Category: News

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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Great White Shark Caught Napping
News

Great White Shark Caught Napping

Researchers have recorded ground-breaking footage of a great white shark in a sleep-like state

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Man-Made Pollution Found in Deepest Ocean Trenches
Conservation News

Man-Made Pollution Found in Deepest Ocean Trenches

Even the deepest reaches of the ocean aren’t immune from human pollution, discovered during two deep-sea expeditions.

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Shell Canada Donates Oil Permits
Conservation News

Shell Canada Donates Oil Permits to Protect Arctic Wilderness

On World Oceans Day, Shell Canada announced the donation of 30 offshore oil permits to the Nature Conservancy of Canada.

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New stuff
new diver to instructor

From a New Diver to an Instructor in Six Months: Pros and Cons

Progressing from a new diver to an instructor in six months is what’s known in the diving industry as going from a “zero to hero.” What are the pros and cons of this method of training?
by Guest Author
Wrist or Console Dive Computers

Wrist or Console Dive Computers

With so many choices on the market, which type of dive computer is right for you?
by Thomas Gronfeldt
SeaLife Macro Lens

Capture Sharp Macro Photos and Videos with the SeaLife Super Macro Lens

With the SeaLife Micro cameras' focus range of 12 inches to infinity, divers can effortlessly capture stunning HD details on their subjects as close as 3.5" (9 cm) away.
by Press Release
clownfish

Marine Species: Clownfish

Made even more popular by the movie “Finding Nemo,” the iconic clownfish is one of the most frequently seen fish when diving in the Indo-Pacific and Red Sea. Although they’re quite common, they’re no less fascinating.
by Hélène Reynaud