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Why I’m A Serial Rebreather Diver in the Galapagos

Within this archipelago, the dive sites at Darwin’s Arch and Wolf Island are approximately 24 hours by boat, across an open sea, from the southern islands, making them one of the world’s more remote dive sites.

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Tec for Rec

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Diving the Andrea Doria

Many technical divers familiar with the wreck consider the Andrea Doria to be the Mount Everest of scuba diving.

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The 2nd Annual Utila Dive Festival

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Your Scuba Diving Checklist

Diving is never the time to forget something. This checklist can be the difference between a great dive and a terrible one. Save this list to guide you through a pre-dive check.
by Nadia Aly
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Dive Site: Silfra, Iceland

Many divers may wonder what’s so appealing about a cold-water lake in the middle of the wind-swept North Atlantic. The two main draws are the visibility and the geology, which is unlike that any other dive site. You’ll never think of great visibility the same once you’ve dived Silfra.
by Thomas Gronfeldt
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Best Dive Locations in Belize

Belize has many amazing dive locations. Take a diving tour to explore the soaring diversity of diving sites, from ship wrecks to whale sharks.
by Nadia Aly
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Dive Site: Hebrides, Scotland

They’re the second largest fish in the sea, and equally as impressive as their more famous cousins, whale sharks. And yet, basking sharks remain something of a mystery, an oddity that most people will only ever see on television, if at all.
by Jessica Vyvyan-Robinson