Sailfish Feasting on a Bait ball
4 November 2016

Isla Mujeres Sailfish

Each year, between January and March, sardines congregate off Isla Mujeres, Mexico, attracting the fastest fish ever recorded. Sailfish feed on these bait balls, and divers seek out snorkeling experiences to watch these sleek and elegant fish dart through the water, feasting on sardines.

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Healthy Guam Coral
28 October 2016

The Unique Diving of Guam

Often overlooked, the island of Guam is surrounded by fantastic diving. White sand beaches and calm, clear waters invite divers to explore the ocean and see the healthy coral and plentiful fish populations below.

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Diver and the Fiji Reef
21 October 2016

Fiji Diving, The Soft Coral Capital of the World

Often referred to as the soft coral capital of the world, Fiji has way more to offer than its nickname implies. Although an amazing abundance of soft corals are found around Fiji, the islands also have some impressive hard coral structures and are excellent for both macro and pelagic marine life, including some thrilling shark dives.

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Octopus
7 October 2016

The Best Places to go Scuba Diving in Spain

Just off the Costa Brava, and easy to reach from L’Estartit, the Medes Islands are one of the best places to dive in Spain. Consisting of two main islands and several islets, this archipelago is a marine reserve and has special diving regulations, resulting in beautiful, untouched scenery, wealthy in marine life.

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Crinoid Clingfish
30 September 2016

The Secret World of Crinoids

We generally know about anemone fish that live within the protective tentacles of a host anemone, but, it’s another host that offers the ultimate in underwater home protection: the common crinoid.

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The 3 Stages of Travel Booking Infrastructure
18 September 2016

The 3 Stages of Travel Booking Infrastructure

The dive industry is a dinosaur when it comes to online reservations, we all know it - so how will things look in the future? Here is an insight.

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Prinz Eugan Props
9 September 2016

Prinz Eugen - Bismarck Era Ship Wreck Dive, Mar...

Every sunken ship has a story, and that of the Prinz Eugen is especially unique. Starting in the North Atlantic as a German Navy vessel in World War II, it continued on to the Pacific to play a role in the nuclear tests at Bikini Atoll. It capsized in 1946 at Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands, where it now rests for divers to explore.

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Golden Jellyfish
2 September 2016

What’s not to love about Palau?

Why Palau has been rated one of the world’s best dive locations over and over again.

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Sunset at the Apo Reef
19 August 2016

Diving in Philippines

Situated south-east of Asia’s mainland, the Philippines boasts over 7100 islands. With so much shore line and biodiversely rich oceans separating the islands, diving in the Philippines has a huge range of opportunities to offer.

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Whale shark
12 August 2016

Diving Galapagos, Ecuador

In reality, most divers come to Ecuador to dive the Galapagos Islands. With that said, this is one of the most unique dive locations in the world, with species here that you will see literally nowhere else on earth.

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