Maritime archaeologist is a scuba diving job that explores archaeological remains in or near the water. Marine archaeologists piece together information about humanity’s past by diving wrecks, harbours, lakes, etc. Sarah Linden is a maritime archaeologist and PADI Instructor. We asked her to tell us a little about her job […]Read more ›
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Congratulations to the three winners of the I Heart My PADI Pro contest – Jennifer Lane, Melissa Leonard and Sally Watson. The I Heart My PADI Pro contest took place in February and March 2014 via the PADI Facebook page. PADI Divers were asked to nominate the PADI Professional who […]Read more ›
As a strong advocate of the New Zealand dive industry, PADI Assistant Instructor, Michael Keller first came to our attention on ScubaEarth for his active role with logging his dives. Nearly a year after Michael’s first ScubaEarth interview, we spoke with him again regarding his latest diving escapades and his […]Read more ›
An article on diving published in 2006 was the catalyst for a lifetime of excitement and new adventures for Dragos Dumitrescu. Now a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer, Dragos jumped fin first into diving after taking his Open Water course in the Black Sea. He said despite the “low vis […]Read more ›
Our post this week comes from blogger, technical diver and PADI Instructor Daria Boruta from Poland. Daria shares her passion for diving all around the world, and tips for marketing yourself as a scuba instructor. Her blog is Zanurzona w błękicie which means “submerged in blue” in Polish. — I really […]Read more ›
PADI Dive Instructor, Sam Jupe is being referred to as a hero. Earlier this month Sam was on a holiday in Fiji when he performed an incredible whale rescue. While on a charter boat, Sam noticed the distressed whale, which had its tail tangled in commercial fishing gear. Sam reports […]Read more ›