Dive Shows and events

Skinny but upbeat DEMA Show

After two years of disruption because of the pandemic, DEMA Show was back in gear.  Well, largely. It was still markedly more compact than the pre-pandemic editions but still a large show with far more booths than one can reasonably manage to visit during its four days. Also importantly, the mood appeared to be upbeat, with businesses being eager to ramp up activities as the industry and travel activities are pulling away from the doldrums. 

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DEMA 2022

DAN Announces DEMA Show Party, Seminar Schedule, and More

As your dive safety organization, we will raise a glass to all who work tirelessly to promote safe diving. We hope you’ll join us on Tuesday, November 1, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Ballroom Grand C.

Meet With DAN

If you’re planning to be at the show, make an appointment to learn what DAN can do for your dive business. We have numerous programs you can benefit from, including Student Membership, rewards for new member referrals, and discounts on both retail products and professional liability insurance.

MIDE 2022
The 16th Malaysia International Dive Expo took place from 27 to 29 May 2022 in Kuala Lumpur

MIDE 2022 exceeds expectations

The Malaysia International Dive Expo, which took place from 27 to 29 May 2022 in Kuala Lumpur, ended on a high note, generating around RM14.98 million (US$3.39 million) in sales over the three-day event, more than the RM12 million (US$2.71 million) target anticipated, indicating steady growth in the dive industry for both businesses and the dive community. With over 11,000 visitors attending the show, of which 20 percent were international, signs of recovery were better than expected.

It is not too late to register online prior to attending #MIDE2022. This is to avoid long queues. To register, go to mide.com.my.

Pre-register for MIDE 2022 and learn about great prizes

Purchaser Lucky Draw

At every MIDE, there are prize giveaways, and this year is no different. If you purchase more than RM300 at the show, you can enter the Purchaser Lucky Draw. Here is a quick glimpse of the top four fabulous prizes:

Diving Talks presents 'The Discussion Everybody Will Want to Hear'

This panel discussion will include Mark Caney, Mark Powell and Jean Claude Monachon talking about diving through the perspective of the three biggest agencies: PADI, SDI and SSI.

Mark Caney is a PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) Industry Relations and Training Executive, he is President of the European Underwater Federation, President of the Rebreather Training Council and President of the World Recreational Scuba Training Council.

Mark Powell is the SDI (Scuba Diving International) Director of Global Development.

Scuba.Digital 2022 has been cancelled

The organisers inform they will refund 100% of all tickets and all fees for exhibitor and sponsor packs as well as photo competition entries within the next 14 days.

"We would like to thank our partners GUE and DAN Europe as well as all exhibitors, sponsors, speakers and participants for their support so far!"

What is next for the event?

The organisers state in an email they intend to continue to develop the Scuba.Digital community platform and make it the #1 digital platform for scuba divers, freedivers and snorkellers.

MIDE will return to the World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpur on 27-29 May 2022
MIDE will return to the World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpur on 27-29 May 2022. Exhibitor registration for MIDE 2022 is already open, and all diving, boating and water-sports business entrepreneurs are warmly welcomed to take part in the expo.

Malaysia International Dive Expo to return in May 2022

It will be the 16th year in running for MIDE, billed as the “hottest and coolest dive show in Malaysia,” bringing together dive enthusiasts to explore the underwater world and participate in the business of diving as well. Aiming to be a one-stop hub for all things diving, including dive equipment, courses, travel, and underwater conservation, as well as boating and water sports, MIDE promises to showcase all kinds of products and services over the three-day event.

Salon de la Plongée is postponed till March 2022

The news comes hot on the heels that boot Düsseldorf is cancelled until January 2023.

The team behind Salon de la Plongée have advised that their show will be rescheduled in three months' time. 

Everything was ready to welcome you next week and it's just a setback. Salon de la Plongée

Hélène de Tayrac-Senik, President of Salon de la Plongée and WDHOF member stated "[We are] determined to do everything possible to ensure that the Salon de la Plongée meets the expectations of both visitors and exhibitors and attentive to avoiding a risky situation, it is under these conditions that we are obliged to announce the postponement of the 23rd edition of the Show. We thank you for your trust, your positive messages, your support that helps us keep our heads out of water and continue with energy."