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Win An All Inclusive PADI Instructor Internship

Eight Candidates will Embark on the Adventure of a Lifetime in Beautiful Bali. Blue Season Bali is hosting the third edition of  “The Best Dive Job in the World“, an international professional training contest offering amazing opportunities for eight dive

By |October 8th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on Win An All Inclusive PADI Instructor Internship

Scuba Diving in the Galapagos

PADI Scuba Diving in the Galapagos   Ralph and Joanne Bacon from Reefers and Wreckers have recently returned from The Galapagos Islands where they had the diving of their lives. The Galápagos Islands are an archipelago of volcanic islands distributed

By |October 6th, 2014|Scuba Blog|Comments Off on Scuba Diving in the Galapagos

PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor

A New PADI Instructor at Reefers and Wreckers   We done to Kerry Place who has just completed her PADI IDC and Instructor Examinations in Lanzarote. Kerry completed her PADI Assistant Instructor course with Reefers and Wreckers in

By |October 6th, 2014|Scuba Blog|Comments Off on PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor

Technical Diving on Gozo

PADI Tec 45, Tec 50,Trimix 50.   Congratulations to Gary Mcguigan who completed he DSAT Tec 45, Tec 50 and Trimix 50 while on Gozo in September. We dived out of Atlantis diving in Marsalforne where we were able to

By |October 6th, 2014|Scuba Blog|Comments Off on Technical Diving on Gozo

Shipwreck School Graduates its First Class

  World renowned side scan sonar expert, Garry Kozak recently completed the first “Side Scan Sonar Operators Course” for Shipwreck School. The Five participants received 3 days of comprehensive training on the school’s new EdgeTech model 4125 Dual Frequency Side

By |May 23rd, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on Shipwreck School Graduates its First Class

Social Media Intern Wanted – Costa Rica

Rich Coast Diving are looking for a social media intern who is familiar with Photoshop, Facebook, Twitter and willing to write blogs. For a 3 month internship they offer the Divemaster Certification or a PADI IDC, for 6 months they offer a

By |May 2nd, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on Social Media Intern Wanted – Costa Rica

[VIDEO] 10 Ways to Tell Your Students Are Not Ready for Open Water

The following video shows ten things, any of which are strong indicators that students need more time in confined water before being allowed to take part in open-water training. Some of these things reflect shortcomings on the part of individual

By |January 20th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on [VIDEO] 10 Ways to Tell Your Students Are Not Ready for Open Water

[VIDEO] A deceptively easy way to die – Cave Diving

Following the tragic deaths of father and son Darrin Spivey and Dillon Sanchez on Christmas Day there has been a lot of talk around the Internet on the dangers of cave diving. In particular, the family of Darrin and Dillon are campaigning to

By |January 7th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on [VIDEO] A deceptively easy way to die – Cave Diving

Analyzing Air Cylinders. Should You Do It? Share Your Thoughts

This is an area where I do have an opinion but for the purposes of this article I am going keep my own personal thoughts to myself as I am interested to hear from you, the scuba diving community. For

By |December 18th, 2013|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on Analyzing Air Cylinders. Should You Do It? Share Your Thoughts

Husband of Ronda Cross sues scuba training organization over death

Calgary woman’s scuba tank contained lethal levels of carbon monoxide, Ronda Cross autopsy reports show CBC News Calgary is reporting that the husband of a Calgary woman who died while scuba diving in Mexico is suing an international diver training organization, alleging

By |December 18th, 2013|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on Husband of Ronda Cross sues scuba training organization over death