Prinz Eugan Props
8 March 2019

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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Manta Silhouette
1 March 2019

Where the Indian meets the Pacific Ocean

Where the Indian meets the Pacific Ocean, a plankton rich area is generated: A paradise for manta rays. Diving with Mantas is one of the most exciting dives you can have. They say, in Nusa Penida, they have a 99% Manta guarantee. That's worth a trip for sure!

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Batfish
22 February 2019

What You Need to Know about Diving in Maldives

What you need to know about diving in the Maldives, one of the top dive destinations worldwide.

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Stingray at dawn
15 February 2019

Grand Cayman diving, 365 days a year!

Diving in the Cayman Islands is among the best in the world! Living here, you sometimes take the excellent conditions for granted: excellent wall diving, superb shore exploration, visibility that can reach 30 meters/100 feet, colorful reefs, and a dive infrastructure that will take all stress away.

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Giant Hard Corals Dominate at the Marine Park
8 February 2019

Caribbean Diving: Caribbean Netherlands

The Caribbean Netherlands consists of Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba - they are often referred to as the BES-islands. All of the islands have a great reputation for varying species of marine life – due to the National Marine Parks that have been established around the islands.

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Eel in Coral
1 February 2019

Scuba Diving Chile

Having over 4000km of coast and the isolated Easter Island, Chile has plenty of water for divers to explore.

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Pink Fiji
18 January 2019

Colorful Fiji

Pinks, purples, yellows, and reds - underwater Fiji is all about color. Soft corals abound and brilliant marine life makes the diving picture perfect. Known as the Soft Coral Capital of the World, Fiji does not disappoint.

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Shark at Vertical Awareness
11 January 2019

Ni'ihau - The Forbbiden Island

Northwest of Kauai, the tiny island of Ni'ihau and its neighbor, Lehua Rock, have some of Hawaii's best diving. Known as the Forbidden Island, divers will find sheer drop-offs, healthy corals, the chance to see pelagic and maybe a glimpse of the elusive and endangered Hawaiian monk seal.

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Mating Mandarins
4 January 2019

The Kasai Wall

A rich biodiversity in one single dive spot? The Kasai Wall in Moalboal (Philippines) offers fascinating dives with a lot of critters, and sometimes big stuff too. I have seen many house reefs around the world, and The Kasai Wall is worth being called a very special one.

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Mating Ornate Elysia
28 December 2018

Tobago: All Things Great and Small

Tobago's marine diversity transcends what many other Caribbean islands have to offer. Some of the most distinctive Caribbean fish and creatures exist here. As a dive vacation destination, what Tobago lacks in finesse, it makes up for in natural beauty.

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