About the Divers Around the World community
Divers Around the World is a Facebook Group for Scuba Divers with roughly 72K members.
In their own words
Meet other divers around the globe and share your dive knowledge.
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on redditWelcome to /r/scuba where scubbits dive deep! Ask questions and trade tips with a diverse community of divers, from open water newbies to dive instructors, commercial divers and scientists from around the world. Share your stories, pictures and video to have discussions with a subreddit full of people who love the underwater world and dream fishy dreams. Please read the sidebar and widgets! What are you waiting for? Come on in, the water is nice!
ZentacleSearch dive and snorkel spots around the world with maps, detailed reviews, and photos curated by oceans lovers like you.
Social DivingWelcome to the Social Diving Community, your online and offline community for international scuba divers who want to dive with friends. We are a fun group that’s constantly growing and we think you should join us today! We welcome anyone who likes to dive with us, talk diving, and join us for fun dives, diving trips, and courses or on other social events online or offline. And don’t worry…you don’t have to show up to meetings or make cookies for the booster club! 😉
PADI Torchbearer Community Hub
on facebookThe PADI Torchbearer community is a critical ally for the ocean – a force for good that can be mobilized to restore ocean health and support our coastal communities around the world. Saving the ocean will take all of us working together, united by our passion and armed with a clear plan of action.
Girls That ScubaGirls that Scuba is a community of inspiring women who are passionate about scuba diving. We range from the scuba instructor, the beginner, the never-put-on-a-scuba-mask, to the full-time ocean activist, and everyone in-between. Our mission is to encourage, educate and introduce more and more women to scuba diving while empowering the ones among us that are already addicted.
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