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RAID To Launch ‘FREe-Learning’ Platform

If you've been longing to learn how to scuba dive but are stuck at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the folks at RAID have come up with a way to access their training materials for free.

RAID Offering Free Annual Membership Incentives To Instructors

If you're a RAID International scuba instructor in the U.K. and Malta, the company is offering a new set of incentives when you certify a certain number of students.

Italian Scuba Divers Break Guinness World Record For Longest Underwater Human Chain

One hundred seventy-three Italian scuba divers recently broke the Guinness World Record for the longest underwater human chain. RAID's Italian office organized the event, which...

RAID International’s Mike Wells To Promote Freediving In Asia

RAID International's Asia office has joined forces with Mike Wells to promote freediving throughout Asia. Wells, who joined RAID on July 1, was formerly SSI's...

RAID International Launches Spanish-Language Website

¿Habla español? RAID International recently launched a Spanish-language version of its website that features several core diver educational programs. With it, the company says it hopes...

RAID International Appoints Bob Staddon Honorary Advisor On Disabled Diving

RAID International has appointed Australian Paralympic swimmer Bob Staddon as an "Honorary Advisor on Disabled Diving." An Australian Navy veteran, Staddon suffered a severe spinal...




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PSI-PCI Issues Scuba Tank Handling Guidelines

PSI-PCI has issued guidelines on how to safely handle scuba tanks in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

How To Ultrasound A Pregnant Whale Shark!

Join Dr. Dení Ramírez Macías on her mission to ultrasound pregnant whale sharks and manta rays off the Socorro Islands this coming November.

RAID Launches New Digital Magazine – The Edge

RAID International has released a brand-new digital diving magazine titled The Edge.

Turtles Are Being Returned To Biscayne Bay In Florida

Turtle populations in Biscayne Bay have recovered after marine debris cleanup efforts by the Coastal Cleanup Corporation in partnership with NOAA.


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