Post Tagged with: "PADI Women’s Dive Day"

The Rise and Rise of Female Scuba Divers

The Rise and Rise of Female Scuba Divers

14 July, 2017 at 12:43 am Comments are Disabled

By guest blogger, and founder of Girls that Scuba, Sarah Richard. Scuba diving, like many sports, has historically been a male dominated field. However, this is changing. Since PADI’s first Women’s Dive Day in 2014 there has been a 2.2% increase in female certifications for PADI recreational courses, from 37.2% […]

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How To Inspire The Next Generation of Dive Women

How To Inspire The Next Generation of Dive Women

10 July, 2017 at 5:03 am Comments are Disabled

Inspiring the next generation of divers can be as simple as just taking the time to interact with the youth in your life by sharing stories, asking about their interests, and encouraging them to step out of their comfort zones. The future of diving and the health of our oceans […]

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Brinkley Davies: Aussie Native, PADI Divemaster, and Eco Warrior

Brinkley Davies: Aussie Native, PADI Divemaster, and Eco Warrior

13 June, 2017 at 10:34 pm Comments are Disabled

Brinkley Davies is an Aussie native residing in beautiful Port Lincoln, South Australia. Not only does Brinkley take some incredibly stunning shots (check out @brinkleydavies, trust us it’s worth it!) but she’s also a PADI® Divemaster, founder of the Balu Blue Foundation and ‘Australian of the Year’ nominee. Phew, we […]

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Inspiring PADI Women Contest Winners

Inspiring PADI Women Contest Winners

26 April, 2017 at 8:55 am Comments are Disabled

In anticipation for PADI® Women’s Dive Day 2017, we asked you to nominate someone in your life that has proven to be a champion for women in diving for a chance to win prizes from GoPro and Aqua Lung.  From encouraging more women to start diving and being an influential […]

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Celebrating PADI Women’s Dive Day 2016

Celebrating PADI Women’s Dive Day 2016

11 August, 2016 at 7:00 am Comments are Disabled

Last year was the inaugural PADI Women’s Dive Day, an initiative aimed at closing the gender gap in diving. During this first year, there were 335 events hosted in 65 countries, with over 6,000 total divers. On July 16, 2016, the second annual PADI Women’s Dive Day was even more successful. The number of events […]

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6 Fantastic Female Marine Animals

6 Fantastic Female Marine Animals

6 July, 2016 at 10:00 am Comments are Disabled

Female marine animals certainly have much to celebrate. Here we take a look and some very interesting and impressive marine ladies. The Ribbon Eel Ribbon eels are thought to be ‘protandric hermaphrodites’, meaning they are born male and change sex to female. The change in gender occurs as the Ribbon […]

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