Scuba diving is a lifestyle, and there are plenty of dive clubs, web forums, sport foundations, training agencies and research organizations to learn from as you browse the “underwater” web.
“The Way the World Learns to Dive” PADI is the world’s leading scuba diving training organization. With more than forty years experience, over 136,000 PADI Professionals and more than 6200 dive shops and resorts worldwide, PADI training materials and services let you experience scuba diving around the world.
TDI – Technical Diving International
TDI is the largest technical certification agency in the world. As one of the first agencies to provide training in mixed gas diving and rebreathers, TDI is seen as an innovator of new diving techniques and programs which previously were not available to the general public.
Minnesota Rovers Outing Club
For people who love the outdoors. Minnesota Rovers Outdoors Club is a diverse group of people drawn together by a common appreciation for the outdoors. They enjoy scuba diving, hiking, biking, canoeing, climbing, skiing, snowshoeing, camping, sight-seeing, and take an active role in the preservation of the wilderness with which Minnesota is so well endowed.
ScubaStyle features wholesome, creative designs for all scuba divers. You won’t find any tired pirate cliches, off-colored innuendos, or boring clip art in our designs. Only good, clean, and original stuff for scuba buffs.
Wreck Diving Magazine
Wreck Diving Magazine – first published in 2004 – has covered more shipwrecks than any other magazine, because that’s all they do! From fresh water to salt, from shallow recreational depths, to extreme technical dives, all are featured in Wreck Diving Mag. WDM has writers from all over the world contributing wreck diving articles and images.