Every day, PADI Professionals change lives. They introduce people to the underwater world and give them a new perspective. Recently, Ayn Cando, became one of these life-changers. Here, she shares her story of becoming a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor. For 10 years, the corporate world left me feeling empty, […]Read more ›
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Guest post by Jill Heinerth In my predictable middle-class family, dinners were normally shared around the table and television viewing was limited, with strict parental supervision. But, every Sunday night we were permitted to eat in the family room and watch Jacques Cousteau don slick rubber neoprene, and descend into a […]Read more ›
World Surf League – Chaos Theory – Making Of Scenes from Eskimo on Vimeo. Bill Swano is a PADI diver who often uses his scuba skills for his job as an Art Director for television. He specializes in adventure travel, competition reality TV as well as commercials and event design. […]Read more ›
“The direction of my career developed through PADI. Professionally, I was a graphic designer and photographer while I developed my scuba skills through continuing education. Taking ongoing classes helped me be a part of a community of like-minded divers who put safety first and had fun all the while.” Inspiration […]Read more ›
Alessandra Sicilia is the manager of TGI Diving, with three PADI Dive Centers in Egypt and a total of 12 around the world. PADI Regional Mananger Jonas Samuelsson interviewed her in the run up to the PADI Women’s Dive Day… Thank you very much for taking the time to share your […]Read more ›
When we asked PADI Pro Andrew Raak for his job title, he suggested: Freelance Dive Instructor for beginners to billionaires, and everyone in between. Sounds like a great gig to us! Read on to learn more about the adventures of Andrew… Originally from Philadelphia, Andrew developed a fascination with the ocean […]Read more ›