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Scuba Careers: Becoming an Underwater Archeologist

Scuba Careers: Becoming an Underwater Archeologist

29 May, 2018 at 4:20 pm Comments are Disabled

Love scuba diving, history and travel? A career as an underwater archaeologist might be the job for you – if you have the patience and buoyancy skills. Learn more about what it’s like to work as an underwater archeologist. Melissa Price is a PADI Pro currently working at the Florida […]

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The Unsung Pioneers of Diving – Part 2

The Unsung Pioneers of Diving – Part 2

5 March, 2018 at 12:41 am Comments are Disabled

Written by PADI AmbassaDiver™ Gemma Smith Carrying on from my last blog on the unsung pioneers of diving, I had always intended to write now about some of my favourite male divers who have contributed to this diving sport we all love. As I started researching though I came across […]

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Becoming a Scuba Instructor Can Be a Passport to the World

Becoming a Scuba Instructor Can Be a Passport to the World

2 November, 2017 at 10:40 am Comments are Disabled

Honduras. Hawaii. Indonesia. Mexico. Zanzibar. These are the destinations Josiah Mackin, 35, has called home after becoming an instructor in 2009 at Utila Dive Center, a PADI® Career Development Center in the Bay Islands of Honduras. His is the sort of life that many dream about, and only some make […]

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Where Do Our Dreams Take Us?

Where Do Our Dreams Take Us?

30 July, 2017 at 12:45 am Comments are Disabled

This post marks the last in a series from guest blogger, Lowri James. We’ve been following her and her husband’s journey from non-divers to PADI professionals… Oli and I have now been living in Cyprus for almost 5 months, working at Cyprus Diving Adventures – a PADI 5-star dive centre located […]

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Underwater archaeology with AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith – Part 2

Underwater archaeology with AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith – Part 2

30 April, 2017 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

Continuing from part one, AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith explains her role in the underwater excavations of the famous Antikythera wreck… In 2012 a marine archaeologist from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts was granted permission by the Greek government to once again start underwater excavations on the Antikythera wreck. Alongside other […]

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Underwater archaeology with AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith – Part 1

Underwater archaeology with AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith – Part 1

25 April, 2017 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

In this two part blog AmbassaDiver Gemma Smith writes about getting involved in the mysterious world of underwater archaeology… Why Underwater Archaeology? There are many aspects of diving I love, and there are always new adventures to have and new places to see as a diver. This is one of […]

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