Check out Cyprus diving in the brochure!

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See this great article about artificial reefs in Cyprus!

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  • Simple mistakes you make when learning to dive (and how to avoid them) 19/09/2017
    By guest blogger, Lisa from Fjords and Beaches I am a huge advocate for learning to dive, and believe it is an experience everyone should get to go through. I am constantly telling friends and family that they just have to do it, and am trying to convince everyone I […] The post Simple mistakes […]
    Cathy Evans
  • Recycling Myths Trashed 19/09/2017
    We all know that recycling is an important issue and as divers we have seen the effects of plastic in our oceans. Are we doing enough? Here are some common myths about recycling which may be holding us back from doing more to help Mother Nature and protect our beautiful […] The post Recycling Myths […]
    Sarah Wormald
  • Trip of a Lifetime to the Great Barrier Reef Doesn’t Disappoint 19/09/2017
    Last month, to celebrate the Professional Association of Diving Instructor’s (PADI) 25 millionth diving certification, Sarah Gleeson and a buddy of her choosing were invited on a dream trip to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and saw first-hand the state of the Reef. “I had seen reports of the Great Barrier […] The post Trip of […]
    Peta King
  • Balearic Islands Hope Spot 18/09/2017
    The Balearic Islands are situated in the Mediterranean, and consist of Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera. In 2015, Dr. Sylvia Earle named the Balearic Islands as a Hope Spot. Hope Spots are areas in our ocean that Mission BlueTM, an alliance that includes more than 200 respected ocean conservation groups and […] The post Balearic Islands […]
    Cathy Evans
  • Meet Miriam Fardous, the First Arab Woman to Dive the North Pole 18/09/2017
    Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? My name is Mariam, I am a 32 year old, Saudi Physician and extremely passionate about adventure. I’m also passionate about global volunteering as I am an ambassador in many international organization as African Impacts to help African kids and Women […] The post Meet Miriam […]
    Cathy Evans
  • 10 Ways You Can Help Coastal Clean-up Efforts 16/09/2017
    With ever increasing pollution in and around our coasts, it can often feel like an uphill struggle to start to shift the tide (pun intended). So, we’ve come up with a list of 10 things you can do as an individual to help coastal clean-up efforts – from tackling the […] The post 10 Ways […]
    Cathy Evans
  • Myoungho Noh Joins the PADI AmbassaDiver Family 15/09/2017
    We’re thrilled to welcome Myoungho Noh to the PADI AmbassaDiver family! Not only is he a PADI Course Director but he was also the first PADI Freediver Instructor Trainer from Korea. We got to know him a little better and learnt about some of his favourite freediving moments and what […] The post Myoungho Noh […]
    Peta King
  • Interview with London Excel Outdoor Show Competition Winner – Katie Gibbs 12/09/2017
    If you joined us at the London Excel Outdoor Show then you may have entered our competition to win a PADI course. We caught up with the winner of the competition, Katie Gibbs, to find out what she thought of her PADI Open Water Diver course she took at Flippas-n-Fins […] The post Interview with […]
    Cathy Evans
  • My 5 Top Tips for Wreck Diving 12/09/2017
    By guest blogger Alexandra Dimitriou Wreck diving is exhilarating. Wreck diving is special. Wreck diving may be more extreme than regular diving, and it demands a greater respect, but it’s easy to get the most out of wrecks while keeping yourself out if the danger zone. Perhaps wreck is so exhilarating […] The post My 5 […]
    Cathy Evans
  • Juvenile Great White Shark Rescued at Sydney Beach 12/09/2017
    A baby great white shark washed up at Shelly Beach on Sydney’s northern beaches yesterday afternoon. After several failed attempts to return the injured shark to the sea, rescuers moved it to the nearby Fairy Bower ocean pool. The juvenile shark, nicknamed ‘Fluffy,’ was around 2 metres (9.8 feet) long […] The post Juvenile Great […]
    Peta King
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