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Shelley Collett

Shelley Collett

Writer

After diving recreationally since the 90s as part of her adventure sports regimen, Shelley finally got her PADI instructor certification in 2009 in Mexico. Wreck and deep diving are her favorite specialties and she looks forward furthering her training in Tec diving, learning more about underwater photography, and doing more diving abroad. She eventually hopes to buy a sailboat and sail herself to all of her bucket-list diving destinations.

Stories by Shelley
Sidemount Training
Training Reviews In the Water

Review: Video Sidemount Training with Steve Martin

Informational, video-based courses can help divers interested in expanding their recreational and technical-dive knowledge

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Wyland tank
News Conservation In the Water

Original Wyland Tank Up for Auction

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

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Rob Stewart
News

Filmmaker Rob Stewart’s Funeral Announced

A funeral and a celebration of Rob Stewart’s life will be held February 18th in Toronto, Canada.

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Sharkwater
News Conservation In the Water

Sharkwater 2 Will Be Completed to Honor Rob Stewart

To honor Rob Stewart’s life’s work, Sharkwater: Extinction will be completed.

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New stuff
Action Camera for Divers

The World’s First Action Camera for Divers

Designed with the help of divers, for divers, the Paralenz Dive Camera is a compact, tough camera with some ground-breaking new features.
by News Release
Ray Mutilation

Locals Take a Stand over Ray Mutilation and Slaughter

Local divers and ocean lovers in Melbourne, Australia have started a campaign in Port Phillip Bay to put a stop to illegal ray mutilation and slaughter.
by Guest Author
Best Diving in New Caledonia

Best Diving in New Caledonia

Tiny New Caledonia, in the South Pacific between Brisbane, Australia and Fiji, is a diver’s paradise. Here’s a peek at the best diving in New Caledonia.
by Kathryn Curzon
frogfish

Marine Species: Frogfish

A diver and photographer favorite, frogfish have a reputation of being hard to find. What’s the best way to spot one of these distinctive fish on a dive?
by Hélène Reynaud