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Chris Vyvyan-Robinson

Chris Vyvyan-Robinson

Chris has amassed over 1500 dives around the world but his favorite location to dive is the Azores Islands in the mid-Atlantic, where he's worked for the last five seasons. A PADI MSDT instructor, Chris graduated from university in 2016 with a degree in film and journalism. Chris' passion is to document the underwater world through many forms of media; his particular passions are sharks and whales. His documentary depicting the adapting generation of whale hunters on the island of Pico won a Royal Television Award in 2017.

Stories by Chris
Ocean Art
Conservation

Turning Trash into Treasure with Ocean Art

Marine debris has reached meteoric levels in the last few years. Some creative artists are shining a spotlight on the issue by turning trash into ocean art.

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Captain’s License
Resources Training

Do Divers Need a Captain’s License?

When applying for dive jobs, does a captain’s license make you more employable? Here are some considerations if you’re planning to get one.

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monkfish
Marine Species

Marine Species: Monkfish

The monkfish, also called the anglerfish, is one of the ocean’s most fearsome looking species. Here we’ll find out a bit about this enigmatic fish.

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Conservation Marine Species

Swimming with Leatherback Turtles in Costa Rica

Depending on what time of year you visit, swimming with leatherback turtles in Costa Rica could be a highlight of your trip.

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New stuff
Brook Peterson

Photographer Spotlight: Brook Peterson

In this ongoing series, we’ll chat with prominent and up-and-coming underwater photographers. Today we highlight Brook Peterson.
by Guest Author
stocking stuffers

Top Nine Scuba Stocking Stuffers

Here are our picks for the top nine scuba stocking stuffers for the good little diver on your Christmas list.
by Beth McCrea
healthy ocean

Healthy Ocean, Healthy Business

Whether we can attain a healthy ocean is a topic much in the global spotlight. What is the true value healthy oceans and why is it so important we strive to protect them?
by Guest Author
Tawali dive resort

Scuba Diving in Papua New Guinea: Tawali Dive Resort

Milne Bay in Papua New Guinea holds some of the country’s best muck diving, and Tawali Dive Resort has access to it all.
by Rebecca Strauss