Candice Landau

Divemaster, Writer and Digital Marketing Expert


Candice is a self-proclaimed scuba diving fanatic. She lives in Eugene, Oregon and dives the beautiful but cold Pacific Northwest waters. When she’s not diving she’s writing about diving on her website, Scuba Scribbles. You can follow her on twitter @candylandau. She is a Divemaster at Eugene Skin Diver's Supply

Recent blog posts written by Candice Landau

Host the Best Birthday Party Ever: A Discover Scuba Diving Party!

Host the Best Birthday Party Ever: A Discover Scuba Diving Party!

5 March, 2018 at 2:06 pm Comments are Disabled

When Margaret McKenney, an Oregon-based scuba instructor, asked if I wanted to help out with a scuba diving party, I have to admit I was perplexed. Margaret is a force of nature and a well-known and well-liked member of our somewhat obsessed scuba community. Surely she didn’t need my help? […]

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Guide to PADI Divemaster: The Rescue Scenario

Guide to PADI Divemaster: The Rescue Scenario

8 December, 2017 at 5:00 am Comments are Disabled

If you’re training to become a PADI® Divemaster, you took the Rescue Diver course. And, if you took the Rescue course, you probably remember how intense the in-water unresponsive diver rescue was. I had to do it at least three times before I had it down. The Divemaster rescue scenario demonstration […]

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Divemaster Training: 11 Reasons to Become a “Tank Monkey”

Divemaster Training: 11 Reasons to Become a “Tank Monkey”

13 November, 2017 at 5:00 am Comments are Disabled

Disclaimer: The opinions of the author are her own and in no way reflect the opinions of PADI® or the dive shop affiliated with her. Of the many things I’ve learned in my Divemaster training (how not to map a dive site, and how to perform an equipment exchange while […]

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Why Slow Divers are the Best Kind of Diver

Why Slow Divers are the Best Kind of Diver

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

Written by Candice Landau “There’s barely any life out there!” A throw-away comment I made barely two months after getting certified. At the time I had been diving Mike’s Beach Resort in the Hood Canal in Washington State. After my second dive I clambered out of the water, the frustrated […]

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Guide to PADI Divemaster: Equipment Exchange Test

Guide to PADI Divemaster: Equipment Exchange Test

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

Guest blog post written by Candice Landau Scuba diving is a sport. No doubt about it. To anyone who wants to argue, do an hour-long dive and tell me how you feel just half an hour later. Chances are you’ll be famished and ready for a nap. The reason we’re […]

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