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 ›
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An agreement between NDSTC, US Navy Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (Navy COOL), Marine Corps COOL and the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) allows Navy divers to earn a PADI Advanced Open Water certification at no additional cost for Navy-enlisted or Marine-Corps enlisted personnel. Additional fee-based options are available for non-Navy […]Read more ›
Stuck on what to give? We’re helping you get a head start on gift-giving for all the special people in your life. Here’s a great list of scuba-inspired PADI Gear items for friends, family, and your dive buddy this holiday season! Men’s PADI Stripe SS Shirt Unwrap a staff favorite! Look […]Read more ›
From eerie shipwrecks to underwater cemeteries, here are six spooky dive sites that will give you the creeps. Truk Lagoon, Micronesia If you are looking for a thrill-seeking adventure, visit the ghost fleet of Truk Lagoon, also known as Chuuk. With more than 50 major shipwrecks from WWII, Truk Lagoon […]Read more ›
If you’re at 125 feet underwater and you see a fish with bloated red lips, walking like a drunk guy, with a horn like a unicorn and shaped like a bat, two things could be happening. You may have nitrogen narcosis or you’re diving off the Galapagos Islands looking at […]Read more ›
We all have a story to tell. PADI divers and members, especially. Every day we hear and trade stories, pictures and videos of the incredible and unique experiences we have as divers. So, what’s your story? This month, we’re asking PADI supporters to share their story with us. It could […]Read more ›