Dive Industry Topics of Discussion
Menu: The Scuba Diving Industry & COVID-19
Updated Nov. 1, 2021.
Below, you will find a list of Scubanomics posts about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the dive industry and discussions on strategies scuba diving professionals could adopt in a post-COVID-19 world.
For other Scubanomics discussions, please have a look at the comprehensive Scubanomics Table of Content.
The coronavirus virus outbreak has had a significant impact on scuba diving professionals and businesses around the world since a big part of this industry depends on international travel.
The following discussions are presented in reverse chronological order (the most recent post is at the top).
Good News in Q3: Scuba Diving Certifications in The First 9 Months of 2021
Entry-level open water certifications rebounded in the USA in Q2 & Q3 but are still below pre-pandemic levels.
Challenges Caused by The COVID-19 Pandemic Helped Diving Gear Producers to Improve Their Efficiency
How two European scuba diving gear manufacturers turned a negative (the pandemic) into a positive.
Scuba Diving Equipment Market Size 2021–2025
The global recreational scuba diving equipment market size was valued at $1.95 billion in 2019 and is forecasted to…
Final Numbers on Dive Gear Sales in the USA in 2020
Scuba diving, snorkeling, and freediving gear sales during the COVID-19 pandemic year. Market research report.
The Scuba Diving Industry Post-Pandemic Demand & Supply Recovery- Scuba Divers & Dive Professionals
The poor stay poor, the rich get rich, and it’s good for the dive industry. For now.
Scuba Diving Gear Sales in 2020: A Full Year of Pandemic
Sales of dive equipment (Scubapro) compared to other outdoor industry activities.
2020 Scuba Diving Certifications in the USA Including Recently Released 4th Quarter
Open water dive certifications during a year of COVID-19 pandemic
The State of The Scuba Diving Industry After a Year of Pandemic
Where does the dive industry stand? What should we expect for dive travel, scuba certifications, and dive gear sales in…
Sales of Scuba Diving Equipment (Scubapro) During the First 9 Months of 2020
Worldwide sales of scuba gear, at wholesale, during the coronavirus pandemic
Scuba Diving Participation Rate & Statistics 2021
Scuba diving participation rate compared to snorkeling, swimming, surfing, and stand-up paddling including the 2020…
The Scuba Diving Industry in October 2020: A ‘Sentiment’ Study
An Assessment of The Current Dive Industry and Its Post-Coronavirus Future, by Surveyed Dive Professionals
Scuba Diving, The Dive Industry & The Coronavirus
The impact of the coronavirus outbreak on scuba diving businesses. What to do?
The DEMA Show & DEMA Organization Post-COVID-19
Will the Diving Equipment & Marketing Association (DEMA) survive? How? What for?
Scuba Diving Industry 2020–2021: How bad is it? What’s next?
The latest on scuba diving certifications, dive travel, and gear sales in the middle of a pandemic
Meet The Next-Normal Scuba Diver
COVID-19 created change in scuba divers habits and preferences.
The Revival of Local Diving in The Wake of the Coronavirus Pandemic
How can we capitalize on a trend toward domestic travel and near-my-home outdoor activities?
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Also from Darcy Kieran and The Business of Diving Institute:Reference book: Scuba Diving Industry Market Data & Statistics: 2021 Edition.Guide book: Your Career and/or Life as a Scuba Diving Instructor: How to make a good living out of your passion for scuba diving.Tools: Scuba Proud promotional products to help you recruit more student divers, dive buddies, and instructor candidates.
What now? You may be interested in the complete Scubanomics Table of Content.