Cenote Diving
19 January 2015

Diving the Cenote Caverns, Riviera Maya

"Sacred wells" to the Mayans, the Cenote caverns' cool and crystal clear water fills almost 300 miles of interconnected passageways punctuated by surreal shafts of daylight that make for unforgettable cavern diving.

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Dive Lights
17 January 2015

A Little Ray of Sunshine In Your Hand: Understa...

Dive lights aren't just for night dives: if you carry a light, you'll see bright and natural colors wherever the current takes you... and maybe a few giant creatures lurking under shadowy ledges. This quick guide will tell you what you need to know before buying a light.

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Wall
12 January 2015

Sipadan Island, A Diver's Heaven

Sipadan Island - a magical little speck on the world map of Scuba Diving.

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Up close and personal
5 January 2015

5 Basics of Shark Diving

Before going on a shark adventure, there are some things you need to know to make it a great experience for you and the sharks!

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Coral Outcrop, Flynn Reef
1 January 2015

Ocean Acidification: Causes and Consequences

Ocean acidification is having a dire impact on marine organisms and ecosystems in oceans all over the world. Lets take a closer look at how ocean acidification threatens coral reefs, marine productivity, and life as we know it - both in the oceans and on land.

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Golden Jellyfish
27 December 2014

Jellyfish Lake in Palau

Snorkel with millions of non-stinging jellyfish in Palau's Jellyfish Lake.

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Sardines Tornado
24 December 2014

Pescador Island - A Small Island Full of Surprises

Pescador is a small Island in the west of the Moalboal. Diving there will surprise you in any season. The mystical and spooky cathedral is worth a dive for its own. And we all remember the fantastic school of sardines. Will they come back again one time?

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Scubaspa Ying
23 December 2014

ScubaSpa, An Innovative Touch On Liveaboard Diving

An overview of my most recent liveaboard experience onboard ScubaSpa Ying in the Maldives & what it means for the Industry.

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John Dory around a lost gill net
21 December 2014

Jewels of the Mediterranean winter: the John Dory

During winter, you can bet the Costa Brava waters won’t be crystal clear and tropical warm. Usually, there's low visibility (less than 5 m) and really cold water, 11-13ºC (38-40F). But for those who dare to dive during winter, the sea may reward them with some of its hidden jewels: the John Dory

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Helmut Gurnard
19 December 2014

Lembeh Strait: Diving with the “Aliens”

Everyone has their first time did something special and keep that moment for life. So does a scuba diver. During my diving trip, I have encountered several first time moments that made me smile every time remember those days. From the first time diving with tens sharks, to a long dive with mantas. And in Lembeh strait is the place where for the first time I encountered the a...

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