Category: Wrecks

Wrecks Travel Dive Locations In the Water

Scuba Diving the MS Zenobia

Launched in 1979, the Swedish-built ferry MS Zenobia capsized and sank near Cyprus on its maiden voyage one year later. Today it makes for a great wreck dive.

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Regina
Wrecks In the Water

Florida’s Underwater Archaeological Preserves: The Regina

In only 12 to 20 feet of water, the wreck of the Regina off Bradenton Beach, Florida, is one of Florida’s most accessible Underwater Archaeological Preserves.

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scuba diving in Tobermory
Wrecks Travel Dive Locations In the Water

Scuba Diving in Tobermory

Tiny Tobermory, four hours north of Toronto, may just offer the world’s best freshwater diving.

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NOAA Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks
Wrecks Dive Locations In the Water

NOAA Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks: the Hannah M. Bell

National marine sanctuaries protect some of the most spectacular ocean and Great Lakes resources in the United States, including historic shipwrecks.

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New stuff
Sidemount Training

Review: Video Sidemount Training with Steve Martin

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

Marine Species: Cuttlefish

Cuttlefish are a favorite among underwater photographers because of their amazing capacity for color changes. Here are a few characteristics of these unique cephalopods.
by Hélène Reynaud
Comfort Zone When Scuba Diving

Recognizing the Limits of Your Comfort Zone When Scuba Diving

Whether you’re an experienced diver or brand new to the sport, it’s important to know the limits of your comfort zone when scuba diving
by Andy Phillips
throwing up in your regulator

Throwing Up in Your Regulator

We’ve all heard about it (and probably dread it), but do you know how to properly handle throwing up in your regulator?
by Guest Author Bethy Driscoll