Having over 4000km of coast and the isolated Easter Island, Chile has plenty of water for divers to explore.0 2
On the reefs of the Pacific, twilight marks the beginning of the mandarinfish courtship dance. A male begins dancing, and if he’s desirable, an interested female will join. Just before the sun sets, the two fish will rise up out of the reef together to mate, cheek-to-cheek.0 6
When boy meets girl in the world of seahorses a beautiful and often extensive courtship occurs. They change colors and entwine their tails. Then they rise off the seafloor and the female deposits her eggs into the male’s pouch. Wait…the male gets pregnant? Keep reading for more on seahorse love.1 8
Just south of Manila, Puerto Galera is easy to reach and part of the “Coral Triangle”, which has one of the highest marine biodiversity in the world. Puerto Galera has all the critter finding a muck diver could dream, colorful reefs full of fish, fabulous resorts, great food, and exciting nightlife.2 14
GoPro cameras become more and more popular everyday especially as the quality of the photos and video they can produce increases. Everyone loves them, divers included. Sandmark has come out with a mask that is built to mount a GoPro camera, making it easier than ever for divers to capture the amazing underwater world.0 4
It's happened to every diver a some point, the moment when you realize you have the same gear as other divers and you're not sure which belongs to you. One way to keep your gear organized and safe is with personalized waterproof stickers so everyone knows which gear belongs to you.2 3
With so many coastlines, the Dominican Republic has a ton of dive sites. Shallow reefs provide excellent areas for beginner divers and wall dives, wreck dives, and even cave dives are there for the advanced diver to explore.2 8
Diving and photography are my passions and I've been lucky enough to be diving since I was 15 years old. Currently I'm a PADI IDC Staff Instructor and have been instructing in the Caribbean, Hawaii, and the South Pacific for 9 years and have a USCG captain's license. I love sharing the underwater world through words and pictures and whenever possible, showing people my favorite dive sites.
Snorkel with millions of non-stinging jellyfish in Palau's Jellyfish Lake.
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Each year, between January and March, sardines congregate off Isla Mujeres, Mexico, att...
With so many coastlines, the Dominican Republic has a ton of dive sites. Shallow reefs...
It's happened to every diver a some point, the moment when you realize you have the sam...
On most every diver’s bucket list is Palau. With adrenalin packed currents and an abund...
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