Welcome to ScubaBoard, an online scuba diving forum community where you can join over 205,000 divers diving from around the world. If the topic is related to scuba diving, this is the place to find divers talking about it. To gain full access to ScubaBoard (and make this large box go away) you must register for a free account. As a registered member you will be able to:
Participate in over 500 dive topic forums and browse from over 5,500,000 posts.
Communicate privately with other divers from around the world.
Post your own photos or view from well over 100,000 user submitted images.
Gain access to our free classifieds marketplace to buy, sell and trade gear, travel and services.
Use the calendar to organize your events and enroll in other members' events.
Find a dive buddy or communicate directly with scuba equipment manufacturers.
All this and much more is available to you absolutely free when you register for an account, so sign up today!
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TUSTIN, CA, October 28, 2011 – DiveNav, the developer of the innovative eDiving® and divePAL simulators and DiveComputerTraining® service, announces that members of the eDiving community have cumulatively performed more than 100,000 virtual dives for a total virtual bottom time of almost 17,000 hours.
With almost 25,000 users from more than 130 Countries, eDiving is establishing itself as the only Scuba Diving Simulator that allows its users to EXPLORE real dive sites, LEARN to use real dive gear and PLAY missions dedicated to divers.
“Our members are coming from all over the world and have a broad range of diving expertise”, said Alberto Mantovani, President and CEO of DiveNav, “they use eDiving to address their own needs: whether planning a dive trip, practicing with a new dive computer or just hang out with like-minded divers”, he concluded.
As of today eDiving includes 63 virtual dive sites for either real places, specific dive gear or for multi-player gaming. It also includes 205 different pieces of gear, including fins, masks, BCDs, wetsuits, regulators, lights, dive computers and a rebreather representing 23 different brands.