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Freediving: The Adventure That Changed My Life

By Guest Blogger Guest Post by EJ Marina Kim Last year, I was just a an ordinary office worker in Korea. Every morning at 8am I would join the crowds on the subway for my two-hour commute, only to return home at 9pm and fall straight asleep. This had been my life for …read more […]

Top 6 Reasons to Get Scuba Certified Locally

By Megan Denny A PADI® Open Water Diver certification is the most widely-recognized in the world. There are thousands of PADI Dive Centers worldwide, but here are six reasons why you should get certified locally: Spend Your Holiday Time Having Fun – Not Taking a Class Vacations aren’t cheap. With hotel costs averaging …read more […]

Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

By Tara Bradley Connell Divers come to the Florida Keys not just because it’s the only barrier reef in North America and the third-largest coral reef in the world, but it’s also home to Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. “FKNMS holds a tremendous collection of shipwrecks representing much of the maritime heritage …read more Source:: […]

5 Phenomenal Diving Adventures to Experience as a PADI Open Water Diver

By Florine Quirion You’re a newly certified PADI Open water diver but soon enough you discover that many exciting dives are out of range for you: too deep, too cold, etc. But, never fear! If you’re not yet enrolled on a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course there are still plenty of exciting …read more […]

Diving Wife, Happy Life! The love story of scuba

By Cathy Evans Written by Alexandra Dimitriou Scuba diving has lead me to every joyous occasion that I can think of in my life. It keeps my family together, introduced me to my husband, unlocks the entire planet and I’ve made some of the best friends that this world has to offer. My …read more […]

Enter the ‘I Love My PADI Pro’ Contest

By Tara Bradley Connell Whether they are showing underwater photographers a secret spot to find marine life, or helping divers become more advanced in a favored PADI® specialty, we all know a PADI Pro (or two) that has made an impact in the lives of their students and fellow divers. The I Love My …read […]

My Diving Bucket List

By Guest Blogger Written by Lisa from Fjords and Beaches As a travel blogger I am quite familiar with the term ‘bucket list’, and I have had one since I was 16. It is still written on the same piece of Hannah Montana notebook paper, with many additions, check marks, strike throughs and …read more […]

Top Dive Sites in the Florida Keys

By Guest Blogger Written by PADI AmbassaDiver, Jack Fishman As a PADI Staff Instructor and AmbassaDiver living in the Florida Keys for the past several years, I have had the privilege of exploring and sharing with others the depths and shallows of many dive sites throughout the more than 100-mile expanse …read more Source:: PADI […]

Junior Scientists in the Sea

By Megan Denny Junior Scientists in the Sea (JSIS) offers teenagers the opportunity to explore the underwater world while gaining experience in science, technology, engineering and math (STEAM), and learn real-world job skills. Participants come from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds and can learn to scuba dive as part of the year-round program. …read more […]

Take the Challenge: Expand your Diving this Year

By Guest Blogger Written by Danielle Schofield Are you a new diver looking to spice up your logbook, or a seasoned aficionado who’s found themselves in an aquatic version of Groundhog Day? Read on for ideas on how to broaden your scuba horizons over the next twelve months. See a coral reef glow …read more […]

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