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Update: Passions of Paradise Carbon Offsetting

With the festive season over and a new year underway, Passions of Paradise would like to thank our passengers from the past year for their efforts in helping us make our operation more sustainable. Specifically, our first year running as a carbon-neutral product has been a rousing success. This year, we invited passengers to directly […]

The Seabin Project: Cleaning up Our Worlds Oceans One Marina at a Time

Anyone who spends a lot of time around an aquatic environment, such as an ocean, river, or lake is usually there to see some of the most stunning sights nature has to offer. Whether it is a sunset, or some marine life, or a shiny new vessel, there is usually something that everyone can appreciate. […]

FAQ: Flying after diving

Cautionary tales about going to altitude after diving describe one of the core rules taught in any open-water course. But divers often have questions about specific recommendations because the rules occasionally change. At Passions of Paradise, we strive to use the most current scientific data available to keep our divers safe when it comes to […]

Update: The Ocean’s Tiny Hidden Killer

Earlier this month, we looked at one of the most pressing, yet largely ignored , crises facing our world’s oceans: Microbeads. Microbeads are small plastic particles used as exfoliants in cosmetic products like facial scrubs, soaps and toothpastes. No bigger than a grain of sand, these tiny particles have come under scrutiny from scientists and […]