Blogs have become huge during the last few years and are now read more than some mainstream publications! Scuba dive blogs are the new kids on the block though, and more and more divers are turning their hand to writing to share their underwater adventuers with the world. Here are a list of our favourite scuba bloggers you absoutley have to follow.
Girls that Scuba
Hi, that's us! www.girlsthatscuba.com first started as a Facebook group in July 2016 and grew at a phonemonaly rate. Thousands of scuba-obsessed throughout the world joined the female only group and it quickly became the largest female dive commuinty on Facebook. In August 2016 girlsthatscuba.com was born with the aim to edcuate, entertain and communicate everything scuba related. Our Scuba Stars feature highlights women doing amazing things in and around the ocean, while Dive Destinations will inspire you on where to take your next dive trip. 2016 was just the start for Girls that Scuba and 2017 is looking to be huge.
Follow on instagram.com/girlsthatscuba
Coffee with a slice of life
Founder of Girls that Scuba, Sarah Richard, started off as a travel blogger 3 years ago with her solo adventure blog www.coffeewithasliceoflife.com. Shifting the blog to focus on scuba diving more after the first year, she found herself travelling towards destination with good diving beyond anything else. Her love of being in the ocean has seen her dive some of the best spots in the world, from Maldives to Micronesia.
More Fun Diving
One of the first ever Girls that Scuba members, Goni is a scuba dive blogger dive instructor, underwater photographer and biologist. Her blog www.morefundiving.com is about the love of the oceans and its inhabitants. Giving the reader valuable information about the best diving destinations in short guides and detailed blog posts. Her blog will give you even more insight on what to expect when diving. All of this will help you to plan your next unforgettable adventure.
World Adventure Divers
Another amazing Girls that Scuba member, Florine is the brains behind www.worldadventuredivers.com. Born in Nantes, France, she has lived next to the Atlantic Ocean for more than 20 years and travelled to over 40 countries. Florine is a Divemaster and holds specialities in deep diving, dry suit, nitrox, ice, wreck diving and underwater photography/videography. Her blog will digital take you around the world to some of the more unsual dive spots!
Follow along on instagram.com/world_adventure_divers
Arianwen, another rocking member of Girls that Scuba, owns the travel blog www.beyondblighty.com. She blogged about her whole Divemaster course in great detail which is a huge help for anyone looking to take the jump. As well as those blog posts she also has a ton more about amazing dive destinations around the world! Make sure you follow along!
For once, this post isn't just about highlighting women divers. Let's start with one of the best male scuba dive bloggers. Digital nomad Justin Carmack runs www.truenomads.com while he travels to every corner of the globe. On a mission to dive the top 100 dive sites in the world, Divemaster Justin is one serious diver. Currently calling the ocean of the Philippines home, his YouTube channel will give you serious waterlust!
Kick The Grind
Mike Corey of www.kickthegrind.tv is a full-time YouTuber and part-time scuba obsessed. Recently having the opportunity to suba dive with manta rays in Bali his video will make you want to book the next ticket out there. Based in Mexico at the moment he creates powerful images and videos of the beauty of our oceans. Subscribe to his YouTube channel to watch new videos every week!
Follow on instagram.com/kickthegrind
Indonesian power couple Pinneng and Gemala of www.wettraveler.com have got to be two of the biggest scuba-addicts in Asia. Dedciaiting their whole lives to the ocean, whether it is surfing or suba diving, you can always rely on them to show you the best of Indonesia. Their YouTube channel shows us all how much we all need to bring our scuba gear over to Asia ASAP!
Do you have any other scuba dive blogs you follow? Let us know - we are always looking out for more!