Ameo Powerbreather Review

Ameo Powerbreather Review

Torben Lonne, Dive Instructor PRODUCT REVIEW The Ameo Powerbreather When it comes to your water kit, often the most cast aside piece is the snorkel. Anyone who has used a snorkel knows the annoyance of a limp snorkel that always seems to just get in the way of every...
Top 10 Best Dive Sites in the World

Top 10 Best Dive Sites in the World

Do You Have a Dive Bucket List for 2018? Everyone has a bucket list of things they would like to do before they die. It makes sense that divers should have their own bucket list! A list of dive sites to see before the end of their diving days. A list of the top ten...
Ears & Diving

Ears & Diving

No more bad dives because of your ears! Together with DAN Southern Africa & DAN Europe we have created this extensive graphic about your ears and diving: Grab this graphic totally free to show on you own site – just copy this code and insert it on you site:  ...
21 Ways to Avoid Motion Sickness

21 Ways to Avoid Motion Sickness

Don't let Motion Sickness ruin any trip. Seriously, nothing ruins a trip like feeling nausea or throwing up. Thus, most travelers will go along way to avoid spilling their breakfast overboard. But what can you do to avoid getting motion sickness? What really works?...
36 Reasons To Go Diving In The Philippines

36 Reasons To Go Diving In The Philippines

With over 7,000 islands in the country, the Philippine archipelago offers unlimited opportunities for underwater exploration. Divein.com asked a number of dive centers and underwater photographers to share their photos and thoughts about diving in the country. Are you...
Scuba Diving In Australia

Scuba Diving In Australia

Take a dive down under! Australia’s boundless collection of marine life and various beautiful islands to explore will be an experience any passionate diver, advanced or beginner, will never forget. Diving In Australia is truly the ultimate diving experience. One of...
Diving With Contact Lenses

Diving With Contact Lenses

Are you starting diving and using glasses? Or maybe contact lenses? You will be happy to know that you can still dive! You might be afraid that without your glasses, you want be able to see underwater. And you’ve heard that diving with contact lenses is not an option....
Diving In The Philippines

Diving In The Philippines

There are so many diving destinations to choose from worldwide, but plunging into the wonderful waters of the Philippines is a place you can’t pass up. The Philippines boasts hundreds of diving spots lying along its sea beds. The Republic of the Philippines The...
Diving In Indonesia: CNN’s Favorite

Diving In Indonesia: CNN’s Favorite

With over two thousand participants, Indonesia holds the Guinness Book World Record for organizing a scuba diving lessons and simultaneous diving attended by the most number of participants. This amazing achievement and others like it make Indonesia truly one of the...
How To Become A PADI Dive Instructor

How To Become A PADI Dive Instructor

Do you dream of diving all the time, diving all over the world, and becoming a pro-diver? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions then becoming a PADI dive instructor could be for you!!! Teaching others to dive and giving them an exciting underwater hobby...
Why Do We Pee After Diving?

Why Do We Pee After Diving?

Ever had to pee after scuba diving? You’re not alone, and you can thank (or blame) the pressure! Most divers have tried it at one point or another, and most experience it quite frequently: after coming back from a dive, they’re overwhelmed with a need to pee. But why...
11 Tips For Safe Diving

11 Tips For Safe Diving

Is scuba diving a dangerous sport? No, it’s not. In fact, diving is considered to be safer than many other more conventional sports. Despite what sensationalist news headlines suggest, the incidence of diving accidents is far less frequent than you might imagine. And...
Diving In Similan Islands – Khao Lak Area

Diving In Similan Islands – Khao Lak Area

Imagine crystal clear water and powder white sand that makes your feet want to be buried in it. This beautiful place is called the Similan Islands. It consists of nine islands resting about an hour’s speedboat away from the Khao Lak shore. This is where diving in...
Diving with Asthma

Diving with Asthma

Most people probably think that asthma is a definite contraindication for diving. Divers with perfectly healthy lungs often struggle with underwater breathing; why would an asthmatic even dream of trying it? Note: Before going diving with asthma you shall always get...
Diving And Travel: The Good And The Bad

Diving And Travel: The Good And The Bad

Managing complexity when traveling to foreign countries “I couldn’t possibly go to Egypt, not with the way they’ve treated foreign journalists lately” my friend told me, as we were discussing location for his upcoming dive holiday over coffee. “I don’t want to support...
Tips To Defog Scuba Mask

