Category: History

Titanic
History News In the Water

Dive tours of the Titanic wreck to begin in 2018

If you’ve got the cash — $105,129 to be exact — you can become one of only a few people to ever participate in a dive tour of the Titanic­, starting in 2018

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John Scott Haldane
History In the Water

Pioneers of Diving: John Scott Haldane

Scuba diving as we know it resulted from the efforts of many pioneering individuals. In this series of articles, we’ll highlight a number of their contributions.

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Robert Boyle
History

Pioneers of Diving: Robert Boyle

Scuba diving as we know it resulted from the efforts of many pioneering individuals. In this series of articles, we’ll highlight a number of their contributions.

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new Cousteau film
History News

New Cousteau Film Due This October

The Odyssey, a new biopic about Jacques Cousteau, will follow the ocean explorer and his family around the globe.

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New stuff
Vobster Quay

Virgin Start-Up Backed Company Creating Artificial Reef at Vobster Quay

A Virgin Start-Up-backed company, ARC Marine, is creating an artificial reef at premier U.K. dive site Vobster Quay in 2017.
by Kathryn Curzon

Best Dive Sites in Scapa Flow

In the Scottish Highlands, a remote, sheltered stretch of water around the Orkney Islands is home to Scapa Flow, with some of the best dive sites in Britain.
by Guest Author Chris Vyvyan-Robinson

Diving in Raja Ampat

The diving in Raja Ampat, Indonesia is world-class, sustainable and — perhaps surprisingly — can be quite affordable.
by Andy Phillips

Surface Signaling for Scuba Divers

Getting someone’s attention underwater is a crucial safety skill. Here’s a roundup of the most common underwater signaling for scuba divers.
by Thomas Gronfeldt