We told you to act fast! There are only a few spots left on PADI Diving Society’s infamous Total Submersion event 9 – 16 June 2012. Society members are counting down the days until they are back in Grand Cayman and enjoying the usual tomfoolery that Total Submersion offers - so what are you waiting for?Packages include*:• Roundtrip on-island transfers • Seven nights accommodations - Sunset House • Four days of two-tank boat diving - Sunset Divers
Together they've traveled more than 96,500 kilometres/60,000 miles across four continents and now they’re planning to scuba dive in Borneo with PADI Diving Society! Join The Lost Girls and avid PADI Divers -- Jennifer Baggett, Holly Corbett and Amanda Pressner -- as they discover the exotic wonders of Malaysia’s Borneo and the magical islands of Mabul and Sipadan.
Come and explore an undiscovered paradise on the north coast of Roatán, Honduras. At Turquoise Bay Dive & Beach Resort, guests enjoy the personal service that only a small dive resort can offer. Located on Roatán’s northeast shore, Turquoise Bay is the only dive resort in this lush and remote area, introducing divers to uncrowded, pristine sites.
The premier diving and snorkeling center on Nassau is located in a quiet seaside village used in the 1996 feature film Flipper. Today, the set is a state-of-the-art dive center offering guests a variety of activities that explore southwest Nassau’s spectacular walls, reefs, wrecks and movie sites. The modern retail center offers a full selection of resort wear, plus our outdoor grill is open daily for lunch and dinner.
Pass through Scuba Club’s arched gateway and you’ve entered a charming Spanish colonial village by the sea. It’s so tranquil and inviting that you might feel you’ve been transported to another time and place. But you’ll find that this is a modern town built with scuba divers in mind. From the drying racks on each terrace to the private pier and custom dive boats, right down to the swinging hammocks under the thatched roof by the water — everything is designed to make life easier for the diver.