Planning your next diving holiday? Are you looking for a more unique dive experience? Consider the array of benefits that come through liveaboard diving. To get out of the doldrums of everyday life, there’s perhaps no better way. Liveaboard diving means you’ll be in great company with fellow divers and you’re sure to make new friendships that last a lifetime. For more information click here.
Last year five incredible Ocean Action Projects were put into motion after you voted for the conservation projects you believed would make a real impact. From shark and manta ray protection to cleaning up the ocean from the growing onslaught of trash, follow the Ocean Action journey as these projects go from strength to strength.
With a significant selection of whale shark locales in the Asia Pacific region, we’ve deliberated over the best spots to come face to face with these majestic beauties. Luckily for PADI divers, this means that the opportunity to dive with one of the ocean’s greats is accompanied by the prospect of visiting a range of bucket list destinations! Learn more here ...
You don’t need gobs of cash to enjoy a great dive vacation (though it doesn’t hurt).For our dive destination by budget feature in Sport Diver, we found proof of this in our roundup of nine awesome dive trips for every budget.Let’s be honest, we all like to stretch our dollars as far as they’ll go, but traveling to exotic destinations for a dive vacation hasn’t always been easy — until now. Whether your bank account is bursting at the seams and you’d like to splurge, or you want to find a cool place to bring the whole family (even your mother-in-law), we’ve got a dive trip for you.
To celebrate 30 fantastic years of the "LiveAboard Lifestyle," Aggressor Fleet and Dancer Fleet are giving away 30 dive vacations to exotic destinations worldwide, including the Galapagos Islands, Palau, Fiji, Komodo, Hawaii, the Dominican Republic, the Red Sea and more.Enter Now!
Local Actions Make a Global Difference Project AWARE Foundation launches the Ocean Action ProjectThe search is on. Project AWARE Foundation is looking for innovative and results-driven projects to address two key focus areas: tackling marine debris problems and protecting critical shark and ray species.
Are you a member of a local environmental group working to tackle the marine debris problems or protecting our sharks and rays? You’re in luck. Project AWARE foundation is looking to support a local committee or group.
Thank you to thousands of volunteers who rallied together with Project AWARE during September’s Debris Month of Action! With a united mission to combat the growing marine debris problem, more than 17,000 lbs/7500 kgs of debris was removed and reported from underwater environments around the globe.
Logging a dive on ScubaEarth has never been easier with the launch of the new Dive Computer File Import Wizard. The tool allows you to upload your individual dives, or multiple dives, and will generate your dive profiles so you can easily log your dives on ScubaEarth. You can easily import your dives to ScubaEarth in a few simple steps;
Spotting a whale shark is a dream for many divers. Divemaster Daniel Zapata and the Solmar V crew were ecstatic at the recent sighting a 35 foot whale shark. But their happiness soon turned to sadness when they saw a huge line wrapped around the pregnant whale shark cutting into her skin and threatening her life.
September’s Debris Month of Action is in full swing and as always, scuba divers are going above and beyond to help remove trash to keep our ocean environment clean and healthy. Samy Gheraz and the crew at Infinity Ocean Diving in Phuket, Thailand kick started their Dive Against Debris Hero actions, organising monthly Dive Against Debris surveys – the first one of which took place with great success on 9th September.
PADI Diving Society is looking for a great photo to be featured as the 2014 PADI Diving Society membership card. The winner will get a certificate, a shout-out on Facebook and their image shared with more than 200,000 Society members worldwide.
Every day, scuba divers around the world battle the ocean’s silent killer – marine debris - from beneath the surface. Their mission during this September’s Debris Month of Action? To inspire year-round action to remove, report and prevent underwater debris while combating the growing marine debris problem.