Category: Top 10s

Dive Travel Regrets
Top 10s New to Scuba Stories Travel

Top Nine Dive Travel Regrets

As divers, we often seek out exotic locales around the world, but things can go wrong. Make every dive a good dive on your next trip by avoiding these top nine dive travel regrets.

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Marine Species Top 10s Top 10

Top Five Most Playful Marine Animal Encounters

While most animals simply pass by or hover at a distance, some are interested in interacting with divers, even being playful. Here are a few of the more playful of the bunch.

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Marine Species Top 10s Top 10

A Beginner’s Guide To Seabirds

Here are a few of the world’s most easily distinguishable seabird families, presented with the hope that this may spark in the avid divers who read it a new passion for the ocean’s magnificent avian residents.

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Top 10s Top 10 Wrecks Travel

The Wrecks of Coron

The result of US Navy bombardment in the Philippines during WWII, the wreck diving sites in Coron are among the best in the world.

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Tilikum

Tilikum’s Death and the Future of SeaWorld in 2017

The controversial documentary “Blackfish,” featuring killer whale Tilikum sparked a world-wide discussion on cetacean captivity. Now that Tilikum has died, what’s next for SeaWorld and captive cetaceans in general?
by Jessica Macdonald
Best Vancouver Dive Sites

Best Vancouver Dive Sites

Some of North America’s best temperate diving is on Canada’s west coast. The best Vancouver dive sites are less than a 40-minute drive from the city’s center, but a world away.
by Robert Osborne
Guiding Experienced Divers

Guiding Experienced Divers

Unlike new divers, who are happy just to be underwater and think everything they see is awesome (because it is), those with a few dives under their belt can be a bit of challenge. As a professional guide, how do you keep your most experienced divers happy?
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NOAA releases draft proposals for new national marine sanctuaries in Wisconsin and Maryland

NOAA is soliciting public input on draft proposals for two new national marine sanctuaries in Wisconsin and Maryland.
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