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Top 4 PADI specialties to help other divers

There are many PADI dive specialties to choose from to continue diver education; from the unique Mola Mola, Mine and Hot Spring Diver courses to...

Diving and Children: Responding to Individual Needs

PADI MSDT Maryse Dare continues her Scubaverse blog with part three about responding to individual needs… Scuba diving is a wonderful activity with many therapeutic...

Diving with a disability in Sharm el Sheikh

Being office bound now, I am always after any excuse to go for a dive and spend the day on the boat. Usually I try...

Deptherapy’s Red Sea Wrecks – Part 7

Deptherapy’s Red Sea Wrecks – Part 6

Deptherapy’s Red Sea Wrecks – Part 5

Deptherapy’s Red Sea Wrecks – Part 4

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Gary Green

Gary Green is an author, team leader and PADI AmbassaDIVER. After being medically discharged from the British Army following an IED attack which left him blind in one eye and with PTSD, Gary was introduced to scuba diving through the...

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Jon Beever

Jon Beever qualified as a PADI AOWD on the recent May 2017 Deptherapy training programme in Egypt. After a medical discharge from the British Army, Jon’s introduction to scuba diving was curtailed by a serious motorcycle accident. Now having firmly...

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Yo-Han Cha

Yo-Han Cha is a member of the Northern Underwater Photography Group and started taking underwater photos with a Canon Ixus 980 IS before upgrading to an Olympus OM-D EM-5 two years ago. He has a BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry and...