Post Tagged with: "scuba diving"

The Unsung Pioneers of Diving – Part 1

The Unsung Pioneers of Diving – Part 1

17 November, 2017 at 12:45 am Comments are Disabled

Written by PADI AmbassaDiver, Gemma Smith With technology in diving constantly evolving, and the boundaries of what is possible continually being pushed, it is sometimes easy to forget those pioneers of diving, who paved the way for so much of what we do now. Whether it was a woman determined […]

Read more ›
One Small Step – Choosing the correct entry method

One Small Step – Choosing the correct entry method

10 November, 2017 at 12:46 am Comments are Disabled

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” – Confucius   Since every dive starts with an entry, it’s important to know the different techniques for different environments. When making this decision, start by answering these three questions. What is the surface like where you’re entering? Is it […]

Read more ›
4 Misconceptions About Scuba Diving

4 Misconceptions About Scuba Diving

30 October, 2017 at 5:00 am Comments are Disabled

When it comes to diving, there are a few misconceptions floating around that we think are worth clarifying. Maybe these four explanations will help you convince your BFF that it’s time to get certified or help assure your mom that it’s not as ‘crazy’ of a sport as she might […]

Read more ›
Scuba Diving: Sport or Leisure Activity?

Scuba Diving: Sport or Leisure Activity?

9 August, 2017 at 12:43 am Comments are Disabled

By guest blogger, Alexandra Dimitriou Scuba diving is fun. Scuba diving is exciting. Scuba diving makes you stronger. Scuba diving makes you happier. But is it a sport if it’s so much fun? What’s the difference between a sport and a leisure activity anyway and why does there have to […]

Read more ›
How Scuba Signals Change the way we Communicate on Land

How Scuba Signals Change the way we Communicate on Land

24 June, 2017 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

Written by Guest Blogger Alexandra Dimitriou Scuba signals keep us safe underwater. They help divers share the rare treasures they find, like a small nudibranch or a giant hammerhead, with barely more than a flick of the wrist.  Humorous hand signals are constantly evolving and keep a smile on our […]

Read more ›
Malta; Through the Azure Window

Malta; Through the Azure Window

15 March, 2017 at 1:30 am Comments are Disabled

One week ago the iconic Azure Window, also known as the Dwejra Window, collapsed in Malta. Having stood in Dwejra Bay for 500 years, since two sea caves eroded to meet, this natural wonder had welcomed countless visitors throughout the years; a gateway to Malta’s unique, and vibrant scenery. Famous […]

Read more ›