By Simply Diving PADI Instructor Dan Nelmes HOW’S IT GOING DIVE FRIENDS..? April 24th was a particularly important day for divers. Why, I hear you ask? Because all around the world, divers and dive companies got involved with Project AWARE’s Dive For Earth Day: One of the scuba diving world’s most important days in the […]
Diving in Spain
By Simply Diving Instructor Dan Nelmes What’s happening divers…? The first few months of 2010 proved to be a testing time for diving, due to some unnaturally very wet and stormy weather. But a continued break from the rain and wind has yielded some gorgeous dry and sunny days these past few weeks. So it […]
By Simply Diving IDC Staff Instructor Jenny Pritchard Introductions then! For those of you who don’t already know me, my name is Jenny. I have been a PADI Instructor for four years, diving for eight years and I am the newest full-time member of the Simply Diving team.
By Simply Diving PADI Instructor Dan Nelmes It’s happened. I finally did it. After much hard studying, intense lectures & enough cups of tea to drown an army, I made it to the end and achieved the ultimate goal that anyone who’s anyone in the diving community hopes to be: A PADI Open Water Scuba […]
By Simply Diving Instructor Becky Wood Well, it’s a few months now since I arrived here in sunny Spain from Australia, and its been a pretty hectic summer… so far! My first day was a big jump into the deep end as there were nine Discover Scuba Divers – not something that we ever came […]
By Divemaster Trainee Dan Nelmes I look back every so often and think just how far I’ve come in the short space of time since joining Simply Diving’s team. Who’d have thought that I’d make it to PADI Rescue Diver? And to top it off, going onto the next step as a Divemaster Trainee. It’s […]
By Simon Bell, Dive Operations Manager I think I might have said that once, but never again. With an IDC well under way, new Divemaster interns about to start, new Instructors being recruited and Easter holidaymakers still arriving in their droves, the only place to escape has been… yes you’ve guessed it… underwater!