Category Archives: Ocean Conservation

70. An Interview with Andy Leisner, PADI’s Chief Consumer Officer where we discuss PADI Club and more, plus an abbreviated Wet Notes



Andy Leisner is PADI’s Chief Consumer Officer and is responsible for Scuba Diving Magazine, Sport Diver and PADI Club along with other areas of accountability. Andy tells us a little more about his background, this new role at PADI, PADI Club, the benefits and some new and exciting ideas in the pipeline for PADI Club … Continue reading 70. An Interview with Andy Leisner, PADI’s Chief Consumer Officer where we discuss PADI Club and more, plus an abbreviated Wet Notes


69. Wet Note updates PADI club, the Shearwater Peregrine, Raise the Reef and more, plus we will recap the 2021 67th Boston Sea Rovers Clinic



If you want to get some great discounts you might consider joining PADI Club. You can get a 20% discount on the SeaLife SportDiver Smartphone housing, plus 20% off 17 different electronic learning courses from PADI. A great deal for the $50 membership fee. You can get a 45-day free membership at https://www.scubadiving.com/padiclub45 If you … Continue reading 69. Wet Note updates PADI club, the Shearwater Peregrine, Raise the Reef and more, plus we will recap the 2021 67th Boston Sea Rovers Clinic


67. Wet Notes updates PADI AWARE Week, another photo contest, and new products from Aqualung plus Your Next Dive takes us to the wreck of the Chester Poling



If you want to dive with a purpose, check out an opportunity next year to spend a week at the Atlantis Dive Resort in Dumaguete in the Philippines participating in a program led by the Coral Restoration Foundation. This year the PADI AWARE Foundation’s AWARE Week is set for September 18 to 26, 2021. AWARE … Continue reading 67. Wet Notes updates PADI AWARE Week, another photo contest, and new products from Aqualung plus Your Next Dive takes us to the wreck of the Chester Poling


65. Wet Notes updates Dutch Springs developments, Shearwater SWIFT and more plus Sea Hunt It’s Still Alive – Proof of Guilt



The owner and operator of Dutch Springs since 1980, Stuart Schooley has decided to retire and I congratulate him on this well deserved milestone. Stu is selling Dutch Springs to a Texas developer who plans to create a 300,000 square foot warehouse facility on the property. This development will restrict access to the quarry and … Continue reading 65. Wet Notes updates Dutch Springs developments, Shearwater SWIFT and more plus Sea Hunt It’s Still Alive – Proof of Guilt


64. Wet Notes update on Alert Diver, the Cayman’s opening plan and more plus Your Next Dive takes us to St. Thomas



The 2nd quarter 2021 edition of Alert Diver Magazine from Divers Alert Network (DAN) is out. A great publication packed with so much great information. You can learn about shallow water arterial gas embolism, and travel to Roatan. You can also read about the Flower Garden Banks and Thunder Bay Marine Sanctuaries. It is a … Continue reading 64. Wet Notes update on Alert Diver, the Cayman’s opening plan and more plus Your Next Dive takes us to St. Thomas