Tips To Defog Scuba Mask

Unless you do something about it, it’s bound to happen, your mask fogs up during a dive. If you forgot what your scuba instructor taught you on this subject here is a small guide to avoid it, without you having to buy “mask defog liquid”. New Scuba Mask After buying a...
Diving In Denmark

Diving In Denmark

A quick introduction to diving in the land of the Little Mermaid Denmark, the small kingdom in Scandinavia, may only have some 5.5 million inhabitants in its 16,000 square miles of land mass, and due to its northern latitude, it’s waters are not exactly abundant in...
Not Enough Plastic In The Ocean

Not Enough Plastic In The Ocean

New study finds that the amount of plastic debris found in our oceans is much less than previously estimated. But is this good or bad news? A new study, by Cozar et al, and published by PNAS.org, finds that plastic debris is more widespread in the world’s oceans than...
Underwater Wedding

Underwater Wedding

Take the Plunge and Say “I do” With More Bubbles than Champagne When most people dream about their wedding, it usually involves a tranquil romantic scene with a bride in white floating elegantly down the aisle. There’s usually not a lot of water involved in these...
Scuba Diving Without the Mrs

Scuba Diving Without the Mrs

So you are going on a holiday, you and your partner it’s just the two of you. No interruptions, just long walks on the beach, shopping and so on, you know the drill. Quality time together! But then, when you want to go diving, one or preferably two days - she starts...
Shark Finning: What is it?

Shark Finning: What is it?

Why would anyone ever kill a shark for its fins? And cut it off and let it drop to the bottom for a slow and painful death! There are many different type of animals that are hunted from beneath the ocean’s surface. From the larger fish to clams and oysters, many of us...

Shark eaten by Giant Moray Eel

Sharks are usually the apex predator in the ocean, but this white tip reef shark meets its match. In this incredible video you’ll see a shark fighting for its life against a giant Moray eel. Learn The Truth About Sharks Right Here In times where sharks are fighting...
Shark Series – The Lemon Shark

Shark Series – The Lemon Shark

Here's all you need to know about the Lemon Shark It's closely related to the great white sharks. Lemon sharks are sturdy, powerful and can grow up to 3 meters (10 feet). But relax and do not panic when you see one during your dive. Lemon sharks do not attack humans....
The Top 5 Diving Destinations in the Maldives

The Top 5 Diving Destinations in the Maldives

The Maldives is considered to be one of the world’s best destinations for scuba diving. As well as having beautiful white sand beaches on land, the surrounding clear seawater has an average temperature of between 26° and 30° all year-round. This makes diving...
Diving in Europe: 10 Best Dive Sites

Diving in Europe: 10 Best Dive Sites

What makes Europe such a good Dive Destination? It might be the diversity of coral from North to South! The thousand of Ship Wrecks scattered all over! Or the brilliant mix of big and small life! Europe is well known for the majestic landscapes, old architecture,...
Shark Feeding: Good or Bad?

Shark Feeding: Good or Bad?

They say that “shark feeding” is a good thing. Good for sharks and that it also spreads awareness about the safety of sharks and their habitat. So should we support shark feeding? This topic has been controversial for several years. Some say it changes the biological...
Diving in Fiji: The Soft Coral Capital

Diving in Fiji: The Soft Coral Capital

Scuba Diving in Fiji With numerous beautiful sites - and dramatic underwater attractions - that have gained popularity throughout the world, diving is undeniably exceptional in the azure waters of Fiji. Fiji The Republic of Fiji is a Melanesian country located in the...
Diving In Malaysia

Diving In Malaysia

Malaysia in a Nutshell: The Golden Peninsula With 11 states in the Malayan peninsula, and Sabah and Sarawak in the island of Borneo, Malaysia is known to be a diverse melting pot of various racial groups with residents comprised of 57% Malay. The remaining percentage...
Solo Diving: Would You?

Solo Diving: Would You?

It was not until 1999 that solo diving was formally entered into the certification roll by SDI. Although PADI, NAUI and other agencies have not included this type of diving certificate until now, solo diving has slowly gained acceptance among diving enthusiasts around...