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Top Eight Olympic Sports Divers Love

OK, so scuba diving is not an Olympic sport. But we still have plenty of sports to cheer for. According to research on more than 400,000 divers, many active recreational divers also enjoy other cross over activities that are on … Continue reading

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Diver Fashion: Why You Should Suit Up in Color

Recently we verified that almost a third of divers are female and an increasing percentage of women are being certified yearly. You would think with the growing number of ladies trading in their heels for fins, we would see some … Continue reading

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Curacao: A Must-Dive-Destination

Must-Dive-Destination from our e-Newsletter Curacao is quickly growing in popularity amongst divers. Located in the southwestern Caribbean, nestled between Aruba and Bonaire, it’s no wonder this tropical paradise is scaling every diver’s Must-Dive list. As Curacao continues to gain popularity, … Continue reading

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Wonder what the top Five PADI specialty courses are?

It’s the start of the summer SCUBA diving season and many previously certified divers are looking to expand their diving knowledge and try some new experiences. One sure way to do this is through advanced or specialty courses. According to … Continue reading

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5 Sizzling Dive Deals

These 5 Sizzling Dive Deals come to you straight from our E-newsletter! We hope you find your next destination in one of these hot summer deals. We also have a $50 off offer per person on any 7-night dive package booked … Continue reading

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Bet You Didn’t Know: Scuba Diving by the Numbers

For all the changes that have happened in scuba diving over the past 20 years, some things have stayed rather constant. A quick look at stats from PADI show some familiar trends (that actually aren’t that surprising) but interesting all … Continue reading

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Learning to Scuba Dive – A simple process with lifelong rewards

In order to enjoy the many wonders and sights of the underwater world, recreational scuba divers need to become “certified.” The process, which is not difficult, is however very important since diving does bring with it some inherent risks. There … Continue reading

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Top Aquatic Attractions in the Cayman Islands

There is no question the Cayman Islands are one of the most popular scuba diving destinations in the world. Just ask Tom Cruise and Gene Hackman  the well-known actors explored the islands underwater treasures during filming of the motion picture The … Continue reading

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What’s the difference between SCUBA, snorkeling, free diving and spear fishing?

It’s a recreational activity enjoyed around the world. And something that a vast majority of people say they’ve “always wanted to try” – scuba diving. SCUBA is an acronym for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. Divers enjoy the freedom of … Continue reading

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Scuba Diving Myths – and REALITIES!

SCUBA diving is one of the most beautiful and enjoyable activities on the planet today. If you’ve ever explored the underwater world by snorkeling or trying SCUBA, you would have to agree. Despite the beauty (and challenges) that go with … Continue reading

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