’ Contest

12 February, 2018 at 7:25 am Comments are Disabled

Whether they are showing underwater photographers a secret spot to find marine life, or helping divers become more advanced in a favored PADI® specialty, we all know a PADI Pro (or two) that has made an impact in the lives of their students and fellow divers. The I Love My PADI […]

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Becoming a PADI Divemaster on the Other Side of 60

Becoming a PADI Divemaster on the Other Side of 60

16 January, 2018 at 10:18 am Comments are Disabled

Written by Guest Blogger, Shelly Craig   My husband and I started diving in the 90’s. We took some advanced training back then as we wanted to dive together off of our 18’ Boston Whaler, “Kokolishi” in the waters of Bonaire, a small Dutch Island in the Caribbean. We got […]

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Guide to PADI Divemaster: The Rescue Scenario

Guide to PADI Divemaster: The Rescue Scenario

8 December, 2017 at 5:00 am Comments are Disabled

If you’re training to become a PADI® Divemaster, you took the Rescue Diver course. And, if you took the Rescue course, you probably remember how intense the in-water unresponsive diver rescue was. I had to do it at least three times before I had it down. The Divemaster rescue scenario demonstration […]

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Divemaster Training: 11 Reasons to Become a “Tank Monkey”

Divemaster Training: 11 Reasons to Become a “Tank Monkey”

13 November, 2017 at 5:00 am Comments are Disabled

Disclaimer: The opinions of the author are her own and in no way reflect the opinions of PADI® or the dive shop affiliated with her. Of the many things I’ve learned in my Divemaster training (how not to map a dive site, and how to perform an equipment exchange while […]

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Becoming a Scuba Instructor Can Be a Passport to the World

Becoming a Scuba Instructor Can Be a Passport to the World

2 November, 2017 at 10:40 am Comments are Disabled

Honduras. Hawaii. Indonesia. Mexico. Zanzibar. These are the destinations Josiah Mackin, 35, has called home after becoming an instructor in 2009 at Utila Dive Center, a PADI® Career Development Center in the Bay Islands of Honduras. His is the sort of life that many dream about, and only some make […]

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