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Nadia Aly

CEO & Founder

Nadia is the Founder & CEO of ScubaDiverLife.com

She scuba dives around the world in an effort to learn more about the oceans that surround us and share her experiences and findings with the world.

She is focused on making ScubaDiverLife.com the #1 Resource for Divers & Ocean enthusiasts. She also hopes to educate people about ocean conservation issues and events around the world, through digital content and community.

You can see her photography work at NadiaAly.com and her personal blog at NadiaAly.me

Stories by Nadia
Sealife's Best of the Philippines
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Sealife’s Best of the Philippines

Check out some fantastic photography from our recent Philippines trip, using the Sealife Micro 2.0.

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Cayman Islands Best Shipwrecks
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Cayman Islands Best Shipwrecks

Two of the Cayman Islands’ best shipwrecks are celebrating pivotal anniversaries in 2016.

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Cayman Islands Events
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Dive Into 2016 with Exciting Cayman Islands Events

With pristine walls and drop-offs, fascinating shipwrecks, an unrivaled variety of marine life and more than 365 unique dive sites, the Cayman Islands is an underwater playground for all.

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News

SeaLife Unveils New Micro 2.0 Underwater Camera

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New stuff
Cetacean Captivity

Vancouver Votes to Ban Cetacean Captivity at City Aquarium

The Vancouver board of parks and recreation voted in March to ban the importation and display of captive cetaceans at Vancouver Aquarium
by Kathryn Curzon
filmmaker rob stewart

Family of Conservationist and Filmmaker Rob Stewart Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit

The family of recently deceased Canadian conservationist and director Rob Stewart has filed a wrongful death lawsuit
by Kathryn Curzon
Coral Nurseries

Cayman’s Coral Nurseries Thriving With Attention and TLC

The Cayman Coral nursery program launched on Earth Day 2016 with high hopes for success. How is it doing now?
by Guest Author
Wyland tank

Original Wyland Tank Up for Auction

Renowned marine artist Wyland is auctioning off an original painted scuba tank, with the proceeds going to charity.
by Shelley Collett