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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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Keith Tibbetts
Wrecks Dive Locations In the Water

Dive Site: The MV Captain Keith Tibbetts

Reachable from both Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, the wreck of the MV Captain Keith Tibbetts is one of the Cayman Islands’ premiere dive sites.

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rob stewart

Autopsy Reveals Cause of Rob Stewart’s Death

The Canadian filmmaker and conservationist responsible for “Sharkwater,” Rob Stewart died while filming in the Florida Keys last January.
by Thomas Gronfeldt
SeaLife Introduces Super Macro Lens

SeaLife Introduces Super Macro Lens

SeaLife, maker of the new DC2000 underwater camera is introducing a new super-macro lens to help photographers nail those up-close shots of tiny organisms.
by Press Release
cartoons

Can Cartoons Change Peoples’ Misconceptions About Sharks?

Meet the shark activist who draws “Oh, Dakuwaqa!,” a series of cartoons that’s delighting scuba divers and scientists while helping change people’s misconceptions about sharks.
by Beth McCrea

Solomon Islands Second Annual Dive Fest 2017

The Solomon Islands is hosting its second annual dive fest in October in the WWII wreck- and coral-filled waters of the Western Province.
by Press Release