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Looking for divers in The Florida Keys

by Emilie Schuff on January 27, 2017



We have dive club special rates for

groups. We want to take you and your club diving!

Each 2 tank trip, includes tanks, weights, and a FREE Guide!


all the top wrecks of the upper keys:  Eagle, Spiegel Grove and Duane.

For every 10 paying divers get ONE FREE.

All dives guided by our staff of

marine enthusiasts, so kick back and really enjoy your dives.

We have over 50 different dive sites

ranging from 20ft to 110ft. Our most famous site, Alligator Reef, has more than

500 different species of fish!

On site gear storage locker for all

dive gear. No more dragging wet gear back and forth each day. Leave your gear ...


Scuba Diving Adventures in Colombia!

by Carlos Andres Yepes Ardila on July 09, 2016

Hi! Pacific, Caribbean and Altitud Dving just in place! Log your next diving in Colombia.…


Galapagos Liveaboard Scuba Diving Trip with Giant Stride Dive Shop, Warwick, RI

by Red on February 15, 2016

Galapagos Liveaboard Scuba Diving Trip

Because of an unexpected cancellation there are 3 seats left for this amazing trip!!!!!  Deposits were forfeited so 1 seat has a $1500.00 credit off the retail price of $4850.00 and 2 seats to be sold as a pair at $1000.00 off each seat. Trip of a lifetime July 18-25 2016 aboard the Galapagos Master (formerly known as Deep Blue). Includes 7 nights aboard the Galapagos Master (18-25July2016) Retail Price Galapagos Master: $4,850 pp/do Includes: 4 dives per day, nitrox, dive equipment, beer Note: Wine is not included. You will be responsible for booking your own flight posted below is my recommended flight schedule.  Not included in price :AA airfare :...


i love dive

by Wood Hung on December 03, 2015

i love dive in Taiwan Pingtong

it's very interesting!


Bonaire: staying at Buddy Dive

by Pete Bucknell on November 01, 2015

Bonaire: Staying at Buddy Dive

A must see place for all divers alike.

Where is Bonaire? It's off the coast of Venezuela.Asked to go and shoot video for a dive club for a week in the Dutch Island : Bonaire, I picked up some information that might be useful to you if you're new to Bonaire diving.I highly recommend the diving there, and I was happy with the experience at "Buddy Dive Resort"Here are some tips:It's a fantastic place to spend a week of stress-free shore diving, with nitrox and air available right on the dock, or at a drive-thru located right in the resort.Weights and tanks are provided of course. All equipment is available for rent. Towels provided Safes are also provided in...


Buddies wanted for cheap trip to dive Sabah, Malaysia

by Kmcewan on April 19, 2015

Hi**I have 25% discount for TRACC dive conservation org in Borneo - I need buddies**I was at TRACC (Tropical research and Conservation centre) on Pom Pom Island In early 2014 and as a returning volunteer I get  a 25% discount for me and my "buddies".  Does anyone want to go diving on a awesome coral reef island close to Sipadan island in Sabah for really cheap.  1 Month including 2 dive courses is 1675 pounds and after my discount we can get to **stay for 40 pounds per day (us$60 euro 55)** ( minimum 2 weeks) everything is included - food, accommodation,  diving and transport from Tawau.  I want to go for 12 weeks minimum but my "buddies can join" for any 2 week period while I am there....


Island hopping in the Visayas, Philippines

by Florine Isunderwater on January 29, 2015

I thought I was going back to South East Asia another time… I was wrong and so surprised about what I found in the Philippines! It was definitely different but in the end it was much better than expected.  [...]

My itinerary in the Visayan Islands

I could have done like most tourists, booking domestic flights and visit the whole country in 3 weeks by spending no more than 2 days in every place. Palawan, another great place of the Philippines was on my list. My main target being Malapascua and having heard Manila was not the nicest place of the Philippines, I looked for a flight arriving directly to Cebu and found the perfect one via South Korea (giving me the opportunity to discover Seoul...


Tips for SCUBA Travel - eBook

by SKuba Steve on August 20, 2014

Hi Diveboard Buddies,

If you travel with SCUBA gear then you know there can be a LOT to think about  as you plan your trip.

In this short eBook I share things I've found to be helpful when I'm getting ready to go on a dive trip either by air or auto. Click the book cover photo or the link at the bottom of this post.

This is currently available in PDF or ePub format.

This link is not public but not really secret either. If you travel for SCUBA please consider downloading it and if you can fill out the feedback on the bottom of the page after you've gone through it. 

In the coming months I'm going to update it and put it out publicly but I'd love some input from interested divers first. ...


Destinations of Opportunity

by SKuba Steve on June 12, 2014

There you are... you're traveling for business or visiting your relatives; walking down a boardwalk... and then it hits you... 'I could be diving!'

How often do you take the opportunity to go SCUBA diving when you are traveling for other reasons? Do you avoid packing your gear if you're not going on a 'dive trip' simply because you'd only get one or two dives in anyway?

I know I have. I've been to California and the northeast plenty of times to get some dives in but left my gear at home. Why?

Here are 5 reasons divers lose dive opportunities!

It's too much to carry.

That's not the point of this trip.

The airlines charge too much for checked bags. ...


When do you love a desiccated isopod?

by SKuba Steve on March 26, 2014

Taking a day to go diving off Anacapa during a trip to California for your sister's wedding... awesome!

Finding a desiccated isopod in your divebag a few years after the trip... priceless!

Read more on my blog!

The surface interval's over... get out there and dive!

SKuba Steve


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