Physics. Physiology. Two words that makes the best of us cringe in dire anticipation. You’re introduced to these concepts in school and then again in your PADI Open Water Certification. It’s overwhelming at first (you mean we have to actually understand math and Boyle’s Law to dive??? What the Heck) but then with the guidance of well-explained videos you start to easily grasp the concepts of diving as you’re taken through the courseRead More
Plastic Free July is here! Maybe you’ve already heard of this initiative. But for those who haven’t, Plastic Free July aims to get people to rethink their plastic consumption by refusing single use plastic for one whole month!Read More
Are you planning your next Scuba Diving trip to Bali? Are you trying to decide where to stay and where to dive? At Blue Corner Dive we have 4 PADI Dive Centers which are located at Bali’s most popular diving areas: Nusa Lembongan (JungutBatu and Mushroom Bay), Nusa Penida and Pemuteran in North West Bali.Read More
Coral reefs worldwide are under major threat from climate change, overfishing and nutrient loading.
Marine Biologist, Andrew Taylor from Blue Corner Marine Research is training scuba divers to become scientific divers. He trains scientific diving techniques, marine ecology and survey methods for coral study through a unique 4 week intensive program with internationally recognised certification. Students can also add on the PADI Divemaster course.
One of the coral studies he is working on is preparing for an island-wide coral restoration project, to restore damaged coral reefs to their former glory.Read More