Trevor came to diving late after getting a job at a scuba-training agency. He is a Master Scuba Diver and trimix diver with a particular interest in sidemount diving. Having dived in European fresh water, the Mediterranean, Egypt and the Red Sea, he particularly loves Dahab. Next up on his to do list are rebreathers and exploring more mountain lakes and caves.
Last week, the deep-sea exploration team aboard the E/V Nautilus brought the world’s cutest squid to our attention. What have they found now?
What do you normally expect to find on a shipwreck? Pirate treasure or artifacts perhaps, but cheese? Some Swedish scuba divers found just that.
Although scuba diving is most frequently associated with the ocean, there are many amazing landlocked sites as well. Here are 10 of the world’s best lake dives.
The Blue Hole, in Dahab, Egypt is one of the most famous of its kind. The site’s famous arch, starting at around 180 feet (55 m), is well out of the range for recreational diving, but it’s accessible to those who take their training a step further.